EIG Community Connection

EIG Community Connection

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March 17, 2019 43 min
3-17-19 – Pewaukee Area Arts Council and Lake Country Women’s Club
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3-10-19 – Milwaukee Brewers Community Relations and Milwaukee Brewers Community Foundation
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2-24-19 – The Oasis Project and James Place
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2-17-19 – Redeem & Restore and Exploit No More
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1-27-19 – Hope Center of Waukesha and Food
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2-3-19 – Love Thy Neighbor and Social Development Commission
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2-10-19 – Guitars for Vets and Willy Porter
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1-20-19 – St. Anne’s Center and Pewaukee Dementia Coalition
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1-13-19 – Fondy Food Center and Just One More Ministry
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1-6-2019 - Wisconsin Philanthropic Network and National Christian Foundation
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Milwaukee Rescue Mission and Sojourner Family Peace Center – Aired December 15, 2018
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community -Guests this week include: Sarah Hein | Christmas Clearing Council Peggy Hibbard | Waukesha Headstart Program
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community -Guests this week include: Katie Sanders and Adrian Spencer | Safe & Sound Valerie Vidal | Meta Hous
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community - Guests this week include: Mary Burke | Building Brave Jennifer Dirks | TEMPO - Milwaukee
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community - EIG Director of Community Outreach, Jill Economou, talk with guests about mental health awareness, support and recovery options. Sue McKenzie | Rogers Memorial Hospital Rachel Forman | Grand Avenue Club
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community - EIG Director of Community Outreach, Jill Economou, talk with guests about how to impact social change and how to help Milwaukee families with their housing needs. Deanna Singh | Purposeful Hustle Michael Gosman | ACTS Housing
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community - Guests this week include: Pastor Jerome Smith | The Joseph Project Brian Page | Shepherd's College
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community -Sandy Lybert | Your Choice to Live Linda Lee and James Dean | Generations Against Bullying
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community -Andrea Hug | Make-A-Wish Wisconsin Sarah Bartosz | Gold in September (G9)
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Milwaukee’s Philanthropic Community -Debbie Buchanan | Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative/WOVIN Nicholas Bandoch | Stars and Stripes Honor Flight
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