The William Kellibrew Foundation

The William Kellibrew Foundation The WKF believes a collective, coordinated and proactive approach is needed to bring peace to our homes, our country and our world. We work to bring stakeholders like law enforcement, faith-based institutions, schools, community leaders and members, as well as civic organizations together to raise awareness and, in turn, prevent acts of violence including domestic violence, suicide, gun and gang violence.

Most importantly, the WKF seeks to be a resource for victims and survivors of violent crime as they work to rebuild their lives. The WKF aims to be a major resource for organizations seeking to implement solutions to ending violence and poverty.

Mission: The mission of the William Kellibrew Foundation is to break the cycle of violence and poverty in America and across the globe with a special focus families, women and children by supporting and promoting the arts, mental health, education, mentorship, and passion development for victims and survivors of crime.

01/12/2013

Watch: William Kellibrew LIVE today on FOX News Channel's “America’s News HQ” from 12-1 p.m. ET. It's time to talk about gun violence and what we can do to prevent it!

The William Kellibrew Foundation's cover photo
11/19/2012

The William Kellibrew Foundation's cover photo

Register as a team for the WKF 3-on-3 "Balling for Peace" Tournament - or - Purchase your $3 tickets to show your suppor...
03/26/2012

Register as a team for the WKF 3-on-3 "Balling for Peace" Tournament - or - Purchase your $3 tickets to show your support!! www.TheWKFoundation.org

Howard University's Law School students show their support for Justice to be served for Trayvon Martin
03/21/2012

Howard University's Law School students show their support for Justice to be served for Trayvon Martin

#AmISuspicious? / Howard University School of Law

01/30/2012

The William Kellibrew Foundation is an advocate, bridge and community driven partner dedicated to breaking the cycles of violence and poverty. The WKF harnesses and provides resources to both victims and similarly focused organizations through prevention, intervention, education and outreach. By sharing the stories of survivors we give voice to victims, raise community awareness and empower people working to rebuild their lives, families and communities.

Join William Kellibrew at the National Candlelight Vigil at Shiloh Baptist Church on Jan. 8, 2012 between 5:30pm- 7:30pm...
01/06/2012

Join William Kellibrew at the National Candlelight Vigil at Shiloh Baptist Church on Jan. 8, 2012 between 5:30pm- 7:30pm. Visit www.TheWKFoundation.org for more information!

Recap of 2011 Victims & Survivors Sleep- Out for Peace! We appreciate all of those who came out to show their support.
12/12/2011
Men, women, children and a baby sleep out to end violence

Recap of 2011 Victims & Survivors Sleep- Out for Peace! We appreciate all of those who came out to show their support.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year, women experience about 4.8 million intimate partner related physical assaults and rapes. Men are the victims of about 2.9 million intimate partner related physical assaults.

TONIGHT--- show your support!!
12/09/2011

TONIGHT--- show your support!!

FRIDAY--- We hope to see you at the WKF 4th Annual Victims & Survivors Sleep Out for Peace! During our Candlelight Cerem...
12/05/2011
WKF 4th Annual Sleep-Out for Peace- Dec. 9th

FRIDAY--- We hope to see you at the WKF 4th Annual Victims & Survivors Sleep Out for Peace! During our Candlelight Ceremony at 7:00pm victims and survivors will share their stories and memorialize those we have lost. If you cannot sleep out, it's okay! Simply sign out guest book, enjoy some hot coffee and enjoy the night.

Though the temperatures are expected to drop below freezing in the Nation's Capital Friday night, tough souls will face the elements and sleep outside on the city streets to raise awareness of the plight of victims and survivors of domestic and universal violence.

09/09/2011

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Update: 3rd Annual Victims and Survivors Sleep Out for Peace http://conta.cc/gj5VDD #constantcontact
05/11/2011
Update: 3rd Annual Victims and Survivors Sleep Out for Peace

Update: 3rd Annual Victims and Survivors Sleep Out for Peace http://conta.cc/gj5VDD #constantcontact

Greetings! On behalf of The William Kellibrew Foundation, I would like to thank everyone who supported the Sleep Out this year. Whether you slept out with us, contributed donuts, coffee or hot chocolate or sent a prayer. We felt your presence and we thank you wholeheartedly.

03/30/2011

National Crime Victims' Service Awards Ceremony (NCVRW)
April 8

03/30/2011

National Observance and Candelight Ceremony (NCVRW)
April 7

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1225 Eye St NW
Washington D.C., DC
20005

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