We are deeply grateful to Fetzer Institute, the Kalamazoo Community Foundation and the YWCA for their Community Builder sponsorships of our banquet. At the banquet you will see their beautiful ads in the banquet book. Their generous Community Builder sponsorships will enhance and strengthen our interfaith work to create an equitable community in Kalamazoo County.
Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, May 2. Our partners KPS and KRESA are counting on our support to renew this funding for our schools countywide. Renewal of this funding will bring us closer to achieving equity for all our children in Kalamazoo County. Click here for Facts on the May 2 Millage Renewal – […]
Winter is often characterized as a dry and barren season. It is a season where it appears that not much is growing because on the outside things look pretty barren. Even those who enjoy the winter, look forward to a season that brings warmth, sunshine and new growth. A season, where it seems like everything […]
Sign up for the same Gamaliel Leadership Training that Former President Barack Obama participated in when he was a Community Organizer! ISAAC, an affiliate of the Gamaliel Network, is offering Local National Leadership Training that presents the concepts and tools an effective leader needs. It affords a person the opportunity to reflect on participant’s present […]
Tickets for the May 6 Banquet are now available from ISAAC leaders or by calling 269-341-4213. Tables at the Banquet will be “Beloved Community” seating—shared with another congregation or organization—unless you request otherwise. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote, “Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in […]
On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, voters in Kalamazoo Public Schools and all other districts in Kalamazoo County will be asked to vote on the renewal of a 3-year, 1.5 mill property tax to help continue to fund operations of our schools. Q: Is this a new millage or a millage increase? A: No. This […]
* Cradle Kalamazoo is ready to assist pregnant and newborn families in Kalamazoo County to help reduce infant mortality and help all our babies and families thrive! In one phone call, you can help connect a loved one to crucial services to improve health and infant survival. Call 269-888-KIDS (5437) for programs and resources that […]