Get Involved

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The ongoing work of the Nehemiah Project depends on the many volunteers and financial gifts that support programming and care of our resident youth. Corporations, Foundations, and individuals help us provide exceptional care of our young men through their financial support. Volunteers assist us in providing mentoring, guest speakers, collaborations, and leadership which help us guide our youth as well as guide a vision and mission for the agency. In-kind donations help us defray costs and defer those savings to direct services.

We are grateful for all contributions of time, talent, and treasure and appreciate all the many ways that our donors make the work of the Nehemiah Project transformative to the young lives we touch.

Alice Hanson Drew has been the Nehemiah Project's Director of Development since 2003.  She coordinates our grant-writing efforts, works with staff to effectively utilize volunteers, directs and supervises all special fund-raising events and coordinates all charitable giving.

 

As a 501 (c) (3) designated agency, The Nehemiah Project welcomes donations of goods and services for use by our residents and the programs we offer.

 

Please feel free to contact Alice, or our staff to answer questions or arrange for pick-up of your items.

Nehemiah Project office: (414) 933-8002

Many Ways to Support Us

The Nehemiah Project Inc. is a non-profit organization that is always in need of help. The gifts of time, financial resources, clothing items, furniture, special projects or just a willingness to support the overall mission are always greatly appreciated.  

In-person or Over the Phone

2506 West Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205

(414) 933-8002

Online

Make a tax deductible donation‏.

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See List Below
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WISH LIST
 

Donations of the following items help the staff to provide

training, recreation, and educational opportunities for our residents:

Slippers

Socks

Headphones

Bookbags

Game - Bean Bag Toss

Game - Giant Checkers 

Game - Indoor Dual Basketball Shot

Game - Giant Connect Four

Game - Uno cards

Newer chain saw

Arts/Crafts items

Books of interest to young men

Bookcases

Non-perishable food items

School supplies for high school students

Tickets for special events or zoo, museum, etc.

Personal hygiene products

Bath towels and wash cloths

Tee-Shirts, size Large-3x

Gardening tools and gear

For drop-off times or to make arrangements for pick-up of items, please contact us. 

(414) 933-8002