The Dohmen Company Foundation has purchased a second building in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville neighborhood, deepening its investment in the local community.
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CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that Salus Corporate Wellness (an S-corporation) has been donated by Dr. Adel Korkor to the Dohmen Company Foundation.
The Dohmen Company Foundation has purchased the former Fein Brothers Building at 2007 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive for its future headquarters. The foundation plans to move into the building in 2021 following a significant renovation to restore the nearly 34,000-square-foot building back to its original beauty.
CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that The Dohmen Company Foundation has partnered with Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (CGHC) to launch a program which will supply 14 free meals per week to 100 CGHC members in need throughout Milwaukee.
CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that Dohmen has acquired FoodChain, an online marketplace and logistics company that speeds delivery and access to nutritious, local food sources.
CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that Dohmen has acquired Chicago-based Cooked, a healthy meal preparation company delivering thousands of meals across the United States each week.
CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that company founder and philanthropist Dr. Adel Korkor has gifted Salus Corporate Wellness (an S-corporation) to the Dohmen Company Foundation.
CEO Cynthia (Dohmen) LaConte announced today that Dohmen has acquired Milwaukee-based Focused Fork, a personalized whole-foods preparation and distribution business.
The first Minority Health Film Festival to be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin kicks off today, and will be held through September 15. The Milwaukee-based Dohmen Company Foundation chose to sponsor the festival because it features unique film selections, community forums, and an interactive health fair providing the latest information about improving the health statuses of minority populations, said Foundation President, Dale Mittelstaedt.
The Dohmen Company, on the heels of a successful exit from the pharmaceutical industry, has made an unprecedented change to its organizational structure, becoming the first company in the nation to transition from a multi-generation, family-owned business to a company wholly owned by a private foundation.