The Battle Creek Community Foundation is a public foundation built by individuals, families and businesses that care about their community. These groups donate their time and resources to make Battle Creek a better place to live - today and in the future.
The Battle Creek Community Foundation was founded in 1974 by Leonard White, Robert B. Miller, and Harry Davidson. Their goal was to create a way for people of all means to be able to give back to their community.
Now a Kellogg Community College student and part-time graphic designer for the Battle Creek Community Foundation, Pugh does most of his work in his two-bedroom apartment on North Avenue. But last...more
Former Battle Creek Public Schools board member William Burton and Shanay Settles, a former board member of the Battle Creek Community Foundation, were appointed by Gray. Robert Whitfield, current...more
Brenda Hunt couldn't hold back the tears Thursday morning talking about how much she cares for students in the Battle Creek Public Schools. Then the president and CEO of the Battle Creek Community...more
The Kool Family Center, renamed in his and his son's honor in 2015 by the Battle Creek Community Foundation, was Preston Kool's brainchild, modeled after a similar facility in Holland, according to...more
Anyone who missed the boxes and the event can also donate to the Battle Creek Community Foundation's Battle Creek Police Department Law Enforcement Community Education Community Project Fund through...more