About the Foundation

History
Chartered in 1993, the Milwaukee NARI Foundation was established to be the educational and charitable arm of the Milwaukee NARI Home Improvement Council, Inc. The Foundation has contributed to the community through various charitable projects, and it has increased public awareness of the importance of professional standards in the remodeling industry.
Purpose
To engage in educational programs and activities for the benefit and enlightenment of the public with respect to home improvement and remodeling.
Strategies
  • To expend funds for the refinement and/or expansion of existing Milwaukee NARI educational programs.
  • To support scholarships and similar grants to assist in the professional training of individuals entering the home improvementand remodeling field.
  • To embark on activities determined to be essential to ensure aconstant supply of qualified individuals who will pursue remodeling as a vocation.
  • To expend funds to organizations deemed vital to the objectives of the Foundation
Board of Directors

School Partners
Since its inception, the Milwaukee NARI Foundation has been privileged to work with the following schools that are preparing students for careers in the home improvement and remodeling industry:

  • Bradley Tech High School
  • Brown Deer High School
  • Community High School
  • Franklin High School
  • Gateway Technical College
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
  • Mount Mary University
  • Oak Creek High School
  • Racine Case High School
  • Waukesha County Technical College