It’s that time of the year for a closer look at what’s happening at Next Door! Our 2020 fall newsletter is packed with details about our approch to learning this fall, a big honor for Next Door, a salute to our volunteers and more!
The station featured a story about the gift of reading to a child through the lens of one of our Next Door dads, Adriel McFarlane.
Bank Five Nine invited Next Door to appear on its radio program, “That’s So Money,” to discuss our critical work in early childhood education in Milwaukee.
We’re checking in with our summer community newsletter with the latest look at what’s happening at Next Door.
Newsradio 620 WTMJ discusses the impact of childhood trauma during an interview with members from Next Door’s Mental Health Services team.
The report features Next Door’s special open enrollment period for health insurance authorized by the Internal Revenue Service this year to support employees during the pandemic.
Urban Milwaukee published Next Door’s statement on raising the agency’s minimum wage to $15.
Dr. Deborah Bergeron, the Director of the Office of Head Start, features a Next Door father and son in a Father’s Day tribute.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service profiles one of the virtual learning experiences Next Door created to support childhood literacy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The report includes perspective from Next Door on the role of early childhood education in closing educational gaps for African American students.