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.
He's now an Operation Fit support manager for the Battle Creek Community Foundation. Percy Bean, a 1980 graduate and owner of four Popeye's Chicken &amp; Biscuits franchises. Bean also volunteers...more
... 84 percent of those students come from low-income families. "Poverty is our biggest enemy and we know poverty substantial affects a minority populations in our county. Discrepancies within...more
Battle Creek Community Foundation President Brenda Hunt sent in a letter of recommendation encouraging Andert's nomination. “Justin is a an excellent example of someone taking an idea and making it...more
Family members set up a memorial fund through the Battle Creek Community Foundation. Clovis Bordeaux, with the Battle Creek Community Foundation, said, “There was some outreach from the community...more