MILWAUKEE — The Packers Give Back program has given a total of $500K in grants to eight Milwaukee County organizations.
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The Packers have distributed eight more grants, in addition to their 16 last month, to Milwaukee County nonprofit organizations.
All of the nonprofits are taking steps to assist the Milwaukee County community during this pandemic. These organizations are doing things like addressing food and hygiene needs, housing assistance, transportation, medication and more.
The Packers Give Back Program has given a total of 24 grants to Milwaukee County organizations, with more expected in the future. Organizations receiving these grants include schools, homeless shelters, and food pantries.
The eight new grants will go to the following organizations:
- Adult Learning Center
- Friedens Community Ministries
- IndependenceFirst, Inc.
- Milwaukee Health Service, Inc.
- Neu-Life Community Development Inc.
- Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin Order Inc.
- Sixteenth Street Community Health Center
- Sojourner Foundation Inc.
Other Milwaukee County organizations helping out during this pandemic can still apply for a grant by clicking here.