Media

City takes stance against panhandling with “Keep the Change” initiative
OnMilwaukee.com article, July 31, 2016

San Francisco tries to reduce homelessness by conducting a “Media Blitz”
WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio, June 29, 2016 interview with Donna Rongholt-Migan

Cathedral Center honors charitable work
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 20, 2015

Extending shelter hours during arctic blast
Fox 6 News, January 5, 2015

Amid a cold snap, Milwaukee homeless shelters fill fast
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 20, 2013

United Way donates money to Milwaukee area homeless shelters
Fox 6 News, January 21,2013

United Way Donates $50,000 to open homeless overflow shelters
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 21,2013

Help for homeless in winter weather comes from shelters
Huffington Post, January 24,2013

Shelters urge people to come in from bitter cold
WISN 12, December 6,2013

Art project relieves stress for Milwaukee’s homeless
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 14,2013

It’s standing room only at Milwaukee’s homeless shelters
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 28, 2014
Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 Ripple Effect, August 2014

Jewish volunteers bring Christmas joy to homeless shelter
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, December 18, 2012

R.S.V.P. – Cathedral Center Gala Photos
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 27, 2011

Helping Homeless One Life at a Time
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Oct. 2, 2010

Milwaukee now fourth poorest city in nation
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, September 28, 2010

Focus for Homeless: Homes; 10 Year Plan Follows Housing First Strategy
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Feb. 20, 2010

Community-minded spirit a family endeavor
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Sept. 28, 2009)

Foreclosures Force Ex-Homeowners to Turn to Shelters
New York Times ( Oct. 19, 2009 )

City is 11th Poorest in Nation
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Sept. 28, 2009)

Where Should the Homeless Go?
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Aug. 1, 2009)

I am writing to ask you to fully support homeless shelters in Milwaukee County for the 2018 budget.
Please don’t take a step backward in our efforts to end homelessness - take care of the most vulnerable in Milwaukee!

Proposed funding cuts would cause a severe loss to our shelter system. According to Wendy Weckler, chair of the Shelter and Transitional Living Task Force, we will see fewer beds available, staff layoffs, shorter hours and more people living on the street.

Since 2015 the County has been a critical partner in reducing the number of homeless people in the county. You have helped us decrease the number of homeless persons in Milwaukee County from 1,200 to 900. Thank you!

Continued success towards ending chronic homelessness means continued support of a full continuum of services. Without your support, where would the 5,500 individual adults, youth and children currently served by shelters go each night?

On Monday, December 11th, please vote to fully support homeless shelters in the 2018 budget.

Sincerely,

Concerned Community Member

Press Release

Contact County

Milwaukee County Cuts Homeless Shelter Funding by

$200,000 for 2018

 

cuts will result in fewer beds, shorter hours,

and more people on the street

 

You can help us by clicking HERE to send a letter to the county!

You can read the Press Release to learn more!

 

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