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Philanthropic coalition coordinating resources to community for COVID-19 response

To help alleviate the profound impact the coronavirus outbreak is having on Milwaukee and beyond, philanthropic partners – including the Greater Milwaukee Foundation – have formed a coordinated approach to identifying greatest needs and quickly activating funding support and volunteer resources for maximum community impact.
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America’s Black Holocaust Museum rising through art, $1.12M investment

ABHM received a signature work of art and more than $1 million in funding through the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and its donors, helping celebrate the revival and ensure the sustainability of the culturally essential museum.
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Research informs GMF investment in early childhood care and education

A report commissioned by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation found half of all Milwaukee children lack access to the early childhood care and education needed to support their future success. The findings revealed several key barriers as well as opportunities for community-focused strategies to be implemented.
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Foundation CFO named to prestigious Career Pathways program

Kenneth Robertson is among 24 diverse philanthropic leaders nationwide chosen for the Council on Foundation’s 2020 Career Pathways cohort, its flagship leadership development program.
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