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Fondy Park’s Grand Opening September 16

Fondy Park’s Grand Opening September 16

Public-private venture creates inner city park next to Fondy Market where concerts can be held.

Fear and Racism in America

Fear and Racism in America

Annual Summit on Milwaukee has frank, post-election discussion of race.

10th Annual Henry W. Maier State of Milwaukee Summit Addresses Race Relations
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10th Annual Henry W. Maier State of Milwaukee Summit Addresses Race Relations

Thursday, Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. in the UWM Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts.

Public/Private Consortium to Invest in the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee
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Public/Private Consortium to Invest in the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee

These investments build on increased demand for Y programs, expanded community partnerships and continuous improvements to the Y’s operating model.

Crime Should Be “Number One” Issue

Crime Should Be “Number One” Issue

Panel of experts discusses research on racial inequality and violence in urban areas.

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Wellness Center Starts Serving North Side

Center on 16th and North has first tenant, non-profit serving the disabled.

Zilber Family Foundation Announces Nearly $2.4 Million in Grants to Benefit Neighborhoods
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Zilber Family Foundation Announces Nearly $2.4 Million in Grants to Benefit Neighborhoods

The grants support the work of the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative in Lindsay Heights, Clarke Square, and Layton Boulevard West neighborhoods.

How to Grow a Non-Profit

How to Grow a Non-Profit

In 16 years as head of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Charlotte John-Gomez grew its budget from $70,000 to more than $1 million.

City Plan Will Rescue The Worst Playgrounds

City Plan Will Rescue The Worst Playgrounds

City and foundation money will be spent to upgrade the 12 most deteriorated playgrounds in Milwaukee.

Helping Police Build Neighborhoods

Helping Police Build Neighborhoods

Fatima Benhaddou is the new program manager of police department's federally funded Building Neighborhood Capacity Program.

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Can Wellness Center Revive North Avenue?

Groundbreaking for new center at 16th and North shows impact of Walnut Way's leadership.

Revamped Park Will Upgrade North Side

Revamped Park Will Upgrade North Side

Improvements in Moody Park will improve quality of life in Amani neighborhood.

Grants Support Visible Improvements in Neighborhoods
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Grants Support Visible Improvements in Neighborhoods

The board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation announced two grants that will improve the physical appearance and economic vitality of neighborhoods.

Zilber Family Foundation, Target, City Year Service Day Brings Color, Community to MPS’ Anna F. Doerfler School
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Zilber Family Foundation, Target, City Year Service Day Brings Color, Community to MPS’ Anna F. Doerfler School

Volunteers to Paint Playground, School Hallways for May 30 TARGET: Milwaukee Matters Event

Zilber Family Foundation Awards $100,000 to Neu-Life Community Development to Support Capital Improvements, Remodeling of Lindsay Heights Heights Location
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Zilber Family Foundation Awards $100,000 to Neu-Life Community Development to Support Capital Improvements, Remodeling of Lindsay Heights Heights Location

The board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation has awarded a $100,000 grant to Neu-Life Community Development.

Zilber Family Foundation Awards $25,000 to Ronald Reagan IB High School Music Department
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Zilber Family Foundation Awards $25,000 to Ronald Reagan IB High School Music Department

Community Partnerships, Student Performance Opportunities Instrumental In Program Success

Zilber Family Foundation Awards Fondy Food Center $100,000 to Support Strategic Plan, Neighborhood Access to Fresh Healthy Food
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Zilber Family Foundation Awards Fondy Food Center $100,000 to Support Strategic Plan, Neighborhood Access to Fresh Healthy Food

The board of directors of the Zilber Family Foundation has awarded a two-year, $100,000 grant to Fondy Food Center in efforts to connect the Lindsay Heights neighborhood and Central City Milwaukee to fresh, locally-grown food on a larger scale.

Zilber Family Foundation Announces Three-Year Grant to UNCOM
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Zilber Family Foundation Announces Three-Year Grant to UNCOM

The Zilber Family Foundation announced today that it had awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $600,000 to United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee.

A Neighborhood On the Rise

A Neighborhood On the Rise

Efforts to improve the Layton Boulevard West Neighborhood are bearing fruit.