How to Give
Because of donors like you, Silver Spring Neighborhood Center is able to provide quality programs to more than 8,000 individuals and families each year.
Here are a few ways you can help support Silver Spring Neighborhood Center:
Monetary Giving (Online)
For your convenience and peace of mind, we use a secure service to manage our credit and debit card donations. Just enter the amount you would like to contribute and click the Donate button below.
Monetary Giving by Check
You may also send in your checks made payable to:
Silver Spring Neighborhood Center at
5460 N.64th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53218
The Gift of Time
Your time is as valuable to us as any check. If you’d like to volunteer in addition to or in place of you donation, please email us at info@ssncmilw. org, call us at 414-463-7950 or use the form below to sign up to make a difference.
Wish List Giving
Many of our programs still have necessities that the budgets just don’t cover. To help ensure that our programs continue to run smoothly, below is a list of our greatest needs:
15 Passenger van – to transport our youth basketball and track teams to and from events.
7 Passenger Mini Van – to transport our youth to and from field trips, events etc.
iPads or other tablet computers – our Youth and Child Development programs would benefit greatly from this gift. We can help narrow the digital divide in our community by helping our program participants navigate this technology. It can also help staff operate more efficiently from remote sites and help streamline our special events and fundraisers.
Learning Science Activity Tubs – Great opportunity for our Community Learning Center (CLC) students to explore and learn science.
Office Furniture – gently used six and eight-foot tables, office chairs.
Sofas & Tables – Our Youth Department is in need of these gently used items for the social development area.
In-Kind Donations (Every day needs)
Adult and children’s clothing (business wear and casual)
Arts and crafts supplies
Blue Tooth Speakers
Outdoor/Indoor toys (footballs, basketballs, soccer balls, jump ropes, pool sticks, arcade games)
Baby supplies (diapers, food, and clothing, wipes etc.)No furniture, car seats, beds etc.
All school supplies
Educational games and books
Hand sanitizer, tissue, soap
Field Trips Transportation for field trips
Tickets to events or theme parks
Still not sure about making a donation, visit our Results page to see the return we’re getting on your investment including:
High Reading Level: 90% of the kids in our Early Childhood Education program are at age-appropriatereading level by 3rd Grad compared to 12% in Milwaukee Public Schools
Low Pregnancy Rate: The teenage pregnancy rate among our Social Development participants is 0.4% compared to 36% for the rest of Milwaukee
High Graduation Rate: 100% of the seniors active in our social development programs graduate from highschool. 80% pursue post-secondary education or job training