Items Tagged with 'W.K. Kellogg Foundation'


Nonprofit wins $475K grant from foundation

June 17, 2015
A nonprofit has just received its largest donation ever. Read More

W.K. Kellogg Foundation releases 'Business Case for Racial Equity in Michigan'

June 15, 2015
Racial inequality in Michigan has a multi-billion-dollar impact on the state, according to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Altarum Institute. Read More

Grand Rapids receives $103K grant for low-income jobs initiative

May 25, 2015
The city of Grand Rapids has been awarded a $103,963 research and planning grant from a foundation for its Jobs Initiative. Read More

Kellogg survey reveals optimism in Latino community

November 21, 2014
A national poll conducted by Latino Decisions for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation revealed that, despite concerns of increasing discrimination and inequities for Latinos and their families in the United States, there is a prevailing sense of optimism about the future. Read More

Kellogg Foundation names COO

September 23, 2014
The new chief operating officer at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation has more than 20 years of consulting experience and once served on a presidential transition team. Read More

Foundation awards MSU $6M for food programs

August 29, 2014
| By AP
A local foundation has awarded Michigan State University $6 million in grants for research and outreach programs to promote access to healthy food in the state. Read More

Foundation names directors

August 7, 2014
A foundation has named three new directors to its team. Read More

Foundation awards $354K for summer youth employment programs

July 8, 2014
A foundation is helping West Michigan's youth have a more productive summer. Read More

Kellogg Foundation names VP of information systems and technology

June 18, 2014
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has named a new vice president of information systems and technology. Read More

Nonprofit wins $2.4M grant for families in poverty

June 4, 2014
A foundation is committing $2.4 million to a local nonprofit to help “raise vulnerable children and families out of poverty” in Grand Rapids’ neighborhoods. Read More