The Women’s Center: $30,450 to renovate its shelter kitchen, improving its food service capacity for residents.

Best Buddies – Wisconsin: $20,000 to support chapters at 16 schools in Waukesha County. Best Buddies creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Interfaith Senior Programs: $50,000 to hire a program manager to lead the startup of a transportation program for elders in Waukesha in 2017.

Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts: $15,000 to provide six-week visual residencies to 200 underserved elementary school students from Milwaukee public and charter schools. The funding also will support creation of the Mary L. Nohl Digital Art Gallery, located in the Lynn Chappy Arts Education wing of the center, which will provide an opportunity for student art to be viewed by 45,000 people during the year.

For a complete listing of this quarter’s grants made from our competitive grantmaking process, visit Recent Grants.

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