Responsive Grantmaking

Ozaukee Washington Land Trust: $45,000 to support the second phase of “Great Rivers, Great Lakes” initiative, which includes preserving 1,000 acres for permanent protection, creating greater public awareness and use of the lands and restoring the lands to their natural states.

Advocates of Ozaukee:$30,000 for its transitional living program, which provides case management services and housing assistance to victims of domestic and sexual violence.

Mequon Nature Preserve: $20,000 to help transport two greenhouses from the city of Port Washington to the Mequon Nature Preserve to assist farmers in beginning their growing season earlier.

Family Promise of Ozaukee County: $6,000 to purchase furniture and appliances for its new expanded day center, where families experiencing homelessness are able to work towards self-sufficiency.

Cedarburg Art Museum & Society: $2,500 for an exhibition that explores mixed media art by four female artists.

For a complete listing of this quarter’s grants made from our competitive grantmaking process, visit Recent Grants.

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dunn-web.pngContact Kathryn Dunn to learn more about our grantmaking strategies.