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Grants awarded since 1992

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Value: $281,100,675
Grants: 6788

100 Black Men of Milwaukee Inc.

Community Initiatives

AWARDED
$65,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1995

This grant will help 100 Black Men work to improve the support available to Milwaukee’s young men of color.


Community Initiatives

AWARDED
$5,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1997

This grant will help 100 Black Men develop a fund development plan to continue its mentorship programs.


1290 Scholarship Fund, Inc.

Community Initiatives

AWARDED
$5,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1996

This grant will help The 1290 Scholarship Fund provide Milwaukee-area high school seniors with a one time scholarship that will assist them in achieving their educational goals.


206 Club, Inc.

Directed Grants

AWARDED
$3,000
Location
Menasha, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2005

This grant will help the agency make capital improvements to its 12-step club for those recovering from substance abuse.


Directed Grants

AWARDED
$2,000
Location
Menasha, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2005

This grant will help the 206 Club purchase accounting software to aid the organization in proper maintenance of its books, which will ultimately build the club’s capacity to serve adults recovering from substance abuse.


30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation, Inc. - The Corridor

Economic Development

AWARDED
$25,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2003

This grant will help 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation Inc. participate in a citywide industrial property inventory, starting with its target area in low-income neighborhoods of the near north side.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$20,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2008

This grant will help the 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation research and launch a new branding effort to spur business development in its disinvested section of Milwaukee’s central city.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$12,500
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2005

This grant will help the 30th Street ICC develop a website inventory of the Corridor’s industrial property so entrepreneurs, real estate brokers, and established businesses can identify available properties in this distressed section of Milwaukee.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$10,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1997

This grant will help 30th Street ICC evaluate its program management and institutional development.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$5,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2010

This Grant supports the Grantee’s strategic planning for a business development strategy for its long-disinvested section of Milwaukee’s north side.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$1,600
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2000

This grant will help 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation Inc. with staff training in community development and financing issues.


3500 West National Avenue, LLC

Program Related Investment

AWARDED
$150,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2006

This investment will allow 3500 West National Avenue LLC to reduce its current interest rate on its loan from Lincoln State Bank, which helped it acquire and rehabilitate a dilapidated building on 35th Street and National Avenue.


4C Community Coordinated Child Care, Inc.

Other - Families and Children in Milwaukee

AWARDED
$50,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
24
Year
1992

This grant will help 4C Community Coordinated Child Care improve the quality of family child care by training and accrediting family child care providers and by creating a professional family child care association.


Education

AWARDED
$50,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
24
Year
1997

This grant will help 4C expand its Early Childhood Education and Care Capacity Building project.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$79,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1997

This grant will help 4C create a revolving loan fund targeted to help central city home-based child care providers upgrade to full licensure.


9 to 5 National Association of Working Women, Inc.

Community Partnerships for Youth

AWARDED
$5,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2012

This Grant supports the Grantee’s guide to free and low-cost health care services for struggling Milwaukee-area families that lack adequate health insurance coverage.


Community Initiatives

AWARDED
$5,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
2011

This Grant supports the Grantee’s distribution of its guide to local free and low-cost health care options for households with limited or no health care insurance.


Other - Families and Children in Milwaukee

AWARDED
$50,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1993

This grant will help 9 to 5 work with the Black Health Coalition and Hispanic Health Coalition to increase access to and delivery of existing health care programs that focus on prevention and early intervention.


Other - Families and Children in Milwaukee

AWARDED
$40,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
12
Year
1994

This grant will help 9 to 5 improve the health of low-income pregnant women and young children by increasing access to programs that focus on prevention and early intervention.


Economic Development

AWARDED
$10,000
Location
Milwaukee, 
WI
Term
11
Year
2007

This grant will help 9 to 5 provide a series of workshops that provide low-wage working women, and women transitioning through the W-2 system, with information on workplace rules as well as gender-specific ‘survival’ skills.