City on a Hill

Milwaukee, WI

Founded: 2000

Tel: (414) 931-6670


Top LeaderRev. Art Serna

Donor Contact: Rev. Art Serna

Member Since: March 31, 2021

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $1,078,815
   Noncash Donations $145,871
   Other Revenue $644,797
   Total Revenue $1,869,483
   Total Expenses $1,948,927
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $1,825,972
Total Liabilities $981,084
Net Assets $844,888
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City on a Hill’s vision is to see the Lord exalted and His Kingdom enlarged as we embrace families in our neighborhood, equip Christians in our city and engage churches across our nation. City on a Hill is a catalyst working to save children, reach parents, and transform families in our central city neighborhood. We are a place of transformation. We are on a mission to break the cycle of generational poverty and bring transformation to central city families. Through a collaborative and faith-based model of service, we restore hope, reduce poverty, strengthen neighborhoods, and work for justice. Much like the settlement houses of the 1800s, we address a family’s full spectrum of needs, providing support and teaching the life skills necessary for success in education and in the work force. Health and Basic Needs: With more than 1,200 volunteers, each year we provide a wide array of services to low-income and homeless adult residents. We alleviate the burdens of poverty for more than

Since City on a Hill was established in 2001, we’ve been pursuing one ambitious goal: to end the cycle of generational poverty and oppression in the lives of urban youth and their families. While issues of poverty and oppression in Milwaukee’s central city are huge and complex, our collaborative, Christ-centered model of service is unleashing the transformational potential of people living in some of the toughest neighborhoods in the country. Our holistic approach engages and empowers people wit
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  • Ministry
  • Missions
  • Children
  • Media
  • Support Services (primary)
  • Counseling
  • Family, Marriage and Children's Services
  • Racial Reconciliation
  • Church: Planting
  • Discipleship
  • Medical, Dental and Health Services
  • Student and Youth
  • Community Development
  • Education: Youth
  • Missions: Domestic
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