Nonprofit calendar of events

  • Tuesday, Sept. 20 The American Marketing Association will host its monthly luncheon event at the Italian Conference Center, 631 E. Chicago St. from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    Chellee Siewert, vice president of marketing for the Milwaukee Wave will present on the 2010 Milwaukee Wave’s charitable jersey program. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about partnering with charities to grow their business and come away with strategies for how to apply the Milwaukee Wave’s success to their own company. Cost to attend is $45 for nonmembers or $35 for members. To register, click here.
  • Friday, Sept. 23 Supporters of United Way in Waukesha County will participate in a dance mob during Freeman Friday Night Live at 6:30 p.m. The dance mob, held at the Generations stage, will feature a large group of supporters demonstrating their moves to a choreographed dance number while displaying United Way’s signature LIVE UNITED t-shirts. Many organizations have already kicked off their 2011 United Way campaign, and the dance mob will serve as the campaign kickoff for the community. In addition to the fun dance number, mob participants will also create awareness of the issues United Way is addressing in the local community by showcasing posterboard signs which list out the various issues. Also present will be signs encouraging community members to “give,” “advocate,” and “volunteer” as a means to demonstrate their commitment to LIVE UNITED in Waukesha County.
    The public is invited to join the growing list of dance mob participants. Those interested in participating are encouraged to visit United Way in Waukesha County’s website, YouTube page or Facebook page to access the how-to video, which features a local volunteer walking through the choreography. A dress rehearsal is scheduled for Tuesday, September 20 at the Frame Park pavilion from 5 to 6 p.m. To RSVP for the dance mob and schedule a LIVE UNITED t-shirt pick up, contact Chrissy Olson at United Way in Waukesha County at (262) 547-8459 ext. 112 or Chrissy@UnitedWayWaukesha.org.
  • Saturday, Sept. 24 The inaugural WAUK With WINC walk/run event will bring about awareness and support for the University Wisconsin-Waukesha Field Station and the Wildlife in Need Center as they work together to connect people, nature and wildlife in southeastern Wisconsin. Runners and walkers will enjoy the (paved) rustic Glacial Drumlin State Trail. The route will take participants west along the Trail and will finish at the UW-W Field Station – site of the new Wildlife In Need Center –  just short of Waterville Road. Runners will begin the route at 9:30 a.m. with “Waukers” to proceed shortly after the runners have left the starting line. A free shuttle bus back to Saxe’s parking lot will run every 20-30 minutes until 1 p.m. Participants have the option of returning on foot back along the trail or taking the shuttle. Register online or download the form and mail it in. Prizes will be awarded to the team and individual with the highest amount of sponsors and to the team with the most number of participants.   
  • Monday, Sept. 26 The Milwaukee Bucks are partnering once again with the Wisconsin Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, for the 20th annual Milwaukee Bucks Golf Tournament to benefit CFF, at Ozaukee Country Club.  This event provides a unique opportunity for participants to join Milwaukee Bucks players, alumni, staff and coaches for an 18-hole scramble, which includes on-course contests, raffles and food.  Post-golf evening festivities feature a dinner reception including Q&A session with Bucks General Manager John Hammond. Exclusive raffles and auctions throughout the day and evening will include sports memorabilia, trips and other items. In celebration of 20 years of support, the CF Foundation is honoring the Milwaukee Bucks with the Outstanding Corporate Partner Award in 2011. Since its inception, the Milwaukee Buck’s Golf Tournament has raised more than $1 million for CFF. The cost to attend is $2,500 per foursome and includes everything.  Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by a noon shotgun start.  Visit the event webpage at: http://wisconsin.cff.org/MilwaukeeBucksGolf
  • Thursday, Sept. 29 St. Catherine Residence will host it’s third annual Community Breakfast Fundraiser at the Italian Conference Center, 631 E. Chicago St from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Several residents will share their personal stories and Diane Kane, A Laughter Leader in Wisconsin will be featured to help us learn the benefits of laughter in our every day lives. SCR provides affordable, safe and supportive housing and services. Funds raised help to subsidize rents and services for the low-income women living at SCR. Please RSVP to Susan Reske, 414-272-8470, x 212, or susan@stcatherineresidence.org
  • Friday, Sept. 30 The Tenth Annual Brew Madness, Prost to a Cure will be held at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The event will include samplings from more than 20 breweries and 12 area restaurants. Ticket prices begin at $40 per person and include souvenir tasting glass, and unlimited tastings of both beer and food. For more information and to purchase your tickets online, visit the Brew Madness, Prost To A Cure! website at http://wisconsin.cff.org/brew
  • Wednesday, Oct. 5 The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, together with a number of local retail partners are “A Perfect Fit” for the 2011 Style Show from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Designed to highlight how the arts integrate into the important facets of a women’s life, “A Perfect Fit” will include performances from Wilson Center partners, The Florentine Opera and Danceworks, as well as clothing and accessories from retail partners including Faye’s, Next Door, Molloy’s, Picardy Shoe Parlour, Squire,
    and Lakritz Furs. The traditional luncheon event will be catered by North Star American Bistro and features a runway show, live and silent auction, jewelry dig from Faye’s, and a designer bag raffle. Proceeds raised from A Perfect Fit: The 2011 Style Show benefit arts and education programming at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts. Tickets are $75 and $125 per person; table of ten are available for $750 or $1,250. To reserve a seat, become a table captain or sponsor, call (262) 373-5032 or visit www.wilson-center.com.
  • Saturday, Oct 8 Milwaukee Empty Bowls 13th Annual Event will be held at the MATC-Oak Creek Campus, 6665 S. Howell Ave. from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event brings together the community to enjoy the work of area artists, restaurants and entertainers at a fundraising event for Milwaukee area food programs.  The organization hopes to build on its record event in 2010, where 1800 people were served and $45,097.25 raised for local food programs. Guests have their choice from a collection of over 2,000 ceramic bowls handcrafted and donated by local artists, teachers and students. Soups prepared by more than 50 local chefs are served with bread and other refreshments. Some of the area’s top musicians entertain guests throughout the day. With the involvement and support of MATC, other businesses, and more than 300 volunteers, proceeds from this year’s event will go to: The Cathedral Center; Central City Churches Outreach Ministry; Friedens Community Ministries, Inc.; The Gathering of Southeast WI, Inc; Hope House of Milwaukee, Inc.; Repairers of the Breach; and St. Vincent de Paul Society of Milwaukee Community Meal & Services Empty Bowls requests a minimum donation of $20 per bowl ($10 for bowls made by children). There is a limit of four bowls per person. The bowls the guests take home serve as a reminder that there are always empty bowls in our community. Over the event’s 12-year history, more than 22,000 bowls have been taken home.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 19 Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin will host its third annual Thought Leaders Luncheon at Potawatomi Bingo Casino from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Leslie Crutchfield, co-author of the book Forces for Good: The Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits and leading authority on effective philanthropy, social entrepreneurship and nonprofit leadership and management will be the keynote speaker. Cost to attend is $50 for individuals or $1000 for a corporate sponsorship. For more information or to register, please visit www.eastersealswise.com or contact Chris Cornolo at 414-449-4444 x254.

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