Oakland County Children's Village Foundation
1200 N Telegraph Road
63 West
Pontiac, MI 48341

2016 Art and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) Grant Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) GRANT

“The Foundation is grateful to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and to the National Endowment for the Arts for this award. The project provides the children and youth of the Children’s Village with the chance to experience arts education, and the local arts community. Project services will occur in the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center professional art studios, in classes created specifically for the children. The professional art studio environment facilitates learning and growing, as well as respect for diversity,” said Kelly Lewis, President, Oakland County Children’s Village Foundation.

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Healthy Breakfast for Kids

February, 2015, Press Release

Oakland County Children’s Village Foundation is awarded $2500 by the Chef Ann Foundation HEALTHY BREAKFAST FOR KIDS grant.

The mission of the Chef Ann Foundation is to provide tools that help schools serve children healthy and delicious scratch-cooked meals made with fresh whole food. Through its grants, the Chef Ann Foundation is able to award equipment funding to schools that are committed to making real positive changes to their food programs.

The Children’s Village Foundation used this grant award money to purchase badly needed replacement equipment for the Children’s Village base kitchen: ten cambro pan carriers, one cambro pan carrier dolly, one stainless steel full size pan, and one stainless steel full size lid. This equipment is used to transport hot and cold food to the multiple buildings on the 50 acre facility campus.

Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) GRANT

“The Foundation is grateful to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and to the National Endowment for the Arts for this award. The project provides the children and youth of the Children’s Village with the chance to experience arts education, and the local arts community. Project services will occur in the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center professional art studios, in classes created specifically for the children. The professional art studio environment facilitates learning and growing, as well as respect for diversity,” said Kelly Lewis, President, Oakland County Children’s Village Foundation.

For more information Click MCACA Grant