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BUILDING STRONG NEIGHBORHOODS

FULL OF OPPORTUNITY

The Milwaukee Christian Center is a multi-service organization that works to build strong neighborhoods full of opportunity.

WE APPROACH THAT WORK THROUGH FOUR CORE AREAS:

Housing, youth development, older adults, and food security—serving over 7,500 people each year. What began with American Baptist roots providing outreach to immigrants on Milwaukee’s south side in 1921, MCC now serves youth, families, and older adults of all races, ethnicities, religions, and ages throughout the City of Milwaukee.

In the news

- From TMJ4 News – Community Muralist Tia Richardson and MCC Youth Program participant Nashley discussed the community mural being painted on Nutricion y Bienestar as part of MCC’s Community Art Leaders project. The project partnered with local business Nutricion y Bienestar, Muskego Way Forward, and the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative this year to create a
- Each day, student leaders walk the halls of Milwaukee Public Schools with an important responsibility –– resolving conflicts, promoting academic achievement and leading their peers.  If there is one word that would describe our community’s young people, it would be “resilient”. Through the nonstop overturning of their neighborhoods by gun violence, they persevere and, in
- Faced with making tough choices every day, these teens deserve to be recognized for their efforts in making responsible choices and developing safe relationships.  On Friday, June 3rd, the Milwaukee Christian Center’s HEART program hosted a Youth Gala – A Night of Elegance: Loving Myself Enough. More 70 Milwaukee scholars participated and enjoyed dancing, entertainment

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