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Kids’ Food Basket has received a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation that totals, $633,789 for three years. The grant will be used to decrease food insecurity to vulnerable elementary school children in our community, while creating financial sustainability, increase diversity in all areas within the organization, and help launch the growth of the Kids Helping Kids program.
On April 23, KFB started providing children, at Martin Luther King Junior Elementary School in the Muskegon Heights district, ages five to eight, the signature nutritious ‘Sack Supper’. As KFB’s work in Grand Rapids grew, serving 35 sites and over 4,800 children daily, the organization became aware of acute needs in neighboring communities.
Kids’ Food Basket (KFB) was one of three recipients recognized by Palace Sports & Entertainment and Detroit Pistons for outstanding volunteerism in the community.
Kids’ Food Basket is seeking young leaders to join their Youth Action Board and Junior
Kids’ Food Basket (KFB) will take delivery of their new Toyota Tundra
at 10am Friday, November 4, 2011 at Kool Toyota on Plainfield Avenue in Grand Rapids as a result of winning
Toyota’s national “100 Cars for Good” contest in August.