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Milwaukee County CAMPAC
City of Milwaukee Arts Board and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment
for the Arts
Greater Milwaukee Foundation:
Donald and Barbara
Abert Fund; Gerda A. Debelak Fund
Helen Bader Foundation
MPS Partnership for the Arts and Humanities
Medical College of Wisconsin Violence Prevention Initiative
Charles E. Kubly Foundation
Brewers Community Fund
Greater Milwaukee Realtors Youth Foundation
Grand Slam Charity Jam/ Hometown Heroes,Inc.
Milwaukee Public Theatre recently elected new officers to the Board of Directors:
President: Jeremy Borouchoff, Business Development Manager, The Redmond Company
Vice President: Willie Johnson Jr., Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
Secretary: James Madlom, Partner, Mueller Communications
Treasurer: Matthew Cody, CPA, Ritz Holman LLP
Thank you for your commitment to Access, Diversity, Imagination!
Recent Grants Received
Milwaukee Public Theatre received a $20,000 grant from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Gerda A. Debelak Fund to support MPT’s Food for Thought project: a multi-faceted arts-based program designed to engage youth and families in activities that increase awareness and understanding of healthy eating, regular physical fitness and available local assets. The project includes the creation and tour of an original theatrework “Out to Lunch – the Fresh Food Variety Show”, and the workshops and arts residencies accompanying performances at seven community locations this summer.
MPT also was awarded a $20,000 grant from the Helen Bader Foundation to support its "Youth Arts in the City" programming, including touring outreach of original theatreworks like "Pieces: In My Own Voice” – about mental health for teens; a new show about violence prevention in partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs; StoryBridge, an intergenerational literacy program; and celebrational community arts workshops, events and other year-round arts residencies.
Thanks to your generous donations, MPT's healing arts programming will continue to support positive change in our community.
Or print out and mail a donation form if you prefer.
OUR SUMMER 2013 SCHEDULE IS IN THE WORKS. Check back for info on free-to-the-public events! 414-347-1685
Arts Residencies by MPT teacher-artists at various after-school programs.