We Restore Lives!
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.
**WKF SPRING INTERNSHIP**
Interested in helping communities while gaining experience in the field of non-profit management? The William Kellibrew Foundation is in search of a dedicated and pro-active intern for the fall semester. The intern will work closely with the executive director, engaging in various roles including research, communications, volunteer organizing, and event planning.
The intern will receive a monthly stipend plus compensation for travel or other expenses related to their duties. Applicants should be able to dedicate 10 to 20 hours a week to their role and must be a current undergraduate student or recent graduate. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. If interested, please send a resume and cover letter outlining your experience and career goals with the subject "WKF FALL INTERN" to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, January 19th.
As the national conversation about violence prevention continues it is important that the voices of those who have been effected are heard.
Each month we will share at least one story in order to build awareness, educate policy makers and help shape the public policy conversation.
"We were experiencing some hard times and we were together on Thanksgiving Day discussing our difficulties and we agreed we were going to meet the next morning and do some shopping for the baby...and I never saw him again, alive."
- Linda Oktach