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A Little Change Goes a Long Way at Bayshore
A penny saved is still a penny earned at Bayshore Town Center.  Bayshore Community Foundation announced the continuation of the Change for Charity meter program where proceeds generated through parking meter revenue are donated to area non-profit organizations.

The Bayshore Community Foundation
Established by the owners of Bayshore, the Bayshore Community Foundation Fund focuses on providing meaningful support to youth and families in the greater Milwaukee City area. The Foundation, funded by parking meter proceeds and ticket revenues, offers significant support to area nonprofit organizations through the Change for Charity Meter Program, the Bayshore Scholarship Fund and Community Event Sponsorships.

How to Apply to be a Change for Charity Recipient
Applications for the 2014 Change for Charity program are due by October 1, 2013. Groups interested in applying for 2013 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: Bayshore Community Foundation, Attn: MP Theriault, 5800 N. Bayshore Drive, Suite A256, Glendale, WI 53217
For questions please call 414-332-8136.

Bayshore Town Center is pleased to partner with the following Change for Charity recipients in 2013:



Coalition for Children, Youth & Families is an umbrella over adoption and foster care in the state of Wisconsin, providing information and referral at every stage of the process, recruiting homes for children in need and offering support to adoptive and foster families and the professionals who support them. Since our creation in 1984, we have facilitated more than 1,800 adoptions and hundreds of foster home placements.

SHARP Literacy Inc. uses the visual arts to engage young minds and reinforce learning.  Since 1996, SHARP has given thousands of Milwaukee elementary students in grades 1 through 5 an important edge in research, interviewing, reading, writing, vocabulary, and presentation skills.  SHARP develops and provides lesson plans, teacher/student workbooks, writing challenges, field trips, special events, book projects, mural projects, and in-classroom presentations for students residing in some of Milwaukee's most challenged neighborhoods.

The Wisconsin Bike Fed is the only statewide organization that represents the millions of people who ride bicycles in Wisconsin annually. Young and old, racers and recreational riders, we work to ensure you have a safe, enjoyable ride, no matter what kind of bike you have or where you live. Every year, through our classes, we educate thousands of children and adults how to ride legally and safely. Through our billboards and PSAs, we encourage people driving to share the road with bicycles. Our lobbying efforts in Madison have resulted in state policies to ensure that road reconstruction projects include paved shoulders or bike lanes across Wisconsin.

The Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO) is a youth orchestra in Milwaukee. This is MYSO's 56th year of offering a high level of training in ensemble musicianship to motivated young people from diverse backgrounds across southeastern Wisconsin. Students with varied levels of instrumental skills benefit from the broad range of MYSO experiences, all created to foster talent, build character and enhance lives by nurturing an enduring love of music.

Milwaukee Urban Gardens is a nonprofit land trust dedicated to acquiring and preserving land and partnering with neighborhood residents to develop and maintain community gardens that improve the quality of life.

Repairers of The Breach is Greater Milwaukee's grassroots homeless outreach, provider of the area's only daytime shelter and resource center for homeless people. Established in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) advocacy organization, we acquired our first daytime homeless shelter in 1994. We purchased our current shelter facility, our sanctuary, in Milwaukee's Central City, in 1997.

Bayshore Community Foundation Scholarship Fund
Annually, a two-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.

Bayshore Cornerstone Event Partnerships 
Bayshore Community Foundation is a champion of youth and families in the Metro Milwaukee area and provides meaningful support to several area nonprofit groups each year. The Bayshore Community Foundation hosted its inaugural cornerstone event, Bright Lights and Big Dreams, with Lad Lake. Lad Lake, Inc., a 100-year-old nonprofit organization works primarily with at-risk youth, and youth within the foster care system.
 
In 2012 the Jewish Community Center and Gilda's Club partnered up with the Bayshore Community Foundation and created Laugh It Up Milwaukee with Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers. Stay tuned for updates on 2013 plans for Laugh It Up Milwaukee.

 
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