Battle Creek Community Foundation Grant



Organization - Battle Creek Community Foundation
Grant Amount - $41,500
Foundation - Kellogg Foundation
Grant Purpose - create and sustain a unified leadership network that identifies opportunities for a collective effort to improve the quality of life in Battle Creek.


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