The Dohmen Foundation
supports community initiative!
The Milwaukee Center for Independence, an affiliate of CFI, received a $60,000 grant from the Dohmen Company Foundation to create a food navigator position. The goal for this role is to help young people create healthy food habits, which can prevent chronic disease.
Two staff members recognized!
We are pleased to announce that two of our staff members were named as notable in their field by BizTimes Media. They are:
  • Mark Stevens, manager of CFI's Children's Programs, was named a Notable Hero in Health Care. Read what the BizTimes said about his efforts to keep our kids safe during the pandemic.
  • Heidi Chada, CFIs vice president of Food Services, was named a Notable Food and Beverage Executive. Read how deserving she is of this honor here.
We thank BizTimes Media the opportunity to showcase the wonderful work our employees do on behalf of our clients.
There have been many dark days for Camille Draheim, who's been in therapy since she was a teen. Until she discovered art therapy through MCFI's behavioral health services. Watch her inspiring story here and please support us today with a gift to the MCFI Foundation.
Thank you to all our donors!
We give thanks this season for all of our donors. Most recently, we received the following gifts:
  • $15,000 from the Paul P. Lipton Fund at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation
  • $2,500 from the Service Club of Milwaukee for operating support for our medical day care
  • A $30,000 pledge and first installment of $10,000 for children’s behavioral health clinic from the Ralph Evinrude Foundation
  • A $6,000 pledge and first installment of $1,500 from the Gene and Ruth Posner Foundation for children’s behavioral health clinic
  • $5,000 from the Francie Luke Silverman Foundation for technology for our medical day care
  • $1,000 from the Peck Foundation Milwaukee LTD for MCFI general operating support
We thank all of you for your generous gifts, and wish you warmest holiday greetings.