For over 110 years, COA has made positive changes to Milwaukee’s most distressed neighborhoods. Each year, COA aims to provide even more of Milwaukee’s youth and families with our quality services. In order to reach our goal, COA relies on the generous support of donors like you to change the lives of people all over the city. An easy, yet impactful way to join COA’s efforts to support Milwaukee’s youth and families is to become a COA Community Champion.
As a COA Community Champion, you will make a monthly donation that will provide consistent, sustained support for our high quality Early Childhood, Youth, and Community Development programs. Whether you donate $10 or $100, your gift will make a huge impact in lives of the children and families we serve, and will help make our Milwaukee community a better place for everyone. Plus, your name will join a special list of monthly supporters in our annual report and on our website!
Here are 4 ways your investment will benefit Milwaukee’s children and families:
- Donate just $5 a month to provide healthy snacks for children and families in our Family Resource Centers.
- Donate just $10 a month to purchase art supplies for young children in our Early Child Development Centers.
- Donate just $20 a month to provide new equipment for sports programming in COA’s Youth Development Program, or to fund transportation for our youth to enjoy a field trip.
- Donate just $50 a month to provide 4 families with the 30-week Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) curriculum, plus a set of books and educational supplies.
Becoming a COA Community Champion is one of the easiest ways to support COA’s mission to serve children, strengthen families, and build community. Simply fill out the form with your chosen donation amount, and your donation will be automatically deducted! And don’t forget to check with your employer to see if your company will match your donation. As a COA Community Champion, your meaningful gift will directly impact the lives of real people, right here in Milwaukee.