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A Special Gardening Segment During SPARK! at the Museum of Wisconsin Art

August 18, 2019. Read story from the Washington County Insider. Read a portion of the article below The Museum of Wisconsin Art hosted a special SPARK program this week for adults with memory loss and their care partners as special guest Susan Steinhafel from Roots and Branches put together a decorative garden arrangement.   Steinhafel took the group on a tour … Continued


Bader Philanthropies Reflects on Year in the Harambee Neighborhood

July 19, 2019. Read story from the Milwaukee Courier. Read a portion of the article below. Josephine Key has lived in the Harambee Neighborhood for over 40 years and she’s seen the neighborhood turn from mostly homeowners to renters. According to Key, the neighbors used to actually care about one another. The neighborhood was also diverse with Black … Continued


Marcus Center Continues Arts Connect Summer Camp on July 22-26

July 18, 2019. Read story from Urban Milwaukee. Read a portion of the Marcus Performing Arts Center press release. MILWAUKEE, WI (Thursday, July 18, 2019) –The Marcus Performing Arts Center continues its performing arts outreach program – Arts Connect. The Center is thrilled to announce this program is continuing to grow with its fifth Summer Arts Camp during … Continued


Comprehensive Study to Take Stock of Milwaukee Area Nonprofit Sector

August 12, 2019. Read story from Milwaukee Business News. Read a portion of the Biz Times article. A new effort, backed by Bader Philanthropies and the Northwestern Mutual Foundation, is seeking to conduct a comprehensive study of Milwaukee area nonprofits to better understand how to support them. Project Pivot, a Milwaukee-based capacity-building nonprofit organization, plans to take stock of the … Continued


JCC’s Road to Rainbow Program Expanding

July 1, 2019. Read story from the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle. Read a portion of the article below. Nonprofit to welcome 100 more at-risk kids to free day camp MILWAUKEE — A Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center camping program serving at-risk youth is expanding this summer, partnering with local organizations to welcome 100 more … Continued


Incubator Kitchen Planned for Sherman Park

July 1, 2019. Read story from Urban Milwaukee.  Read a portion of the article below.  A new, shared commercial kitchen in Sherman Park will support aspiring entrepreneurs. Dubbed “UpStart Kitchen,” the commercially-certified kitchen would provide the necessary equipment and support to serve as an incubator for food entrepreneurs. Access to a commercial kitchen is required to be able to … Continued


Free Program June 25 at Museum of Wisconsin Art for Adults with Memory Loss

June 24, 2019. Read story from Washington County Insider. Read a portion of the article below. June 24, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – The Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend has a completely free program for adults with memory loss and their caregivers, SPARK! This week the program will welcome a class of kindergartners! Designed for people … Continued


Workshop Series Focuses on Social Isolation, Loneliness

June 20, 2019. Read story from Superior Telegram.  Read a portion of the article below.  Social isolation and loneliness is on the rise. Two in 5 Americans report that they sometimes or always feel their social relationships are not meaningful, and one in five say they feel lonely or socially isolated, according to the Health Resources and … Continued


Monthly Memory Connections Program to be Offered in Viroqua

August 26, 2019. From the Vernon County Broadcaster. Read a portion of the Vernon County Broadcaster article below. McIntosh Memorial Library of Viroqua will be launching a new Memory Connections program on Sept. 6 at 10:30 a.m. Memory Connections is a free social program for those with memory loss and their caregivers and will be offered on … Continued


Bader Philanthropies Part of the Fabric of Milwaukee’s Harambee Neighborhood

August 19, 2019. Read story from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Read a portion of the Milwaukee Journal article below.  The move was a little more than three miles, from leased space in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward to a renovated $12 million headquarters in Harambee, a neighborhood on the city’s north side. But for Bader Philanthropies, which made the move a little more than a … Continued


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