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COVID-19, one year later

Milwaukee’s answer to an unprecedented crisis has been an unwavering commitment to collaboration. Now, one year after the Greater Milwaukee Foundation first convened community partners to marshal resources and expedite relief to those in need, the sustained pandemic response they developed continues to support the region’s recovery while making strides toward changing community systems.
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Collaboration is thriving on King Drive

Progress is accelerating in the ThriveOn Collaboration. From an unprecedented effort led by African American philanthropists to address health equity gaps, to a new name for the collaboration’s physical home, to the first round of community grants focused on youth – the shared vision of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, the Medical College of Wisconsin and Royal Capital Group is taking shape.
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Foundation leadership in the spotlight

The leadership of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and its staff has been the focus of numerous organizational and individual recognitions in the early part of 2021. These external honors demonstrate the talent and commitment the Foundation brings to issues facing the community.
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Foundation adds and recognizes talent

Among the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s most important investments are its people. Over the last several months, Foundation senior leadership has added new talent as well as elevated staff to new or changed positions related to diversity and inclusion, finance and administration, organizational strategy and community impact.
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