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When the 'Safer At Home' order closed their doors, a group of engineers with Makerspace Milwaukee knew the injection molding, 3D printers, and other machines in their factory could be used to make Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers.
They wanted to do more to contribute to the pandemic fight than stay at home. With so much need for PPE nationwide, three members of the non-profit organization knew it would be shame to waste the resources and talent now sitting idle.
May 05, 2020
The owners of Rebel Converting, a manufacturer of hospital-grade wipes, knew they could help with the shortage of face masks. They had the raw materials and engineering needed.
But they knew they also had a significant challenge -- they needed hundreds of volunteers and a plan to assemble and distribute the masks.
May 03, 2020
It was the middle of March and Shorewood WI Village Manager, Rebecca Ewald, urgently needed face masks for essential municipal employees. Masks were in high demand and short supply, but Rebecca knew of a group that might be able to help.
April 20, 2020
Local non-profit steps up during the Covid-19 to meet the unique needs of the pandemic -- food assistance, housing, and assistance with life challenges.
November 01, 2020
For Official Request To Be A Coronavirus Testing & Resource Site being a Physician's Assistant is not enough so she cares for inmates in the county jail and runs two restaurants.
December 11, 2020
Take a commercial kitchen, a health conscious chef, and 400 donated eggs and you a typical recipe for Health Eats for Milwaukee Heros. What started as an effort to get healthy food into the hands of frontline nurses at local hospitals has expanded over the past year to include Covid-19 clinic staff in under-served neighborhoods. Kathy Papineau work continues with kids and adult volunteers, teaching healthy cooking to everyone she can reach. "I believe anyone can eat healthy," she says. "And every day I work towards that."
May 05, 2020
When Gov. Tony Evers of Wisconsin first issued the Safer-at-Home order requiring all public and private K-12 schools closed on March 25th, schools and teachers were scrambling to figure out how to teach, and more importantly reach, scores of students quickly.
April 21, 2020
Since the onset of COVID-19 virus, Lane Harper and his Foundation’s have focused on helping flatten the curve of COVID-19 by providing free reusable cloth face masks, assisting with COVID-19 education, and providing nutritional food to help with food insufficiency.
February 04, 2021
Twin sisters Renee Mendonca and Rhea Mendonca of Cleveland OH have delivered more than 1000 sanitizer kits and food cans to homeless people living on the streets.
May 16, 2020
A week before Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order went into effect, the team at Aquinas Academy in Menomonee Falls began making the difficult decisions that every school needed to make quickly.
April 20, 2020