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Congratulations to Siebert's Spring 2024 Grantee Partners!

Siebert’s Directors joyfully approved almost $1.7 million in grants to 37 Lutheran and Lutheran-affiliated nonprofit organizations in Wisconsin.


Spring 2024 Grant Listing
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These organizations educate while sharing the Gospel, build pathways to stability in our communities, and grow the body of Christ. Here are just a few examples of the transformational work of these grantee partners:

Wisconsin Inmate Education Association

Empowering Inmates Through Biblical Education



Grant funds will support Operation Transformation, a collaboration with Trinity International University and Fox Lake Correctional Institution to provide a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies to qualified inmates enrolled in the academic program. This grant will support the fees for faculty and instructors who work with students enrolled in the academic program and seven Lutheran graduates who are field mentors to other inmates. Participating inmates explore their connection to God through a four-year curriculum and graduates serve as field mentors who counsel, educate, and mentor other inmates. Through the seminary program, students gain a sense of purpose and hope, leading to the development of a moral reawakening that guides their thoughts and actions.

ATK Ministry Inc.

Fostering Creativity and a Love of Christ Through Art and Music



Based at Milwaukee Lutheran High School (MLHS), this after-school Christian music and performing arts organization provides youth with an engaging opportunity to hear about God’s love for them. Its curriculum focuses on hip-hop music, writing, business for artists, performing arts, dance, and visual arts. This approach brings youth to the Church and God through a culturally relevant and engaging style of music.

The Table

Empowering Communities by Nurturing Vocation and Cultivating Wholeness



The Table’s vocational ministry guides participants in exploring their faith and life’s calling through gatherings, classes, and events where “vocation” refers to activities a person is passionate about, skilled at, and can be compensated for because it intersects with a defined need. These are opportunities for people to look beyond the daily grind by engaging in dialog and activities that help them discover the passions and skills they can bring to jobs for which they can be paid. A large part of this ministry focuses on people becoming "whole" despite the systemic barriers they face. Almost 90% of the people served represent communities of color.

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