Listening. Collaborating. Serving.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation (GMF), the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and the Royal Capital (RC) have united to make an historic, community-based investment by founding the ThriveOn Collaboration.
The Collaboration is dedicated to eliminating racial, health, economic and social disparities in Milwaukee by making generational investments in the well-being of its communities.
This commitment is reflected in the Collaboration’s foundational investment in ThriveOn King, the restoration and redevelopment of the iconic Gimbels-Schuster’s Department Store building in the Historic King Drive district. In addition, MCW, GMF and RC bring complementary expertise on a range of strategies to invest in the health, equity and economic well-being of people across Milwaukee, beginning with the neighborhoods adjacent to the new development. Guided by community priorities and data, the ThriveOn Collaboration will be a catalyst for additional investment and community impact.
The ThriveOn Collaboration is built on the fundamental understanding that where a person lives has a tremendous impact on how a person lives because of the implications for housing, education, jobs, health resources and social connections.
2153 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Darlene C. Russell
Director of Community Engagement