In the spirit of giving back to our community, Coleman & Williams, ltd. supports these organizations in several ways to help improve the community.

Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC)

WWBIC is a statewide economic development corporation that provides business education and financing to Wisconsin's entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Coleman & Williams, Ltd. provides support to WWBIC and members participate in an annual luncheon.

Neighborhood House of Milwaukee

This organization provides early childhood services and after school programs for Milwaukee's youth. They also offer adult and family programs for people of all ages.

Firm members support and attend their annual fundraising dinner.


New Beginnings Are Possible

New Beginnings Are Possible provides urban youth exposed to at-risk conditions in Milwaukee with a moral foundation needed to make healthy choices.

Firm members support and attend their annual fundraising dinner.


Wisconsin Community Services

WCS provides the opportunities that individuals need to overcome their adversity and, when possible, make their own situation, and that of those around them, better.


Young Entrepreneurial Scholars (YES) Program

The YES Program is a year-long effort to recruit and sustain students' interest in the field of accounting by exposing them to the many facets of the profession. It is a collaborative program of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Milwaukee Chapter, the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (WICPA), and the Pre-College Divisions of the University of Wisconsin (UW) Oshkosh and Milwaukee. The Young Entrepreneurial Scholars Program was established by Mr. William Coleman, Dr. Muriel Hawkins, Mr. Leroy Schmidt, and Mr. Allan Hartman to give qualified minority high school students a career-enhancing experience through exposures into accounting and other business professions.

Firm members help coordinate this program and work directly with the students in the office and in the field.