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P.O. Box 382,

Brunswick, ME 04011 USA

 

HKBFuture@gmail.com

 

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OUR PARTNERS

Our work would not be possible without the incredible support of our partners in Zambia and around the world. 

Calypso is a strategic brand identity agency. Based in Portsmouth, NH, they craft marketing strategies that position brands for growth.

The Cordes Foundation connect social entrepreneurs with the resources they need, convene events to strengthen the ecosystems of impact investing and social entrepreneurship, and catalyze 100% of our balance sheet for impact. HK/BF President, Lonnie Hackett, is a 2018 cordes fellow.

CRI is private foundation focused on health equity in sub-Saharan Africa. HK/BF joined CRI's portfolio in July of 2018.

Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation (DRKF) is a global venture philanthropy firm supporting early stage, high impact social enterprises. HK/BF joined DRKF's portfolio in  2019.

The David Weekley Family Foundation (DWFF) partner with organizations that use funds effectively, that do the most with the least, always being respectful and encouraging to those they serve. HK/BF joined DWFF's portfolio in 2019.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is dedicated to advancing the public's health through learning, discovery, and communication. HK/BF partnered with faculty and graduate students from the school to complete a controlled evaluation of its programs.  

Hawk Rock Foundation

The Hawk Rock Foundation was one of HK/BF's earliest supporters, and remain as an instrumental partner in facilitating the continued scale-up of our operations throughout Zambia. HK/BF has been a member of Hawk Rock's portfolio since 2016.

Mulago finds and funds high-performance organizations that tackle the basic needs of the very poor. HK/BF President, Lonnie Hackett, joined Mulago's Rainer Arnhold Fellowship in 2017, while HK/BF joined Mulago's portfolio in 2018. 

Karakin Foundation

The Karakin Foundation has provided generous support to HK/BF as we expand our school health programs in Zambia.  HK/BF has been funded by the Karakin Foundation since 2018.

Ministry of Education

The mission of the Ministry of Education (MOE) is to guide the provision of education for all Zambians so that they are able to pursue knowledge and skills, manifest excellence in performance and moral uprightness, defend democratic ideals, and accept and value other persons. 

Princeton in Africa (PiAf) develops young leaders committed to Africa’s advancement by offering yearlong fellowship opportunities with a variety of organizations that work across the African continent. HK/BF began hosting PiAf fellows in 2018.

Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health's mission is to provide equitable access to cost effective, quality health services as close to the family as possible. Their ultimate goal is to improve the health status of people in Zambia in order to contribute to increased productivity and socio-economic development. 

The mission of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International is to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. HK/BF has received support from thousands of Rotarians and been the recipient of two Global Grants.

Healthy Kids/ Brighter Future founder Lonnie Hackett has received the Samuel Huntington Public Service Award, which was established in partnership with the National Grid to support projects in public service.

The Segal Family Foundation (SFF) supports African-led, grassroots non-governmental organizations (NGOs). HK/BF has been a member of SFF's portfolio since 2016.