A visit from a Green Bay Packers safety and the debut of Next Door’s Mobile Library were just a few of the highlights from this year’s Walk for Children.
25 years of Books for Kids brings in more than two million books for Milwaukee children.
After seven years leading Next Door, Carol Keintz will retire on September 3, 2015. The Board of Directors hired Dr. Tracey Sparrow as her replacement.
After leading the 2015 Walk for Children, the Green Bay Packers Eddie Lacey joined children in a Trike race and the video made national news.
The Morning Blend on WTMJ 4 features a preview of Next Door’s 2015 Walk for Children.
From donations to agency awards, the spring newsletter features a snapshot of Next Door’s latest achievements.
Eddie Lacey will lead the way as hundreds of Next Door families, volunteers and donors come together for the 2015 Walk for Children.
Next Door’s Books for Kids is featured on FOX6 after publishing company closes and donates children’s books.
A new early childhood partnership program, led by Next Door, includes the Stepping Stones Children’s Center. Click below to see coverage in the Ozaukee Press.
The Marquette University student newspaper reports on the 25th anniversary of Books for Kids at Next Door.