Annual Reports & Newsletters

Annual Reports


September 2023 Newsletter

Racine, WI – The Alliance on Mental Health is an independent organization that provides mental health advocacy, education, and support to all adversely impacted by mental illness in Racine County at no cost.

August 2023 Newsletter

Grafton, WI – Since 1973 this organization has been helping economically challenged Ozaukee County residents by providing basic everyday necessities and healthy groceries.

July 2023 Newsletter

Milwaukee, WI – For over 100 years Beyond Vision has been offering job skills training to people in the community that are blind or visually impaired.

June 2023 Newsletter

CARMELITE SISTERS OF THE DIVINE HEART OF JESUS OF WI Wauwatosa, WI – After forming in southwestern Wisconsin over 100 years ago, this organization’s goal has been to empower women with intellectual and developmental disabilities …

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May 2023 Newsletter

Milwaukee, WI — The Benedict Center is an organization that is dedicated to assisting woman that are affected by the criminal justice system. Their mission is to provide advocacy and services so that they can live healthier, safer lives for themselves, their children, and the community.

April 2023 Newsletter

Appleton, WI — This organization offers disabled military veterans and other at-risk community populations an exceptional approach to mental health counseling.

March 2023 Newsletter

Ozaukee County, Wis. — The Saukville Community Pantry first opened its doors 11 years ago with the goal to provide nutritious food and prevent food insecurity in their county.

February 2023 Newsletter

Rock County WI, Rock Valley Community Programs agency has been providing essential correctional services since 1971.

January 2023 Newsletter

The Alma Center works to heal, transform, and evolve the. unresolved pain of trauma that fuels the continuation of cycles of violence, abuse, and dysfunction in families and communities.

December 2022 Newsletter

The Medical College of Wisconsin is a non-profit organization that has four primary missions: community engagement, patient care, research, and education.

November 2022 Newsletter

Blue Skies Foundation of De Pere, Wis., is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the needs of Native American families, and to improve the lives of Indigenous people.

October 2022 Newsletter

Because October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it’s encouraging to know that the only statewide coalition led by social advocates and attorneys is the organization End Domestic Abuse WI.

September 2022 Newsletter

IMPACT 211 In Milwaukee and surrounding counties, Impact 211 is an organization that provides a first step for those experiencing a personal crisis. They are a free confidential helpline and online resource directory for social, …

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August 2022 Newsletter

It’s no secret that healthy routines in self-care help with stress management and general happiness. However, many people do not know that August is National Wellness Month.

July 2022 Newsletter

Many will agree that the pandemic outlook in the U.S. has drastically improved. However, the restrictions causing many businesses to close and permanent job losses have led to a worrisome level of evictions.

June 2022 Newsletter

When one reads the word “poverty”, what usually comes to mind is homelessness and lack of food.

May 2022 Newsletter

Did you know Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since 1949?

April 2022 Newsletter

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE OF WI is a unique organization that provides individualized job training for people with special needs.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County is a non-profit agency whose primary focus is building positive relationships between at-risk youth and caring adults.

Humane Animal Welfare Society

The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County is a non-profit, openadmission, and non-euthanizing shelter established in 1965.

Eco-Justice Center

The Eco-Justice Center is a non-profit environmental education center and organic farm founded by Racine Dominican Sisters in 2004.

Ace Boxing Club

Ace Boxing Club is a non-profit organization that has been serving the urban Milwaukee south side members for over 60 years. Its mission is to provide the underserved and at-risk youth with a safe and structured environment.

Wisconsin Veterans Network Inc.

VetsNet bridges a major gap in the veteran’s assistance system; namely, precise guidance through a complex and confusing system to access benefits and services veterans need fast.

Milwaukee Science Education Consortium, Inc.

The Milwaukee Science Education Consortium (MSEC) was established in the year 2000, with a mission to graduate urban high school student and prepare them to study successfully at the college level.

Walnut Way Conservation Corp.

Walnut Way is a resident-led neighborhood organization committed to sustaining an economically diverse community through civic engagement, environmental stewardship, and creating venues for prosperity. They have acted as the catalyst for significant community transformation in the Lindsay Heights neighborhood.