Pauline Redmond Coggs
The Pauline Redmond Coggs Foundation, Incorporated was established in 1999 by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated – Epsilon Kappa Omega Chapter for charitable, educational and community services. It serves as a vehicle for accepting, raising, distributing and investing funds for scholarships and awards to students, to establish on-going educational programs and for charitable donations and community projects which assist mankind in general.
The Pauline Redmond Coggs Foundation, Incorporated has as its target areas: HBCU for Life, Women's Healthcare and Wellness, Building Economic Legacy, The Arts, and Global Impact. The foundation is pleased to present its 2018 community contributions to the following organizations whose goals and missions exemplify the target areas of the Pauline Redmond Coggs Foundation, Incorporated:
Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research with a mission to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
America's Black Holocaust Museum builds public awareness of the harmful legacies of slavery in America and promotes racial repair, reconciliation, and healing.
Black Lens Milwaukee was created in 2014 with a singular focus: to spotlight the incredible work of African-American filmmakers by bringing their films to the Milwaukee Film Festival. These filmmakers explore stories and topics that are rooted in the Black community but are relevant to a variety of audiences. Black Lens features fiction and documentary films from emerging and established voices and hosts events that inspire conversation, celebration, and community.
Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. is vested in women and communities across America through: (1) Volunteer services; (2) Advocacy and accountability; (3) Leadership development and succession planning; (4) Unity and collaboration; (5) Engagement and empowerment; and (6) Social responsibility and sisterly concerns.
Milwaukee Women's Center (Division of Community Advocates) provides comprehensive services and treatment for women, men, and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, addiction, mental health issues, homelessness, and poverty.