Prevent Blindness of Wisconsin

October 2018 – EBN-Milwaukee and Heck Capital Advisors Milwaukee had the opportunity of volunteering with Prevent Blindness of Wisconsin to save sight through vision screening! Together, we provided vision screenings to 204 students at Bruce Guadalupe Community School. We were happy to help the children in our Milwaukee community have the healthy vision they need to learn, play, and grow.

 

The Guest House – Milwaukee

January 2018 – EBN partnered with Daddy’s Soul Food & Grille to provide and serve dinner for the residents of the Guest House of Milwaukee. The Guest House provides shelter, housing, education and services to Milwaukee’s homeless who seek to transform their lives with dignity and purpose.  To learn more visit: www.guesthouseofmilwaukee.org 

 

Penfield Children’s Center

October 2017 – EBN made ghosts with the children at Penfield Children’s Center.  Penfield Children’s Center helps children with and without disabilities reach their full potential by providing early education, health and wellness services and family programs.  To learn more visit: http://penfieldchildren.org

 

The Guest House – Milwaukee

August 2017 – EBN spent the morning of August 4, learning about and volunteering at the Guest House of Milwaukee. The Guest House of Milwaukee provides shelter, housing, education and services to Milwaukee’s homeless who seek to transform their lives with dignity and purpose. We were able to work in The Cream City Gardens which is an urban garden program of the Guest House. The gardens provide fresh, home-grown produce to the Guest House, our neighbors, and a network of food pantries so that families in need have access to fresh produce.  To learn more visit: www.guesthouseofmilwaukee.org

 

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee

March 2017 – EBN volunteered with the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee cleaning and organizing one of the program’s classrooms for after school activities.  To learn move visit: https://www.bgcmilwaukee.org/

  

Sojourner Family Peace Center

December 2016 – EBN adopted a family from the Sojourner Family Peace Center and gifted them with presents for the holiday.  The Sojourner Family Peace Center is the largest nonprofit provider of domestic violence prevention and intervention services in Wisconsin, serving over 9,500 clients each year. Sojourner provides an array of support aimed at helping families affected by domestic violence achieve safety, justice and well-being.   For more information: http://familypeacecenter.org/

 

Prevent Blindness of Wisconsin

November 2016 -EBN volunteered in the morning with Prevent Blindness helping screen children’s eyes to detect early eyesight issues.  Prevent Blindness Wisconsin which funds quality vision screenings for preschool and school-aged children and provides access to professional eye care for low income families around Wisconsin.   For more information: http://wisconsin.preventblindness.org/

 

Ronald McDonald House

July 2016 – EBN spent the afternoon at the Ronald McDonald House preparing dinner meals for the families who were staying at the house. For more information: http://rmhcmilwaukee.org/

 

Feeding America

December 2015 – EBN partnered with Feeding America to sort and package 10,032 pounds of food.  That equates to 8,360 meals! For more information: http://www.feedingamericawi.org/

 

Sojourner Family Peace Center

December 2014 – EBN adopted a family from the Sojourner Family Peace Center and gifted them with presents for the holiday.

 

Feeding America

December 2014 – EBN partnered with Feeding America to sort and package food.  For more information: http://www.feedingamericawi.org/

 

Easter Seals Walk With Me

June 2014 – EBN rallied 32 walkers in support of Easter Seals’ mission to raise awareness for autism spectrum disorder in our community. To learn more about Easter Seals or how you can help, please visit the Easter Seals website:  http://www.easterseals.com/wi-se/

 

Feeding America

December 2014 – EBN partnered with Feeding America to sort and package food.  For more information: http://www.feedingamericawi.org/