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The W.K. Kellogg Foundation's annual snapshot 2021 highlights its record-breaking year of grantmaking, during which the foundation awarded more than $483 million in new grant commitments, the largest amount ever in its 91-year history, which included $232 million of its $300 million social impact bond commitment, announced in October 2020. It also features leadership editorials from La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO; Celeste A. Clark, board chair and Don Williamson, vice president for finance and treasurer, alongside the grantmaking and financial statements for its fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 2021. The annual snapshot is available in English, Haitian Creole and Spanish at https://everychildthrives.com/2021-annual-snapshot/.
Lakou Kajou is an educational media program produced in Port-au-Prince,Haiti. Targeted to pre-primary and early primary grade learners, the series presents core academic objectives (including literacy, numeracy and science), along with messages related to socio-emotional and physical wellbeing and transversal messages of gender equity, inclusion and cultural pride. Each of the series 15 episodes focuses on a different educational theme
The hospital provides primary care services to about 185,000 people in Mirebalais and two nearby communities. But patients from a much wider area—all of central Haiti and areas in and around Port-au-Prince—can also receive secondary and tertiary care. We see as many as 700 patients every day in our ambulatory clinics. Learn more here.
A final, comprehensive report on our findings and new guidelines, in collaboration with the Model School Network.
Schools for Children of the World has completed new Minimum School Facility Design Guidelines, which will be implemented on all future school improvement projects. A facility assessment of all Model School Network
Explore seven grantee stories, letters from our leaders and a look at our Year in Review – each reaffirming WKKF priorities of thriving children, working families and equitable communities, while highlighting the many levels of dynamic interconnections, essential to lasting change.
The Hauser Institute conducted a new study exploring the value, parameters, and sustainability of a Haiti Funders Forum. In collaboration with The Haiti Fund at the Boston Foundation and with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, researchers Paula Johnson and Colleen Kelly conducted a series of conversations with funder network leaders, individual interviews with Haiti funders, and a survey of a broad range of funders and other constituents to analyze and assess the potential activities and operational issues of a forum. The creation of a Haiti Funders Forum would aim to increase the effectiveness of philanthropy in Haiti by promoting information sharing, networking, and collaboration among grantmakers and social investors and through advocacy for increased philanthropy to and within the country. The report summarizes the findings and makes recommendations on a Forum's values, mission, and goals; functions and activities; and institutional and operational aspects.
Condensed and combined financial information for the years ended Aug. 31, 2013 and 2012.
During the past fiscal year, Sept. 1, 2011, through Aug. 31, 2012, WKKF made $380,499,647 in new commitments to 808 new projects and paid grant and program expenditures of $304,338,072 to its 2,019 active projects.
1998 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Annual Report
1995 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Annual Report.
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