We’re checking in with our latest community newsletter offering a closer look at how Next Door is supporting its staff, students and families during the COVID-19 health crisis.
In 2019, Next Door marked 50 years of serving the Milwaukee community. As part of the celebration of the milestone year, Next Door produced a 50th Anniversary commemorative book to share with the community.
We’re checking in with our latest community newsletter filled with updates from our 50th Anniversary celebration, new community partnership programs, a big birthday for Books for Kids and more!
Brook and Robin Lopez with the Milwaukee Bucks came to Next Door as part of their “Blocks for Books” charitable program benefiting Next Door this season.
Next Door received more than 1,000 new books for students as part of a book fair experience on National Reading Day.
The opening of Educare Milwaukee at Next Door came in 2005, marking a pivotal part of the agency’s evolution into a leading provider of high quality early childhood education for Milwaukee families.
Pepi Randolph was 10-years-old when he started attending Next Door at its old location at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. Today, he’s 58, married with three sons and a successful businessman.
Next Door’s Holiday Gift Giving program ensures all Next Door children receive presents during this special time of the year. In this story, you’ll hear from one of our generous donors – a couple who has contributed gifts for the past five years.
The Next Step Clinic opened in late October to address the mental health and developmental needs of Milwaukee’s underserved children and families. Clinic staff say it has become an extremely welcome resource for the families being served.
Next Door teachers have played a significant role in advancing the agency’s mission over the past 50 years. Today, they include Ms. Pa, who has excelled with special training for our teachers on handling student behavior issues in the classroom.