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Otto Bremer Trust awards 158 grants totaling $11 million

SAINT PAUL, June 2, 2022 — The Otto Bremer Trust has awarded $11,090,773 in grants and program-related investments as part of its most recent grantmaking cycle.

“The grant recipients are making a positive impact in their communities and we are impressed with the good work they do,” said Daniel C. Reardon, co-CEO and trustee, OBT.

The Otto Bremer Trust is a bank holding company and a private charitable trust based in Saint Paul, Minn., that works at the intersection of finance and philanthropy. Created in 1944 by Otto Bremer, it is today one of the nation’s largest philanthropic organizations and is committed to supporting a better quality of life for residents of Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. OBT is the majority owner of Bremer Financial Corporation, a regional financial services company; manages a diversified investment portfolio; and operates Community Benefit Financial Company, a financial resources subsidiary. Since its founding, OBT has invested more than $948 million in people, places, and opportunities in the Upper Midwest.

A complete list of grants and program-related investments by region and state is included below.

Greater North Dakota

Bismarck State College Foundation, Bismarck, ND, $30,000. To increase mental health awareness and interventive efforts and provide mental health support to students.

Community Action Program Region VII, Inc., Bismarck, ND, $100,000. To provide supplemental meals to students on weekends and extended school breaks.

Domestic Violence Crisis Center, Inc., Minot, ND, $100,000. For general operations to provide trauma-informed, evidence-based intervention and prevention services for victims of domestic and sexual violence, and to address the surge in intimate partner violence in north-central North Dakota.

The Consensus Council, Inc., Bismarck, ND, $50,000. For general operations to give voice to marginalized populations, facilitate diverse coalitions actively working for a more equitable society, and repair harm in communities through restorative justice services for youth and families.

North Dakota Women’s Network, Bismarck, ND, $25,000. For general operations to provide education, support, and opportunities to increase civic engagement of women and girls in North Dakota.

Trinity Health Foundation, Minot, ND, $100,000. To fund a new emergency trauma center as part of Trinity Health’s new hospital campus and medical district.

Trinity Hospital, Minot, ND, $2,000,000 (program-related investment). To fund a new emergency trauma center as part of Trinity Health’s new hospital campus and medical district.

Women and Technology dba Center for Technology and Business, Bismarck, ND, $70,000. To support entrepreneurs and develop women business leaders throughout North Dakota.

Red River Valley

Community Violence Intervention Center, Inc., Grand Forks, ND, $185,000. For general operations to provide comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking and to implement violence-prevention services in the Grand Forks region.

Furniture Mission of the Red River Valley, Fargo, ND, $25,000. For general operations to provide free, gently-used furniture to individuals and families in need following a disaster or other significant life change.

Memory Cafe of the Red River Valley, Fargo, ND, $10,000. For general operations to support people living with mild to moderate memory loss and their care partners in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

North Dakota Autism Center, Inc., West Fargo, ND, $47,000. To provide day programming and residential habilitation to support children with autism and individuals with disabilities in the West Fargo, Fargo, and Moorhead areas.

North Dakota State College of Science Foundation, Wahpeton, ND, $100,000. To provide customized job skills training and apprenticeship options for healthcare, manufacturing, and construction career pathways.

North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, $99,722. For general operations to provide quality data, tools, and information to organizations in North Dakota.

Northwest Minnesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, Mentor, MN, $40,000. For general operations to provide case management support to and increase opportunities for low-income households.

Red River Children’s Advocacy Center, Fargo, ND, $75,000. For general operations to provide access to forensic interview, advocacy, mental health and case management services for victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, neglect, and exploitation throughout the Red River Valley.

Sheyenne Valley Community Foundation, Valley City, ND, $25,000. For general operations to boost internal capacity to provide technical assistance and capacity building to greater Valley City area nonprofits.

Northern Minnesota

Churches United in Ministry (CHUM), Duluth, MN, $92,424. For general operations to provide comprehensive services to people who are experiencing homelessness in northeast Minnesota, and for a one-time security upgrade to improve safety.

Cook County Council On Aging, Inc., Grand Marais, MN, $25,000. For general operations to provide meals and programs to Cook County’s elderly and individuals living with disabilities.

Duluth Area Family YMCA, Duluth, MN, $50,000. To deploy True North AmeriCorps members to support youth development programs across northeastern Minnesota.

Duluth Community School Collaborative, Duluth, MN, $30,000. For general operations to coordinate wraparound youth development and health support for Duluth’s low-income students and families.

First Witness Child Advocacy Center, Duluth, MN, $150,000. For general operations to provide forensic interviewing and wraparound services of victims of violence, and for capital support for a new building.

Friends Against Abuse, International Falls, MN, $60,000. For general operations to provide services to victims of crime in International Falls, Minnesota.

Life House, Inc., Duluth, MN, $75,000. For general operations to provide shelter, housing, and wraparound support to youth facing homelessness in northeastern Minnesota.

Men As Peacemakers, Duluth, MN, $55,000. For general operations to promote gender equity, repair harm, and prevent violence against women and children.

Ours to Serve House of Hospitality, Inc., Bemidji, MN, $55,000. For general operations to provide emergency shelter and homeless prevention case management to families and individuals facing housing instability in northwestern Minnesota.

Sawtooth Mountain Clinic, Grand Marais, MN, $40,000. To provide and expand dental care and education to low-income children, young adults, expectant mothers, and seniors.

Two Harbors Area Food Shelf, Two Harbors, MN, $10,000. For general operations to provide food and basic needs to low-income residents in northeast Minnesota.

Central Minnesota

The Brainerd Baxter Youth Center, Brainerd, MN, $30,000. For general operations to support at-risk youth as they gather, grow and develop into engaged community members.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud, Saint Cloud, MN, $150,000. To provide housing and support needs for youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Central Minnesota

Central Minnesota Community Empowerment Organization, Saint Cloud, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide housing, training, and employment support to immigrant communities in central Minnesota.

Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center, Saint Cloud, MN, $55,000. To provide trauma-informed services for survivors of sexual violence in central Minnesota.

Jugaad Leadership Program, Saint Cloud, MN, $15,000. For general operations to support the training and development of leaders of color in the St. Cloud area.

Lakes Area Restorative Justice Project, Brainerd, MN, $30,000. For general operations to provide an alternative to punitive criminal justice system for offenders ages 8-26.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $100,000. To provide housing, financial assistance, and case management to vulnerable families in central Minnesota.

Rivers of Hope, Monticello, MN, $45,000. For general operations to provide advocacy and education services to survivors of domestic, family, and teen-dating violence.

Riverview Church, Pine River, MN, $25,000. To provide personal development and community service opportunities to youth in Pine River.

Sexual Assault Services, Inc., Brainerd, MN, $75,000. For general operations to provide support services for survivors of sexual assault and increase sexual violence prevention education and awareness in Crow Wing County.

Terebinth Refuge, Waite Park, MN, $50,000. To provide emergency shelter, transitional housing, and holistic supportive services to sexually exploited and trafficked women and their small children in Central Minnesota.

Volunteers of America, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $58,000. To provide affordable and supportive housing to promote stability for families experiencing homelessness in Mille Lacs County.

Twin Cities Metropolitan Area

Aliveness Project, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $45,000. For general operations to provide community support and direct services to people living with HIV.

All Square, Minneapolis, MN, $40,000. For general operations to provide support and investment in Minnesotans impacted by mass incarceration?specifically formerly incarcerated fellows and currently incarcerated legal scholars.

Al-Maa’uun, Minneapolis, MN, $35,000. For general operations to provide food programs, employment services, and housing programs.

Appetite for Change, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $50,000. For general operations to strengthen families, create economic prosperity, and encourage healthy living.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities, Saint Paul, MN, $80,000. For general operations to provide mentoring and enrichment for youth to reach their full potential.

Blake School, Hopkins, MN, $25,000. To support LearningWorks, which provides academic and enrichment programming to a diverse group of students and aspiring teachers.

CAPI, USA, Brooklyn Center, MN, $100,000. For general operations to sustain and enhance expanded basic needs, economic empowerment, and resettlement programs for immigrants and refugees living in Hennepin County.

Centro Tyrone Guzman, Minneapolis, MN, $55,000. For general operations and capacity building to provide family-centered, culturally responsive programs and services for Latine immigrant families.

Children’s Home Society of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $75,000. To help youth and children living in foster care achieve stability through adoption and other permanency options.

Clare Housing, Minneapolis, MN, $105,000. For general operations to provide direct supportive services to improve housing stability and health outcomes for extremely low-income people living with HIV.

Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County, Saint Louis Park, MN, $70,000. To provide rapid rehousing services to homeless individuals to secure and stabilize housing.

CROSS Christians Reaching Out In Social Service, Rogers, MN, $60,000. For general operations and capacity building to provide more emergency food and wraparound support to low-income households in western Hennepin County.

Dakota Child and Family Clinic, Burnsville, MN, $95,000. For general operations for primary health care access to low-income and underserved residents of Dakota county and surrounding communities.

Dakota Woodlands, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $35,000. For general operations to provide basic needs and supportive services for homeless women, children, and families in Dakota County.

DinoMights, Minneapolis, MN, $25,000. For general operations to build social, emotional, and academic learning for low-income urban youth.

Family Promise in Anoka County, Anoka, MN, $45,000. For general operations to provide shelter, case management, and support for families experiencing homelessness.

Good in the Hood, Minneapolis, MN, $40,000. For general operations to provide access to food, health and wellness services, volunteer opportunities, and other community and kindness-based programs.

Hearts and Hammers – Twin Cities, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $10,000. For general operations to preserve affordable housing by providing exterior home improvements for low-income senior, disabled or veteran homeowners in the Twin Cities.

Joseph’s Coat, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $10,000. For general operations to provide clothing and other basic needs to low income and homeless individuals in St. Paul.

Juxtaposition Arts, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide workforce development training and jobs for youth to increase access to higher education, creative careers, and leadership opportunities in the community.

Ka Joog Nonprofit Organization, Minneapolis, MN, $55,000. To support East African youth in securing credentials and employment in the health care field.

Listening House of St. Paul, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $50,000. For general operations to expand day shelter services to impact more low-income and homeless adults in the east Twin Cities metro area.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $50,000. To provide therapeutic preschool, intervention support, and home visiting services for children and their families in St. Paul.

Lyndale Neighborhood Association, Minneapolis, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide English and digital literacy instruction to English language learners in south Minneapolis.

Metro Meals on Wheels, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $100,000. For general operations to provide seniors with daily home meal delivery throughout the Twin Cities.

Metropolitan State University Foundation, Saint Paul, MN, $50,000. To provide basic needs, financial assistance, and wraparound support to low-income students pursuing post-secondary education.

Mid-Minnesota Legal Assistance, Minneapolis, MN, $100,000. To assist immigrant youth in attaining essential rights to work, access health care and pursue education through addressing legal issues.

Minnesota African Women’s Association, Brooklyn Center, MN, $25,000. For general operations to provide individualized support and group activities for Pan-African women and girls to achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Minnesota Education Equity Partnership, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $70,000. For general operations to transform systems, structures, and public narratives to advance equity and excellence in education.

Mobile Hope, Corcoran, MN, $10,000. For general operations to provide on-site supportive services for residents of mobile home communities.

Neighborhood House, Saint Paul, MN, $100,000. To assist culturally diverse St. Paul families in meeting their basic needs and gaining life skills to achieve long-term stability.

The Network for Better Futures, Minneapolis, MN, $85,000. For general operations to provide integrated care for men exiting incarceration.

North Country Food Alliance, Minneapolis, MN, $56,250. For general operations to strengthen local food sovereignty by rescuing and redistributing fresh produce and supporting BIPOC farmers, and to support purchasing a refrigerated van.

Open Access Connections, Saint Paul, MN, $35,000. To provide phone resources and empowerment to homeless and low-income Minnesotans.

Opportunity Partners, Inc., Minnetonka, MN, $40,000. To provide life skills training, support, and transportation for people with disabilities to live independently in their own homes.

Organization of Liberians in Minnesota, Brooklyn Park, MN, $25,000. For general operations to provide services to improve food security, employment, and community engagement for Liberian immigrants in the Twin Cities.

Plymouth Christian Youth Center, Minneapolis, MN, $60,000. For general operations to provide at-risk youth with skills and supportive services.

Reading Partners, Oakland, CA, $60,000. To provide one-on-one literacy tutoring to low-income students through distance tutoring programs and family engagement support.

St. Paul Youth Services, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $75,000. For general operations to provide intervention and prevention programs for St. Paul youth.

Sub-Saharan African Youth & Family Services in Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $40,000. For general operations to provide health services for African immigrants and refugees in the Twin Cities.

Tennis & Education, Inc., Saint Paul, MN, $30,000. To provide an opportunity for under-represented youth to be active and develop social and emotional skills through tennis.

Union Gospel Mission Association of St. Paul, Saint Paul, MN, $90,000. To provide wraparound services for people experiencing homelessness to improve their mental health and self-sufficiency.

United Family Practice Health Center dba United Family Medicine, Saint Paul, MN, $100,000. For general operations to provide integrated primary, behavioral, and dental health care services for underserved individuals and families in St. Paul.

Vision Loss Resources, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, $25,000. For general operations to create a community of service, skills, and support for Minnesotans living with vision loss.

West Bank Business Association, Minneapolis, MN, $20,000. For general operations to support the safety of residents and long-term success of small, BIPOC-led businesses in West Bank district of Minneapolis.

Wilderness Inquiry, Saint Paul, MN, $55,000. For general operations to support inclusive outdoor experiences that transform individuals, foster work skills, and build healthy communities.

Young Men’s Christian Association of the North, Minneapolis, MN, $65,000. To provide on-site programs for youth and families in affordable housing communities in the Twin Cities metro to increase academic success, access to enrichment opportunities, and enhance well-being.

Youthprise, Minneapolis, MN, $80,000. For general operations and capacity building to strengthen nonprofits serving Minnesota’s indigenous, low-income, and racially diverse youth.

YWCA of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN, $65,000. To provide Minneapolis youth in grades k-12 with out-of-school programming that nurtures their confidence, relationships, and power to be leaders in their lives and communities.

Southern Minnesota

Ability Building Center, Inc., Rochester, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide employment support and services for individuals with disabilities in southeast Minnesota.

Boys & Girls Club of Rochester, Rochester, MN, $100,000. For general operations to provide academic and youth development programs in Rochester, Minnesota.

Community Action Center of Northfield, Northfield, MN, $55,203. To provide and expand food support for people in Northfield and Faribault.

Hiawatha Homes Foundation, Rochester, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide quality support services for individuals with disabilities at home and in the community.

House of Hope, Inc., Mankato, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide comprehensive treatment services and resources for adults experiencing chemical dependency and mental health challenges in southern Minnesota.

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $45,000. To launch a production kitchen and provide robust nutritious meals for children in southeast Minnesota.

Mayo Clinic Health System – Mankato, Mankato, MN, $65,000. To improve access to care and health outcomes for underserved populations in Mankato and surrounding communities.

New Horizons Crisis Center, Marshall, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide support and advocacy for people and families impacted by sexual assault and general crime in southwest Minnesota.

Project Legacy, Rochester, MN, $25,000. For general operations to provide support and remove barriers for young adults to succeed in their post-secondary educational plans.

Ruth’s House of Hope, Inc., Faribault, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide safe shelter, food, basic needs, and supportive services to women and children experiencing homelessness and domestic violence.

Southern Minnesota Crisis Nursery, New Ulm, MN, $40,000. For general operations to provide emergency shelter services for children and emergency support for their families.

Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership, Slayton, MN, $90,000. For general operations to partner with communities to develop and maintain affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families in southwest Minnesota.

Steele County Transitional Housing, Inc., Owatonna, MN, $50,000. For general operations to provide housing and case management for homeless adults and families in Steele County.

United Way of Freeborn County, Inc, Albert Lea, MN, $50,000. For general operations to support programming and launch a new accessible food shelf in Freeborn County.

United Way of Olmsted County, Inc., Rochester, MN, $85,000. For general operations to provide resources to improve the quality of life in Olmsted County and to develop new capabilities for increased donor giving.

Minnesota Statewide

American National Red Cross, Minneapolis, MN, $125,000. For disaster-recovery efforts in Minnesota and to provide support for members of the armed forces.

FamilyWise Services, Minneapolis, MN, $95,000. For general operations to strengthen children and families and improve family economic stability.

Literacy Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN, $200,000. For general operations to strengthen literacy organizations and provide programs that build literacy and digital literacy skills for children, adults, and families in Minnesota.

Muscular Dystrophy Association, Chicago, IL, $25,000. To provide financial support for children ages 8-17 with neuromuscular disease to attend summer camp in Minnesota.

OutFront Minnesota Community Services, Minneapolis, MN, $60,000. For general operations to provide leadership opportunities, civic engagement, and direct and legal support to LGBTQ+ Minnesotans, including victims of violence.

Western Montana

Community Food and Agriculture Coalition, Missoula, MT, $65,000. For general operations to increase statewide food access through direct farm-to-individuals systems, and to support beginning farmers and ranchers.

Farm Hands – Nourish the Flathead, Whitefish, MT, $20,000. For general operations to increase access to local food and garden educational opportunities for low-income families, youth, and seniors in western Montana.

Florence Crittenton Home & Services, Helena, MT, $25,000. For general operations to provide residential treatment, transitional living, early home visiting, parent education, child care, case management, and permanent supportive housing for women and children.

Friendship Center of Helena, Inc., Helena, MT, $50,000. For general operations to provide services to those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking and to empower relationships free from violence in the community.

Missoula Community Foundation, Missoula, MT, $65,000. To increase organizational capacity to further enhance community vitality by inspiring community giving and strengthening nonprofits.

Missoula Food Bank and Community Center, Inc., Missoula, MT, $50,000. For general operations to provide direct nutrition assistance and address food insecurity in the Missoula area.

Missoula Interfaith Collaborative, Missoula, MT, $35,000. For general operations to address housing and employment through direct service and collaboration with partners.

Montana Child Care Resource & Referral Network, Lolo, MT, $20,000. For general operations to support child care businesses and improve families? access to high-quality child care.

Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs, Calabasas, CA, $30,000. To provide basic needs and resettlement support to refugees and immigrants in Missoula, Montana.

St. Peter’s Health Foundation, Helena, MT, $80,000. To improve behavioral health systems across the continuum of care within the greater Helena community.

Tamarack Grief Resource Center (TGRC), Missoula, MT, $65,000. For general operations to provide therapeutic grief support, education, and counseling for youth and adults across Montana.

Central Montana

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Big Sky Country, Bozeman, MT, $70,000. For general operations and increase staff capacity to create and provide one-on-one mentoring to youth in southwest Montana.

Bridgercare, Bozeman, MT, $50,000. For general operations to provide reproductive and sexual healthcare programs, services, and education to people in south central Montana.

Haven, Bozeman, MT, $50,000. For general operations to to provide crisis intervention services and comprehensive support to survivors of domestic violence.

Montana State University Alumni Foundation, Bozeman, MT, $65,000. To provide and expand multidisciplinary health and dental screening, preventive care, specialty referral, education, and case management for American Indian children living on Montana Reservations.

Montana Wilderness School, Bozeman, MT, $25,000. To provide youth enrichment and empowerment through wilderness experiences for under-represented and under-resourced Montana youth.

Rural Behavioral Health Institute, Livingston, MT, $35,000. For general operations to prevent suicide among Montana adolescents.

World Language Initiative – MT, Bozeman, MT, $28,000. For the BELLA program to provide essential English language and literacy support to Bozeman Area Spanish speaking youth and adults.

Eastern Montana

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Montana, Sidney, MT, $60,000. For general operations to provide youth development programming in Richland County.

Makoshika Wellness, Glendive, MT, $10,000. For general operations to provide holistic health programming to individuals and families in rural Glendive, Montana.

Northern Plains Resource Council, Billings, MT, $30,000. To build economic resilience, improve soil health, and foster partnerships through regenerative agriculture in Montana.

Young Women’s Christian Association of Billings, Billings, MT, $250,000. For the new shelter capital campaign and general operations to provide support services to women and children experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

Montana Statewide

Leadership Montana, Helena, MT, $75,000. For leadership programming to develop and improve the state’s economic wellbeing in Montana.

Montana Budget and Policy Center, Helena, MT, $40,000. To expand and improve the health and well-being of children in Montana and North Dakota through the collection, analysis, and distribution of quality data and information.

Montana Food Bank Network, Missoula, MT, $100,000. For general operations to support the acquisition and distribution of food for Montana’s network of community programs addressing immediate food insecurity.

Northwest Wisconsin

Assistance & Resource Center, Inc., River Falls, WI, $10,000. For general operations to provide short-term financial assistance to residents in western Wisconsin to meet their basic needs.

Burnett County Family Resource Center, Inc., Siren, WI, $35,000. For general operations to provide early childhood programs to families.

Children’s Service Society of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI, $35,000. To support a home visiting program serving at-risk families in the Eau Claire area.

Community Referral Agency, Inc., Milltown, WI, $45,000. For general operations to provide emergency shelter and advocacy services for individuals experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault.

Hunger Prevention Council of Pierce County, Inc., Ellsworth, WI, $10,000. For general operations to reduce hunger and provide access to healthy foods.

Moms and Dads Against Meth, Inc., Saint Croix Falls, WI, $25,000. For general operations to provide a safe, sober residence for women in recovery from alcohol or other drug dependency.

Northwoods Women Inc, Ashland, WI, $60,000. For general operations to provide emergency shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families.

Northeast Wisconsin

Friends of the Brandon Public Library, Brandon, WI, $125,000. To expand the Brandon library for additional programming space.

Hope Clinic and Care Center Inc., Menasha, WI, $100,000. For general operations to support the free clinic to provide healthcare to households of low income.

St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter, Green Bay, WI, $50,000. For general operations to provide programming and support services to individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Thompson Center On Lourdes, Inc. (TCoL), Appleton, WI, $20,000. For general operations to provide enrichment activities and programming for older adults in the Fox Valley area.

Young Men’s Christian Association of the Fox Cities, Inc., Appleton, WI, $50,000. For programming to support individuals living with or survivors of cancer to improve functional capacity and increase their quality of life.

Southwest Wisconsin

ABC for Health, Inc., Madison, WI, $75,000. For general operations and program expansion to provide health benefits counseling, legal services, and training to help families in Wisconsin obtain and maintain healthcare coverage.

Access Community Health Centers, Madison, WI, $50,000. For general operations to expand and provide care to uninsured patients in the greater Madison area.

Affordable Dental Care, Inc., Madison, WI, $74,174. For general operations and equipment to provide expanded dental care access to individuals in the greater Dane County area.

La Crosse Area Family YMCA, La Crosse, WI, $85,000. For general operations to support health and wellness programming in the La Crosse area.

St. Clare Health Mission of Monroe County, Sparta, WI, $10,000. For general operations to provide free medical services to uninsured, low-income adults living in Monroe County, Wisconsin.

WAFER, Inc., La Crosse, WI, $125,000. To support a capital campaign to facilitate the collection and distribution of food while providing dignified patron shopping experiences.

Wisconsin Institute for Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia, Madison, WI, $30,000. For general operations to increase literacy skills for individuals with dyslexia.

Southeast Wisconsin

Center for Leadership of Afrikan Women’s Wellness, Inc., Milwaukee, WI, $5,000. For general operations to provide trauma healing support groups to Black women in Milwaukee.

Greater Milwaukee Committee for Community Development, Milwaukee, WI, $40,000. To lead strategic collaborations that attract, develop, and retain young professionals in Greater Milwaukee.

HEAR Wisconsin, Inc., West Allis, WI, $75,000. For general operations and capital campaign to provide and increase access to hearing healthcare in Wisconsin.

Vision Forward Association, Inc., Milwaukee, WI, $50,000. For general operations to provide support for individuals with vision loss and their families to navigate in a sighted world.

Vivent Health, Milwaukee, WI, $30,000. To provide comprehensive medical and social services to individuals in Wisconsin living with or at risk of acquiring HIV.

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