We’re proud to share that we are providing grants to 20 Ministry Partners in 2023 — our largest group in years! As families struggle to make ends meet, we are called more than ever to serve our neighbors in need. We are honored to walk with these hope-filled ministries across Southeast Wisconsin, as they meet the physical and spiritual needs of our community.

Please join us, especially, in welcoming our five new Ministry Partners:

Three volunteers in face masks gather in a large room, sorting food donations into boxes.

Ascension, Milwaukee

Ascension’s food ministry helps meet the basic nutritional needs of residents in the surrounding community, a service which very few other organizations in the immediate area are currently providing.

Two people hoist a table into a white moving van with the "Hope Center" logo on the side.

Hope Center, Waukesha

For 44 years, Hope Center has strived to minimize the poverty related risk factors that contribute to homelessness by providing, at no cost to Waukesha County residents, food, clothing, and simple living items.

Two smiling people hold bottles of laundry detergent stand next to each other -- the taller person leans against a washing machine and puts their arm around the other's shoulder.

Hospitality Center, Racine

The Hospitality Center provides basic needs: breakfast and lunch, a monthly laundry program, daily morning prayer, support groups, and more.

A worship space with an alter, cross, and various decorations.

Lutheran Church of the Great Spirit, Milwaukee

Lutheran Church of the Great Spirit is a congregaton that welcomes all of God’s people while seeking to worship in ways that reflect the American Indian heritage of their many members.