Our mission: We unite residents, youth, law enforcement and community resources to build safe and empowered neighborhoods. Our strategy: Team members dedicated to building relationships in the community work together in targeted Milwaukee neighborhoods where the comprehensive efforts encourage collective efficacy, resident capacity and youth leadership.





Annual Safe & Sound Outcomes...

3397

Residents reached at their front doors in face-to-face conversations each year

21634

Residents participants at 939 community meetings & events

613

Number of neighborhood nuisances—like loitering, drug dealing, public drunkenness—resolved each year

271

External blight issues resolved each year

Milwaukee Business Journal Article: Safe & Sound honors Milwaukee Bucks, Bader Philanthropies: Slideshow

by Kenny Yoo Bader Philanthropies and the Milwaukee Bucks were honored by Safe & Sound at the Milwaukee nonprofit’s first gala at the Italian Community Center Sept. 14. Check out the attached slideshow put together by Milwaukee Business Journal freelance photographer Kenny Yoo to see who attended the event. In all, about 400 Milwaukee-area business executives attended […]

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Journal Sentinel Article: Safe & Sound’s community work gets a $200,000 boost in 1 night

JOURNAL SENTINEL by Erin Richards One year after tension from a Milwaukee police-on-resident shooting boiled over into unrest in Sherman Park, a small and scrappy nonprofit has quietly worked its connections in the streets to rebuild frayed relationships. With just a $2 million budget and 27 employees, Safe & Sound Inc. focuses on increasing public safety, occupying what executive […]

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MILWAUKEE BUCKS FOUNDATION GRANTS $1 MILLION TO LOCAL NONPROFITS

Courtesy of bucks.com Posted: Jul 19, 2017 MILWAUKEE (July 19, 2017) – The Milwaukee Bucks Foundation (MBF) is granting a total of $1 million to 15 Milwaukee-based organizations, marking a significant milestone for the Foundation, which launched in June 2016. Bucks President Peter Feigin was joined by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, […]

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