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BISC Honours its Late Patron Dr. Alfred Bader

September 25, 2019. Read story from the Queen’s Gazette. Read a portion of the article below. The Bader International Study Centre (BISC) hosted a memorial concert for its late patron Dr. Alfred Bader (Sc’45, BA’46, MSc’47, LLD’86) on Sunday Sept. 22, that was attended by Bader family members, including his wife Isabel Bader, his two sons, … Continued


Bader Philanthropies to Redevelop King Drive Building into Cafe and Wellness Center

September 25, 2019. Read story from the BizTimes. Read a portion of the article below. Bader Philanthropies, Inc. plans to redevelop a vacant two-story building located across from its headquarters on Martin Luther King Drive into a cafe and wellness center. The renovated building, located 3338 N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Milwaukee’s Harambee … Continued


Bader Announces Renovation of 1910 Building and Two Tenants

September 25, 2019. Read story from OnMilwaukee. Read a portion of the article below. A couple years ago, Bader Philanthropies, Inc., renovated a beautiful old King Drive building into its new headquarters and now the foundation has announced that it will renovate a former bank across the street into a home for a new restaurant/cafe and … Continued


Bader Philanthropies to add Coffee Shop, Wellness Center near King Drive HQ

September 25, 2019. Read story from the Milwaukee Business Journal. Read a portion of the article below. Bader Philanthropies Inc. will restore a vacant building next to its Milwaukee headquarters to house a coffee shop by the owner of City. Net Jazz Café, along with a Shalem Healing Inc. wellness center. That building will be … Continued


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


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