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.
“This collaborative endeavor which includes university, philanthropic and community partners is one of many ongoing ... on the project in tandem with Auburn assistant professor of philanthropy and...more
Rey Faustino, who experienced poverty and had to make ends meet to help his struggling family, has launched San Francisco-based One Degree, a free website that connects economically disadvantaged people with nonprofits and charities.