A 501(c)(3), Nonprofit Organization

Kareem K.W.O.E. Wells has been involved in a myriad of projects promoting peace & unity, seeking to help kids reject violence throughout Chicago. Through his fundraising efforts, motivational speaking as well as through his musical talents as an artist, K.W.O.E. spreads his message of hope to middle schoolers in urban neighborhoods that will inspire them to change their lives for the better. Through the K.W.O.E. Theory of Change the Foundation curates resources, teaches life skills and generates opportunities.

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The K.W.O.E. Foundation is taking donations via Zelle & PayPal.

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“Through my music and public appearances, I encourage young people to end the cycle of violence plaguing Chicago neighborhoods. When I speak to the kids I use my music and life experiences to inspire others to make the right decisions and overcome any challenges that the world may offer.”

– K.W.O.E.

INITIATIVES

WeUP is a new initiative providing youth with entrepreneurial networking opportunities while helping black-owned businesses in their communities scale and create generational wealth. All donations towards this cause will be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law through the K.W.O.E. Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  

 

In support of much needed change further exposed during this global pandemic, the K.W.O.E. Foundation has developed the WeUP initiative. In furtherance of the Foundation’s mission to empower youth & emerging adults in underserved communities, we are moving toward a goal of strengthening Black owned businesses to address the wealth gap as the underlying cause of inequity in their communities. With the assistance of legendary Chicago Journalist Robin Robinson & her company Birdland Media, we will engage community businesses and provide educational experiences to embolden youth with an entrepreneurial spirit. This initiative is intended to create specific learning opportunities for cohorts of young people to network with the business operators & gain a real understanding of the entrepreneurial process & become a part of changing the direction to strengthen their community economy.

WeUP website

PARTIES WITH PURPOSE

K.W.O.E. has collaborated on projects with local organizations including, Communities in Schools, I Grow Chicago, R.A.G.E. & EmergeNext.

FOUNDATION PROJECTS

K.W.O.E. has collaborated on projects with local organizations including, Communities in Schools, I Grow Chicago, R.A.G.E. & EmergeNext.

  • K.W.O.E. Foundation Holiday Drive
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  • PartySlate Impact Award - Giving Tuesday
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  • K.W.O.E. Foundation & CHAMPS Mentoring
  • K.W.O.E. Foundation x R.A.G.E
  • K.W.O.E. Foundation Gives Back at I Grow Chicago
  • K.W.O.E. Foundation Partners with Tiege Hanley
  • Michele Clark Magnet High School
  • Burnham Math & Science Academy

OUR PARTNERS

BAM
Bishop City
By The Hand Club
Chicago Public Schools
Chicago Tutoring
Children’s Home + Aid
CPD 11th District

Englewood 5K
GiGi’s Playhouse
Horace Mann
Living Consciously TV
The Mildred Franks Foundation
Northwestern University-Youth Impact Camp
O’Toole School
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Options 4 Youth

Our House Shelter
Peace Parties
Safe Cities
Speak Peace Spoken Word Camp
Umbrellas for Peace
Universoul Circus
Weissbluth Pediatrics

Contact K.W.O.E. Foundation

Contact the K.W.O.E. Foundation’s for more information about creating a positive force in ending the violence plaguing Chicago.