Olshan Outreach

A Little Change Goes a Long Way at Bayshore

Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center focuses on providing meaningful support to youth and families in the greater Milwaukee City area. Funded by parking meter proceeds, ticket revenues, and community partnerships, Olshan Outreach offers support to area nonprofit organizations.

Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center, formerly named Bayshore Community Foundation

Olshan Properties owns and/or manages a diverse portfolio of commercial properties across the United States. One thing common to every Olshan Properties location is a commitment to community. Giving back is an integral part of our corporate culture. Olshan Properties continually strives to be a good neighbor and to enhance the communities in which we operate.

How to Apply to be a Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center Recipient:

Applications for the 2015 Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center program are due by October 1, 2014. Groups interested in applying for 2015 consideration should download the application form. Please complete application form, consideration letter, a copy of 501 (c)(3), and most recent annual report.

Please Mail to: Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center, Attn: MP Theriault, 5800 N. Bayshore Drive, Suite A256, Glendale, WI 53217

For questions please call 414-332-8136.

Your change has made difference to the following organizations in 2014:

The Autism Society exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy. For over 35 years we have served as the primary Autism/Asperger Syndrome/PDD resource for Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, Kenosha, Dodge, Jefferson, Ozaukee, Walworth and Washington counties.

 

330,000 people in eastern Wisconsin rely on food supplied by Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin each year. The food bank is the largest, private, nonprofit distributor of food in the state, providing more than 20 million pounds of food annually to 1,000 meal programs throughout eastern Wisconsin. We are a member of Feeding America, a nation-wide organization. Since 1982, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin has distributed nearly 315 million pounds of food. To learn more, visit www.feedingamericawi.org.

 

Make A Difference - Wisconsin has been making a difference in the financial literacy of thousands of high school juniors and seniors since its founding in 2006. Business and community volunteers visit schools in our community to teach money basics: budgeting and saving, understanding checking accounts, and understanding credit cards, credit history/scores, and credit reports. It's all about helping teens become "money smart" so they can be "life smart," too. Visit www.makeadifferencewisconsin.org.

 

Camp Hometown Heroes is a free national week-long summer camp in Wisconsin for children who've lost a parent or sibling who served in the U.S. military. This week gives the children a chance to enjoy typical camp activities, and at the same time work with pediatric grief specialists to begin or continue their healing. The goal is healing hearts.

 

WGIRLS Milwaukee is the premiere organization for young professional women for volunteering, hosting fundraising events and promoting awareness for Milwaukee’s most critical non-profit organizations that represent underprivileged women and children. By partnering with other nonprofit organizations whose goals align closely with our own, the WGIRLS are able to affect reverberating positive change in the lives of countless underprivileged women and children.

 

The mission of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee is to take part in conserving wildlife and endangered species, to educate people about the importance of wildlife and the environment, and to support the Milwaukee County Zoo. The Zoological Society of Milwaukee (ZSM) was established in 1910 as an informal group of community leaders who bought animals and raised funds for the Zoo. Today it is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization with the mission to conserve, educate and support the Milwaukee County Zoo. The ZSM has 44 full-time and 10 part-time employees who manage daily operations and programs. In the 2010-11 fiscal year, the ZSM raised more than $6.4 million to support the Milwaukee County Zoo.

Olshan Outreach at Bayshore Town Center Scholarship Fund

Annually, a one-year renewable $2,500 scholarship is awarded to graduating seniors from the Nicolet High School, Whitefish Bay High School and Dominican HS. This scholarship program is offered to local students who demonstrate academic ability and perseverance in their continuing educations pursuits. The scholarship is designed for the student who demonstrates an interest in furthering understanding between cultures, ethnic groups or countries. Students who speak a foreign language or demonstrate a strong interest in international studies or in enhancing understanding and appreciation for diversity are strong candidates. Applications are available through the guidance counselors at the schools.