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Nicole Angresano

Nicole Angresano, Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Greater Milwaukee.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: Long Awaited Safety Plan Gets Attacked
Eyes on Milwaukee

Long Awaited Safety Plan Gets Attacked

A blueprint for change or too vague and hard to understand? Council members wrangle.

Milwaukee Public Schools’ students get free books; chance to meet children’s author Sundee Frazier
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Milwaukee Public Schools’ students get free books; chance to meet children’s author Sundee Frazier

My Very Own Library, Scholastic Book Fairs and United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County team-up to support literacy effort at 14 MPS schools

Milwaukee Film Festival Announces Expected Festival Guests
Press Release

Milwaukee Film Festival Announces Expected Festival Guests

Headliners include Academy Award-winner John Ridley, Emmy Award-winner Sam Pollard, The Blind Side actor Quinton Aaron, Silicon Valley actor Martin Starr, and Arrested Development actor Mae Whitman

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

99.99% of participants in Pearls for Teen Girls program don’t become pregnant.

SDC Tax Assistance Program Saved

SDC Tax Assistance Program Saved

United Way grant assures that free tax assistance program can serve thousands.

Federal Funds Decline for Area Non-Profits

Federal Funds Decline for Area Non-Profits

PPF study finds 7 of 9 local community groups suffered at least 10 percent cut.

Teen Pregnancy Campaign Causes Controversy

Teen Pregnancy Campaign Causes Controversy

Critics call ads cruel but the campaign has reduced teen pregnancy by 56 percent.

Last Chance for Old GED

Last Chance for Old GED

United Way funding more instruction so those studying for tests can pass before new standards go into effect.

Metro Milwaukee ranks high for communities of color
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Metro Milwaukee ranks high for communities of color

Findings part of new report that measures well-being of metro area

Mayor Barrett Announces 6.8% Drop in Teen Births
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Mayor Barrett Announces 6.8% Drop in Teen Births

Through outreach and education efforts, city announces progress in meeting 2015 goal.