Learn the history of HeartLove Place and discover how the a non-profit ministry have changed lives changed in Milwaukee, WI.
The 7th Annual Red Tie Gala was held on Saturday, May 17, 2014 at HeartLove Place in Milwaukee. The event started with networking, tours, and hors d'oeuvres. We had over 20 exciting items in our voice and silent auction to help raise funds for our programs and services.
John McGivern interviews Viola Rembert, the Executive Director about the history of HeartLove Place.
The Peace Park consists of peaceful seating space, garden area and a lending library, with more to come. In 2016 HeartLove Place hosted three events in the park that provided fun activities for neighborhood youth and families and the goal is to continue to grow the activities. The park at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive & Ring St in Milwaukee's Harambee Neighborhood
Hupy and Abraham, S.C. contributed backpacks to that were distributed at the event. More than 600 students are now prepared for the school year.
HeartLove Place is the hub for the Milwaukee community offering many programs, services, activities and events throughout the year. We pray that you will join us.
Children participated in learning about science as they mix baking soda with vinegar in their home-made volcanoes. The results are exciting and surprising!
HeartLove Place was featured on CBS 58 News for their compassionate programs and services offered to low-income families living in Milwaukee.