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Save the Date: Cream City Foundation Business Equality Luncheon Nov. 12!

6a00d8341c90b153ef01901e25fd89970bWe’re thrilled to announce that Neil Giuliano, CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, will be our keynote speaker for this year’s Cream City Foundation Business Equality Luncheon. The former mayor of Tempe, AZ, Neil is also a leadership consultant, speaker and coach.

Neil previously served as the President of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and Executive Producer of the GLAAD Media Awards on Bravo TV.

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Neil Giuliano speak at our annual luncheon,” said Foundation Board Chair Paul Milakovich.  “Neil has been a very positive influence in the LGBT community and he will be an inspirational speaker for our guests at the lunch.”

The Cream City Annual Business Equality Luncheon is an opportunity for corporate partners in Milwaukee to support LGBT rights and the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in every part of the community.

Representatives generally include chief executive officers, human resources professionals, employee resource groups, diversity, and inclusion groups, as well as a variety of other professionals.

The event will be held November 12th, 2014 at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

More information, including how to purchase tickets, will be available soon.

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Be Part of Our Next Chapter!

Cream City Foundation is seeking a full-time Executive Director who can provide strategic and visionary leadership to the organization. We are seeking an experienced, inspirational, strategic, dedicated and self- starting leader who can engage our various constituencies to share in Cream City Foundation’s vision. We are seeking an individual who is excited and ready to take Cream City Foundation to the next level, and who can serve as an articulate and passionate spokesperson for the organization. This position is a great match for someone who wants to apply their significant experience and vision, develop new skills, and along with the organization’s Board of Directors, make a profound tactical difference here in Southeastern Wisconsin as well as strengthen the Foundation’s emergence as a national leader in structural change philanthropy.

Is that you? Click here to learn more.

Interested candidates should apply no later than August 22, 2014 by 5pm CST.

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My Best Friend is Straight and Annual Garden Party Thank You Letter

Dear Friends,

Thank you to everyone who supported or joined us for the wedding of My Best Friend is Straight and the Annual Garden Party at Will Radler’s home July 12. The event was an enormous success, all thanks to your generosity.

Every year, the funds we raise from the event are donated to organizations that advance the quality of life, dignity, and health of LGBT people in Southeastern Wisconsin.

We are pleased to announce that this year, thanks to 425 guests in attendance, we raised more than $45,000.  We are excited to continue in our mission of supporting deserving organizations.

We would especially like to acknowledge philanthropist Will Radler, who co-hosted this event with his Annual Garden Party.  By combining of our events, attendees and sponsors increased significantly in comparison to previous years.

Without Will’s support of the Cream City Foundation and the LGBT community, the magnitude of this event would not have been possible.

If you’d like to learn more about ways to give back, click here.

Thank you! We hope to see you throughout the year, including at the Business Equality Lunch in October!

Cream City Foundation Board of Directors

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Paul Milakovich, Cream City Foundation Board Chair, Philanthropist and Host Will Radler, Ewa Barczyk, Associate Provost & Director of Libraries and Michael Doylen,
Director of the Archives Department.