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Here is a sneak peek at our voice auction items!


§  Telluride Home for a week, sleeps 8. Hot tub, deck, gas fireplace and fantastic master suite in the town of Telluride, Colorado. Perfect for a ski trip, family reunion, gathering of friends or get-away to nature.  Donated by Cathy and Arnie Peltz


§  Chef’s Table for 6 at The Pfister includes wine and dinner with 3 guest rooms for the evening. Donated by The Pfister and Marcus Corporation


§  Hamilton in New York:  New York City Trip includes airfare, hotel accommodations and tickets on Wednesday evening, August 15th to the wildly popular Hamilton performance at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Donated by Mary Kay Braza, Grand Avenue Club, and Lois O’Keefe


§  Center Court Side Seats at Buck’s Game in New Arena:  Two tickets to a Buck’s game for the 2018-2019 season at the new arena. Donated by Bill & Karen Elliott


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A Milwaukee community assisting adults with mental illness achieve recovery and productivity
Established 1991

BizTimes Milwaukee as a recipient of a 2016 Health Care Hero Award in the Behavioral Health category.



Mental illness is common everywhere in the world, with one person in every fourth or fifth household struggling with the disabling symptoms of mental illness, loss of confidence, and isolation.

Grand Avenue Club (GAC) offers adults who experience mental illnesses an array of opportunities 365 days a year. Program participants are members of a community with a place to come, meaningful work, and meaningful relationships. GAC members work alongside a small but dedicated staff to run GAC and are involved in every aspect of work.

What makes us unique:

  • The expectation that members can be productive and contribute to the community.
  • The assumption that our community needs and values our members.
  • The idea that when members work, go to school, vote, take an interest in social issues, and participate in cultural and recreational life, they take their rightful place in society.