Siebert Funded Research
Indicators related to Poverty in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha and Waukesha
This December 2020 report from Data You Can Use provides an overview of population demographics and other indicators relating to poverty.
Poverty Indicators Presentation
A presentation by Data You Can Use to Siebert's Board in December 2020 shows Milwaukee at a severe disadvantage on several indicators including poverty, homelessness, incarceration rates, infant mortality and food insecurity
Other Research Resources
The Campus Ministry Impact study measured short and long-term impacts of campus ministry participation on the well-being and development of college students, and identified what specifically about campus ministry is effective.
Engaging Millennials in Ministry is a research project that provides primary and secondary data on Millennials and their spirituality, faith, and worship preferences.
Effective Camp Research Project
A Siebert grant supported the Effective Camp Research Project which set out to answer: What is the impact of the one-week summer camp experience on the lives of the primary participants and their supporting networks?
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OTHER GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
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The Marquette University Funding Information Center, Raynor Memorial Libraries
Offers an exclusive look at Wisconsin-based Foundations.
Wisconsin Philanthropy Network
Supporting and promoting effective philanthropy in Wisconsin through providing networking opportunities, skill building, and customized research services tailored to your needs.
The Foundation Center aka Candid
Connecting people who want to change the world with the resources they need to do it via research reports, access to 990s, and training resources.