W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation believes in the power of thriving children, growing up in stable families that are part of strong, vibrant communities. The Foundation is unwilling to accept a second-class future for the 30 million children in the United States growing up in families that can’t make ends meet; these are the children on the bottom rung of the economic ladder who end up in the lower tier on every possible indicator. Focusing significant grantmaking and programmatic resources in the areas of Family Income and Assets, Community Assets, Education and Learning, Food, Health, and Well-Being, and Civic and Philanthropic Engagement, the Kellogg Foundation works to strengthen families and communities to transform children’s immediate surroundings so that they can thrive.
Established in 1930 by cereal pioneer W.K. Kellogg and today one of the world’s largest private foundations, the Foundation’s programming has evolved over the years, striving to remain innovative and responsive to the ever-changing needs of society. The Foundation has recently restated its commitment to vulnerable children and families and has developed a strategic framework to drive its work into the future. During this exciting time of evolution, the Foundation is committed to having the very best possible team in place to maximize its impact.
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