Human service organizations the world over work tirelessly to feed, clothe, house, and care for our communities. In Milwaukee, one nonprofit is bring the full resources of the city to bear in order to end generational poverty. Join our conversation with City on a Hill‘s CEO, Art Serna, as he shares their approach of holistic programming, collaboration, diversified funding, and community engagement.
City on a Hill Milwaukee: On a Mission to Break the Cycle of Generational Poverty
A podcast about grants & such.
Check out all our episodes, and don’t miss any new ones, by subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify today!
One of the most frustrating aspects of grant prospect research is the lack of transparency and information provided by private funders. Sure, foundations and corporations are required to file an annual 990, but those are a year or two behind the curve and often provide very little information about their application process. Imagine if every funder had a website! It’s a win-win situation. Applicants can find funders who align with their work, and foundations will receive applications that are better aligned with their work. When the guidelines are clear, it saves time and heartache for us all. Is that really too much to ask?