The following organizations have demonstrated leadership through countless hours of volunteer work to help the Well City Milwaukee movement grow through recruiting employers, hosting meetings, mentoring employers in implementing best practice wellness programs, helping with PR, offering Well City Milwaukee time at the podium during their events, writing articles, donating photography and other media work, and so on.
In the words of Helen Keller, “Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” We are indebted to the following organizations for their passion and donation of staff hours to help us work toward our mission to make Milwaukee the healthiest city in the nation through its workforce:
American Diabetes Association
American Heart Association
American Cancer Society
Better Business Bureau - Wisconsin
Business Health Care Group
City of Milwaukee**
Core Health Group
Diversified Insurance Services
Froedtert Workforce Health
Greater Milwaukee Committee**
Helwig Carbon Products
Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee
Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce**
The Milwaukee Business Journal
The Starr Group
The Benefit Services Group
Tillmar Connect, LLC**
Troy Freund Photography
United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF)
US Health Center
UW Population Health Institute
UWM Zilber School of Public Health
Wellness Council of Wisconsin**
Willis of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Athletic Club
YMCA Of Metropolitan Milwaukee**
** Leading Partner.
Well City Milwaukee is a worksite wellness initiative whose vision is to create a healthy and vibrant Milwaukee workforce. This effort is led by the City of Milwaukee, Greater Milwaukee Committee, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, Wellness Council of Wisconsin, and the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee.
Interested in contributing to the Well City Milwaukee movement? Contact Gail Bennett at Well City Milwaukee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414-274-0770.
In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.
~ Charles Darwin