Milwaukee

The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation accepts requests for legal assistance from people who have had their civil rights or civil liberties violated by a government entity in Wisconsin.

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The Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin is a non-profit organization with a mission to advance marketplace trust by creating a marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other. We provide balance by calling out substandard business behavior (scams, fraud, etc) and recognizing ethical, trustworthy businesses businesses through the BBB Accreditation program. The BBB of WI Foundation supports local programs such as the BBB Students of Integrity Scholarship, BBB Torch Awards for Ethics and BBB Spark Awards.

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The BBC was established in 1977, and has remained active in all aspects of British motorcycling since. Our membership encompasses all British motorcycle enthusiasts. The collector, purist, racer, tourer, and riders of all backgrounds find contentment in our organization. Together we create a cooperative, networking the contacts, ideas and enthusiasm essential to ride and appreciate British motorcycles, most of which are virtually extinct.

The BBC is an incorporated entity governed by a Board of Directors and Officers elected biennially. Our yearly membership stands at approximately 150 plus members of which many own several British motorcycles.

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Information and resources for families interested in adoption, birth parents interested in learning about making an adoption plan for their child, and tools for child welfare staff

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Primary service is confidential information and referral. AIC is a resource for birthparents considering the adoption: professionals working with birth and adoptive parents and prospective adoptive families interested in infant: independent: international and special needs adoption. Services provided include confidential and toll-free information and referrals about the adoption process: licensed Wisconsin adoption agencies: rights and responsibilities of birthparents: and birthparent counselor referrals. AIC also provides training about adoption as an option for professionals who work with adolescents and adults: publicity to increase public awareness and improve public’s image of adoption as a positive option for a pregnancy. An on site Family Resource Center is open to the public and has books: magazines: tapes: videos and other print materials available.