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.
1. Creating and sustaining relationships as part of a local, regional and national coalition-driven approach to help victims and survivors of crimes.
2. Reaching out to victims and service providers through education outreach, support services, media, internet, literature to help victims rebuild their lives.
3. Advocating for victims rights and protection under the law.
4. Building and sustaining an infrastructure dedicated to interacting with organizations, both public and private, for the purposes of coalition building in the area of victims’ services.
1. Work to prevent, intervene, and bring awareness to crime and acts of violence (Mass Killings, suicide, domestic, gun and gang violence) through a coordinated, collaborative and proactive approach.
2. Provide support networks and safe havens for victims and survivors of crime as they cope with traumatic experiences and rebuild their lives.
3. Strategically partner and bring awareness to victims and survivors of war, heinous crimes, molestation, human trafficking, rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse.
4. Protect and advocate for children worldwide.