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Dan Bader

Daniel J. Bader, president and CEO of Bader Philanthropies.

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Christian Family Solutions Expands Mental Health Counseling Services to Inner-City Milwaukee Students with $100,000 Grant from Bader Philanthropies
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Christian Family Solutions Expands Mental Health Counseling Services to Inner-City Milwaukee Students with $100,000 Grant from Bader Philanthropies

CFS’ outpatient counseling and day treatment programs provide trauma-informed and culturally sensitive therapies to Milwaukee children at little to no cost to students and schools.

2-1-1 Operators Handle COVID-19 Crisis Calls

2-1-1 Operators Handle COVID-19 Crisis Calls

IMPACT, the nonprofit that administers 211 phone line, saw daily calls triple after pandemic arose.

Mayor Tom Barrett’s 2020 State of the City Speech
Press Release

Mayor Tom Barrett’s 2020 State of the City Speech

Potawatomi Hotel Casino, February 10, 2020 As Prepared for Delivery

Plats and Parcels: Meet HQ501
Plats and Parcels

Meet HQ501

Scott Lurie, in partnership with RINKA, unveils renderings for redeveloped Assurant building.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bader Funds 40 New Homes in Harambee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bader Funds 40 New Homes in Harambee

$1 million gift funds new Habitat for Humanity revitalization project.

Plats and Parcels: A 50-Story Lakefront Tower?
Plats and Parcels

A 50-Story Lakefront Tower?

Colliers dreams up 50-story tower to show what's possible for Clybourn St. site.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bader Redeveloping Second Harambee Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bader Redeveloping Second Harambee Building

Cafe and wellness center will join Bader at north end of King Drive.

A Giant Step for Bader Philanthropies

A Giant Step for Bader Philanthropies

Politicians, residents celebrate Bader foundation's move to near North Side.

Milwaukee Art Museum Shows Monumental Works by Chicago Native Rashid Johnson this Summer
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Milwaukee Art Museum Shows Monumental Works by Chicago Native Rashid Johnson this Summer

Rashid Johnson: Hail We Now Sing Joy explores themes of escape and identity through new works and unique materials.

Residents Welcome Bader Headquarters

Residents Welcome Bader Headquarters

Harambee residents hail Bader foundation groundbreaking on N. MLK Dr.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bader Breaks Ground on New Central City HQ
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bader Breaks Ground on New Central City HQ

One of Milwaukee's largest foundations is moving to neighborhood it hopes to improve.

Black Firm To Build Bader Headquarters

Black Firm To Build Bader Headquarters

Black-owned construction firm creating new Bader foundation building on MLK Dr.

Bader Philanthropies hires general contractor for global headquarters
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Bader Philanthropies hires general contractor for global headquarters

Bader Philanthropies hires one of Milwaukee fastest-growing, minority-owned companies as general contractor for global headquarters.

City “Can’t Police” Away Its Violence

City “Can’t Police” Away Its Violence

Local leaders call for comprehensive solution to gun violence in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces $100,000 Grant From Bader Philanthropies to Support Housing First initiative

Contribution to Michael Murphy of $250

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces $100,000 Grant From Bader Philanthropies to Support Housing First initiative

Contribution to Robert Donovan of $250

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces $100,000 Grant From Bader Philanthropies to Support Housing First initiative

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $3,000

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces $100,000 Grant From Bader Philanthropies to Support Housing First initiative
Press Release

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces $100,000 Grant From Bader Philanthropies to Support Housing First initiative

Foundation supports County-wide collaborative to end chronic homelessness

Barrett Seeks Business Supporters for Residency Requirement

Barrett Seeks Business Supporters for Residency Requirement

Mayor addresses 300 business execs, says ending residency requirement could depress city property values.