The new documentary, No Small Matter, came to Milwaukee in late February as part of an effort to spread community awareness about the importance of high quality early childhood education.
The Major Family from Hartland discovered Next Door in 2015 and remains a loyal supporter of our children and families.
We are dedicating our winter newsletter to Next Door’s 50th Anniversary this year.
Alicia Lewis now works as an assistant teacher at Next Door after completing the agency’s Early Childhood Scholars Program with Milwaukee Area Technical College.
JohnQuell Tucker attended Next Door from 1995 to 1997. He is now a social worker in Milwaukee.
A mental health clinic will open at Next Door in 2019 as part of a community partnership project.
National Reading Day this year came with some very generous donations to Next Door from the E.W. Scripps Company and its local news station, Today’s TMJ4.
Next Door part of Journal Sentinel report on Milwaukee’s growing investment in early childhood education
A new report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel looks at the city’s latest investments in high quality early childhood education and includes efforts happening at Next Door.
Two former pastors at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Milwaukee share the story of how Next Door began in 1969.
Next Door kicked-off a year-long 50th Anniversary Campaign on January 25, 2019 with a special event at the place where Next Door began.