Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity relies on grants from private, family and corporate foundations to fulfill our mission.
The following is sampling of current grants:
Bader Philanthropies supports neighborhood revitalization in the Harambee neighborhood through their 4-year, $1 million commitment – the largest foundation grant in our history.
Forest County Potawatomi Foundation, Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Otto Bremer Trust, and the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation fund new home construction in Harambee and critical home repairs throughout Milwaukee’s northwest side.
Northwestern Mutual Foundation and the Joseph & Vera Zilber Family Foundation help us provide
critical repairs to homes in the Amani, Metcalfe Park and Lindsay Heights neighborhoods.
We are grateful for grants of $15,000+ from Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust, Schoenleber Foundation, U.S. Bank Foundation, and the We Energies Foundation.
We are grateful for grants of $5,000+ from Alvin & Marion Birnschein Foundation, Old National Bank Foundation, Charles D. Jacobus Family Foundation, Great Midwest Bank, Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation and the PNC Foundation.
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For more information about Milwaukee Habitat's foundation grants, please contact Yetunde Bronson, Grants Writer, at 414-316-5610.