Community Partners

City Of Milwaukee Healthy Neighborhood Initiative

Milw-Healthy-Neighborhood-InitiativeWorking with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, NIDC is promoting the Healthy Neighborhoods initiative. The approach focuses on a neighborhood’s positive attributes and works to engage neighbors and homeowners to invest in their neighborhoods and position them as good places to live.

Zilber Neighborhood Initiative

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In  2008, the Zilber Family Foundation announced a $50 million commitment to  improve the quality of life in Milwaukee neighborhoods, starting with Lindsay  Heights and Clarke Square.  It formed a partnership—called the Zilber  Neighborhood Initiative—with Walnut  Way Conservation Corp.  in Lindsay Heights. Since then residents, educators, business owners, and nonprofit leaders have come together  to envision the future of their neighborhoods. The Foundation supports this  work with multi-year grants for staff, operating expenses, organizing and  planning, as well as funding for organizational development, technical  assistance, and “early action” projects.

Alice’s Garden

s_Garden_Logo_horizontalAlice’s Garden is a two-acre, urban, community garden in Milwaukee, WI, nurturing families and organizations to restore cultural/family traditions connected to land & food.

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