On September 1, Tim Rivelli interviewed Glenn Wilke, Midtown Educational Foundation Executive Director, on his Saturday morning show, "Profiles in Mercy". Profiles In Mercy, a 30-minute interview program, explores these vital questions through the inspirational testaments of those who bring mercy into the lives of others.
At NeonCRM, we have the opportunity to work with thousands of nonprofits who do amazing work. Each month we spotlight one of our clients doing something particularly exciting!
For the third consecutive year, the PRSA Foundation has awarded a grant to DePaul University and Midtown Educational Foundation (MEF) to encourage Chicago minority high school students to pursue a career in public relations or journalism.
The January 1998 edition of Philanthropy, Culture, & Society was dedicated entirely to the Midtown Achievement Program (MAP). Now, nearly 20 years later, the same group interviewed Glenn Wilke in a follow-up comprehensive look at MEF's standard setting approach to helping at-risk youth.
ABC7 interviews Captain Katie Higgins, the first female Blue Angels pilot at the 19th Annual Metro Advancement Council Luncheon benefiting Chicago's at-risk urban youth.
On February 2, MEF Executive Director Glenn Wilke participated in a panel discussion sponsored by DePaul University’s Career Center on a subject that’s near and dear to his heart – the business of philanthropy.
Yaa Owusu, Metro Alum and Pediatric Dentist, was featured by the Chicago Community Trust, as part of their "Stories of Philanthropy" series.