Supporting local LGBTQ+ projects and organizations
Fiscal sponsorship is a relationship in which Cream City Foundation enters into an agreement with another organization or project that aligns to our overall mission. Through this relationship, the sponsored organization is able to accept tax-exempt gifts as well as leverage Cream City Foundation’s accounting and donation infrastructure.
Cream City Foundation is proud to have a long history of serving as fiscal sponsor for various projects and organizations in Wisconsin. Many of these organizations have grown to become their own 501c3 entities. Our most recent example is Out Families, which operated for several years under Cream City Foundation as “Miltown LGBT Families”.
If you are interested in learning more about fiscal sponsorship, please complete our contact form at the bottom of the page. Or email us at email@example.com.
The Wisconsin LGBTQ History Project, Inc. has been documenting and preserving the heritage of Milwaukee’s and Wisconsin’s local gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people since 1994. As an independent, volunteer-operated, not-for-profit, and largely self-funded organization, their mission is to reconnect Wisconsin with its lost heritage and hidden history, through ongoing research, presentations, publications, walking tours, and online resources.
Fostering equity for and among LGBTQ+ people by creating spaces that celebrate our diversity and honor our history. lgbt milWALKee is a mobile app that uses physical sites to tell the history of local LGBTQ+ people, organizations and events. An offshoot of lgbt milWALKee, the House of History collects, shares and celebrates Black LGBTQ+ history. Its website (coming June 2024) features oral history interviews with Black LGBTQ+ elders accompanied by photographs, publications and other historic documentation.
DQSH captures the imagination and playoff the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamours, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.