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Kresge Early Years for Success (KEYS): Detroit An initiative to reimagine the city’s neighborhoods by putting the essential building blocks in place that will support the healthy development of young children and prepare them for educational success
What We Fund
Comprehensive Early Childhood Centers
Capacity Building
Systems Coordination
Field Advancement
Funding Strategies in Detroit

Through KEYS: Detroit, Kresge makes investments in four strategy areas.

Capacity building: Supporting the development of early childhood families, practitioners, leaders and organizations to support the ecosystem.

Systems coordination: Coordinating citywide systems that support early childhood organizations.

Field advancement: Bringing national best practices to our city and developing tools to advocate for policies that advance the early childhood work in Detroit.

Comprehensive early childhood centers: Learning from successful models to elevate comprehensive early childhood centers that convey the dignity of our young children, their families and communities. Kresge's investments in those four strategies align with the Hope Starts Here framework's imperatives and strategies.

Systems Coordination: Hope Starts Here citywide engagement
Through Hope Starts Here, a joint initaitive of Kresge and the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, more than 18,000 Detroiters engaged in a community visioning and planning process that landed on six imperatives and 15 strategies to activate on a path toward making Detroit a place where children come first by 2020.
Capacity Building: Neighborhoods small grants program
Through a $470,000 grant to Prevention Network, Kresge is helping to launch a neighborhood-based small grants program to fund small scale projects and prototypes inspired by the Hope Starts Here Community Framework.
Text to give through United Way
If you'd like to support the efforts to improve child outcomes through the Hope Starts Here framework, text the amount of your support to the United Way at XXXXXXX. All donations through December 31st will be matched by Kresge and Kellogg.
Comprehensive Centers: Learning Spaces
The supply of quality facilities in Detroit is a major barrier to the numbers of available early childcare slots. Through the Learning Spaces program at IFF, current providers can receive grants to renovate, improve or expand their spaces, so they can serve more children in higher quality environments. Learn more on IFF's website.
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