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Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. - Ecclesiastes 4:9

HeartLove Place Serves Up Healthy Meals to Homework Diners

HLP partnered the Milwaukee Community Schools Partnership to cater warm meals to Homework Diners, an evening program where students and parents can gather to get help with homework from teachers and tutors. ProStart students provide the meal, as well as the recipe and ingredients. Learn more about this great community resource here.

Milwaukee's Bublr Bikes Helps Food Desert Communities

HeartLove Place partnered with Bublr Bikes for the Gears and Grub event. The event was held at Pete's Fruit Market and ProStart culinary students prepared healthy dishes which residents got to sample and apply for an $8 Bublr Bikes Annual Membership.

Back to School Event was a HUGE Success!s

The 17th Annual Back to School Family Rally event was a huge success! HeartLove Place distributed backpacks to more than 600 children from all ages. Fox 6 News highlighted the event success preparing students for the academic school year.

Generous Donation from First Bank Financial Centre

Thanks to First Bank Financial Centre for their donation of more than 200 diapers and 1,000 baby wipes in support of the HeartLove Place Diaper Drive.

Natalie's Everyday Heroes - Viola Rembert, Executive Director of HeartLove PlaceĀ 

CBS 58 featured Viola Rembert, Executive Director of HeartLove Place on their latest Natalie's Everyday Heroes segment, which spotlights individuals that make a difference within their communities. HeartLove Place has found a way to feed peoples' bodies and spirits through emotional support and their monthly Love Offerings. These Love Offerings are bags of essential groceries for people within the community that are in need. To find out more about the Love Offerings, visit our event page.

ProStart Helping Milwaukee Residents Find Work

Today's TMJ 4 covered a short story about HeartLove Place partnership with the Social Development Commission with ProStart. The program brings hopes to help provide more job training for low-income residents.

ProStart Graduate Opens his own Food Truck Business

Heavenly Cuisine On the Go serves food on 16th and Wells Street on the Marquette University campus. Tyree Fleming, the owner graduated with a ServSafe Certification and the ProStart Culinary program at HeartLove Place. Fleming has a passion for cooking and providing healthy food options for his customers. Check out his featured article on OnMilwaukee.com.