Kelloggsville Education Foundation

What is the KEF?

The Kelloggsville Education Foundation (KEF) was incorporated in 2005 for the purpose of supplementing and enriching the education programs of the Kelloggsville Public Schools District.

The Foundation:

  • Is a non-profit, tax-exempt autonomous foundation
  • Seeks to finance educational programs not funded through the District's operational budget
  • Is dedicated to funding new avenues to continually improve our children's educational experience
  • Will, with enough support, help fund innovative educational projects
  • Provide financial grants to qualified students of the Kelloggsville Public School District to assist them in postgraduate educational opportunities
  • Create teacher mini-grants to supplement classroom needs

How does the KEF work?

A Board of Directors manages the Foundation and its revenues, expenses, and activities.

The Board sets goals, establishes guidelines for funding, reviews requests for funds, and determines requests to approve, and oversees all financial transactions for the foundation.

How can I/we donate to the KEF?

The Kelloggsville Education Foundation is dependent on private donations. Contributions are welcome and appreciated and may be made to the Foundation. Contributions will have certain tax deductions as the Foundation is tax-exempt and non-profit.

Kelloggsville Education Foundation
242 52nd St. SE
Kentwood, MI 49548
(616) 538-7460