For as the heavens are higher than the earth so are my ways higher than your ways. Isaiah 55:9

OUR PARTNERS


Berean Family Worship Center

Danceworks

First Stage Theater

Holton Youth & Family Center

Journey House

Milwaukee Ballet​

Silver Spring Neighborhood Center

​Steps of Grace Dance Co.

Urban Ecology Center



We are proud to partner with these organizations. These partnerships allow us to provide our children an opportunity to see the whole picture of what an arts education can achieve.


THANK YOU PARTNERS


​​​ATC SUPPORTERS


100 Women Who Care

ATC Board of Directors

Bader Philanthropies, Inc.
Berean Family Worship Center

Bob's Discount Furniture LLC

Lynde & Harry Bradley Foundation

Brighton Collectables

Chick-Fil-A @ 124th & Capitol Dr.

Emory T. Clark Family Foundation

Culvers @ Midtown

Culvers @ South 108th St.

Culvers @ 76th & Good Hope Rd.

DoTopia

Eastbrook Church

Albert J. & Flora H. Ellinger Foundation

Elmbrook Church (Steps of Grace Ballet School)

Enterprise Car Rental

Fresh Thyme Farmers Market

The Gardner Foundation

GMAR/Youth Foundation

Green Bay Packers Foundation

Evan & Marion Helfaer Foundation

Individual Donors

Johnson Controls/UPAF

Kaztex Foundation

Gustav & Gladys Kindt Foundation

Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc.

The Herbert V. Kohler, Jr./Natalie Black ​Kohler Foundation For Giving Back

M & I Foundation

Marking Services, Inc.

Peck Foundation Milwaukee, LTD

Clare M. Peters Charitable Trust

Melita Pick Charitable Trust

PPC Foundation

Royal Gas

Teerlink Family Foundation

Wells Fargo Community Support

Wisconsin Area Music Industry


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​OUR PROGRAM:


Above The Clouds inspires a life-long love for the arts through its classes, internships, scholarships and long term commitment to keeping children connected to the arts.


By using creative arts and movement, Above The Clouds is providing growth opportunities in the way of self-discipline, self-control and promoting a higher level of positive self-esteem; thereby helping young people become contributing family and comuunity leaders.


Why ATC?

Our children face a barrage of negative influences that can shape their future. Our children are directly impacted by city of violence.

Statistics Show:

    * 22 of the 94 homicide victims in Milwaukee in 2009 were ages 24 and under

    * 2,564 Milwaukee youth were treated in an emergecy department or hospitalized for an injury related to violence in 2009

    * Cost for emergency department treatment and/or hospitalization of Milwaukee youth injured through violent actions exceeded $10 million in 2009

    * Factors associated with youth violence, prior history of violence, drug, alcohol or tobacco use, poor family functioning, etc.

For at-risk youth this program can mean then difference between hope and despair, love and hate, life and death.


​​   * City of Milwaukee Crime Statistics Meeting, 2012.