ASSET BUILDERS OF AMERICA INC.
Asset Builders of America Inc., is a 10-year-old, non-profit organization with a mission to design and implement financial education and wealth-building strategies that enhance the quality of life and self determination of low and moderate income youth, families and communities. Asset Builders accomplishes its mission through a number of innovative programs including the well-known Money Conferences, Finance and Investment Challenge Bowl, Millionaire’s Clubs and CLIMB Investment Clubs. To date, Asset Builders of America Inc. has served more than 10,000 individuals, some of whom have bought homes, improved their credit scores and received college scholarships.
NEW HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church is a faith-based organization (non-profit) that has been in the community for more than 62 years. The mission of NHMBC is to provide a variety of programs and services that meet the spiritual, emotional, physical, educational and housing needs of individuals and families living in the Milwaukee Community. NHMBC programs and services include the following: mentoring, tutoring, individual and family counseling, prison ministry, food pantry, temporary housing, and technology and health resource centers, as well as youth soft-skills job training. NHMBC is located in the Gardens Homes African-American community and offers services to all age groups and ethnicities.
UNITED COMMUNITY CENTER (UCC)
United Community Center (UCC) is a non-profit, community-based agency that has provided a wide range of programs and services throughout the past 40 years. It is a multi-cultural agency that reaches out to the emerging ethnic groups in Milwaukee and develops understanding and acceptance of the Hispanic culture in Milwaukee. The mission of UCC is to provide programs to Hispanics and near south side residents of all ages in the areas of education, cultural arts, recreation, community development and health and human services. Annually, UCC serves nearly 15,000 individuals through its various programs. Ninety percent of UCC clients are racial or ethnic minorities, with 85 percent Hispanic and 40 percent low-income.
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