Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity relies on grants from private, family and corporate foundations to fulfill our mission here in our city and around the world.
The following is sampling of the foundation grants that we have received since July 1, 2016:
- A grant from the Anon Charitable Trust supports our Neighborhood Revitalization work in the Washington Park neighborhood where we are clustering new construction homes, rehabs and repair projects.
- A grant from the Jerome J. and Dorothy Holz Family Foundation makes possible the complete rehabilitation of a vacant, foreclosed home in the Washington Park neighborhood.
- The Badger Meter Foundation supports our Neighborhood Revitalization strategy. During the 2016-2017 build season, we are building 10 new homes, rehabbing 5 homes, and repairing 10 properties.
- The Green Bay Packers Foundation is helping us make much-needed renovations to the Washington Park Pool Building.
- A grant from the Rexnord Foundation is supporting our Neighborhood Revitalization strategy. Since 2013 and through 2018, we are concentrating our projects in one neighborhood – Washington Park.
- The Schoenleber Foundation is supporting our Rock the Block Program. Rock the Block is a one-day event where we focus on an entire block of homes, partnering with renters, landlords, and existing homeowners to offer minor landscaping and home repairs at little to no cost to the homeowners.
- A grant from the Stackner Family Foundation is helping us build a new construction home with Americans with Disability Act (ADA) features to accommodate a family member with mobility issues.
- The US Bank Foundation is helping us completely rehab a vacant, foreclosed home in the Washington Park neighborhood.
- Grants from Wells Fargo are funding rehabs, repairs and renovations to the Washington Park Pool Building.
For more information about Milwaukee Habitat’s foundation grants, please contact Hannah Harris, Grants Program Manager, at 414-316-5610.