Thank you for partnering with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in our mutual effort to create the conditions that propel vulnerable children to success. Like you, we know that this is complex, vitally important work. Making progress requires not only resources, but the commitment, insight, creativity and hard work of multiple stakeholders, including grantees like you. We’re prepared and eager to help you and your work be as impactful as possible. On these pages, we’ve assembled a variety of resources that may be useful to you.
You probably already know something of the foundation. But if you or members of your team need additional information you’ll find links to our mission, vision and values on the pages describing Who We Are. There you’ll also find links to information on our founder, history, people and current financials.
Announcing Your Grant
We are strong believers in the power of communication generally, and the media in particular to help achieve our mutual goals, and we want to help you harness that power. Download these helpful guidelines for using the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s name and for writing an effective news release about your grant.
Racial Equity in Governance and Management
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation considers the governance and management of its grantee organizations to be determining factors for effectiveness and impact. We encourage grantee organizations to have, or be working toward, a composition of board and senior staff that is diverse and reflective of the racial and ethnic demographics of the children, families and communities they serve.
Our Grantee Network
While your work is distinct, our partnership is part of an integrated strategy on behalf of vulnerable children and their families. As a grantee, you’re also a member of an extensive network of grantees contributing to that strategy in various areas:
Connect with WKKF and other Grantees
Many of our grantees are active in social media and engage with WKKF and one another in several places. We encourage you to like and follow the following Facebook and Twitter accounts so you can stay on top of what’s new.
Your program officer will continue to be your main point of contact with the foundation.
But should you need additional information, please see our Contact Us information here.
Thank you for being part of our grantee network!