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Northwestern Mutual through its Foundation is Recognizing 25 Milwaukee and New York-Area Nonprofits with Grants Totaling $225,000

November 23, 2020 / Ankur Saini

On the side of its workers' promise to rewarding their networks, the Northwestern Mutual yearly Days of Sharing project offers representatives a chance to assign neighborhood charitable associations and causes they are energetic going to get subsidizing. Northwestern Mutual, through its Foundation, is perceiving 25 Milwaukee and New York-region nonprofits with grants adding up to $225,000.

"This year has brought significant challenges to our communities, and our employees have continued to step up as champions for the organizations that play a key role in making the deepest impact possible," said Eric Christophersen, president, Northwestern Mutual Foundation. "We've been proud to see our employees double down on their support through these times of uncertainty and continue their commitment to the causes most important to them."

Workers were additionally urged to decide in favor of pre-chosen nonprofits, which were controlled by the organization's representative asset gatherings and other dynamic representative volunteers. The five associations with the most representative votes got grants adding up to $125,000. This year, the triumphant associations incorporate Secure Futures, Grateful Girls, WI Humane Society, Alzheimer's Association of WI and Lift for the 22.