The Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fund awarded $338,000 to 20 visual arts and arts education programs in the Milwaukee area:
$150,000 was given to the Bradley Family Foundation to support its Individual Artists Fellowship Program and a layered art project to be held at the Lynden Sculpture Garden.
La Casa de Esperanza received $20,000 to support construction of a 14-foot mosaic mural on the entrance facade of La Casa's new charter school.
Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail received $15,000 to create a permanent public art display commemorating the history of the Milwaukee Road, one of the city's largest employers in the early 20th Century.
The Milwaukee Art Museum received $15,000 to help launch a teen leadership program.
Woodland Pattern book Center received $15,000 for an 18-month artists-in-residence program.
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation received $12,000 to support the Jewish Museum Milwaukee's exhibit of Beth Lipman, a Jewish artist based in Wisconsin who has been exhibited internationally and received multiple awards.
The Wisconsin Black Historical Society Museum received $12,000 to restore a mural on the west exterior wall of its building near the intersection of North 26th Street and West Center Street.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation received $10,000 toward putting on a one-day conference for high school students at the University of Wisconsin — Milwaukee called the Youth Social Justice Forum.
RedLine Milwaukee received $10,000 for its 2016-17 programs.
Latino Arts received $10,000 to support its 2016-17 visual arts exhibitions.
The Milwaukee Artist Resource Network received $10,000 to host professional development "MARNsalons."
Riverworks Development Corporation received $10,000 to create three murals on the recently extended Beerline Railway Trail.
True Skool received $10,000 for mural restoration projects and leadership workshops.
Walker's Point Center for the arts received $10,000 for its 2016-17 exhibition season.
Benedict Center received $7,500 to support sessions with local artists Elizabeth Vogt and Muneer Bahaudeen.
Milwaukee Environmental Consortium received $7,500 to offer art-integrated projects at the Milwaukee Water Commons.
COA Youth & Family Centers received $5,000 to create a youth-designed mural at the Goldin Center in the Amani neighborhood.
HeartLove Place received $5,000 for a 10-week summer art program for kids ages 11-13.
SHARP Literacy received $4,000 to partner with Journey House on a mural project.
TCF National bank raised $175,000 to support March of Dimes, a nonprofit focused on preventing premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality. The money was donated by customers and employees at 180 branches in Wisconsin and Illinois.
Foti Chiropractic in Wauwatosa donated $6,000 to Make-A-Wish Wisconsin's 2016 fundraising campaign.