The William Kellibrew Foundation is a national organization that focuses on sexual assault, domestic violence, trauma and resiliency through training and technical assistance and supports policies that shift the culture of serving victims and survivors.

Event Spotlight

11th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert


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or in person on 12/10/22 at 6:00pm ET.

Click here to view The WKF 2022 Program

Event Spotlight

10th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert

'Still We Rise, Still We Sing'

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or in person on 12/10/21 at 6:00pm ET.

9th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert

'Be The One: The Key to Restoring Hope'

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8th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert

'Voices of Strength'

7th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert
'Be The One: The Key to Healing'

6th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert 
'Instruments of Resilience' 

5th Annual Holiday & Benefit Concert 
'Joy, One Song At a Time'

Passing of Clarence Davis 

Co-Founder of William Kellibrew Foundation




On Wednesday, June 15th, 2016 Clarence Davis of Washington, D.C. passed away. 

Beloved husband of Barbara Harvey-Davis; devoted brother of Pearl Davis and Leola Davis of Tampa, FL, George of Miami, FL and Geraldine Leslie (Ronal) of Pensacola, FL. He is also survived by three loving stepdaughters, Crystal, Michelle and Patricia Harvey (Setondji Began) and one stepson, Wayne Harvey. He is also survived by two sisters-in-law, Edith Frazier (Sylvester) and Maxine Upshur, nieces, nephews and a host of friends. 

A funeral service to celebrate Clarence's life will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2016, at Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel, Howard University, Sixth and Howard Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. Viewing at 9:00a.m. until time of service at 11:00a.m. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. service at 10:30a.m. 

Internment, Port St. Joe, Florida. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that tribute donations be made to Florida Memorial University, Miami, FL, in Clarence's honor. 

Clarence Davis and Barbara Harvey-Davis founded the William Kellibrew Foundation in 2007, named in honour of William Kellibrew and the significant work Kellibrew embarked upon on the campus of the University of the District of Columbia. They both started the Foundation to provide support to individuals who had barriers to pursuing the educational pursuits. Their work on the board facilitated a movement and today, the Foundation has been honoured for its work around violence, trauma, education and leadership. From the White House to the dark rooms and streets where victimization happens, the Foundation continues to live out the founder's intended mission to serve others. 

The WKF family is deeply saddened by the loss of such a hero and giant in the movement of freedom, justice, and equality. 

We will miss you Clarence.

Professional services by R.N. Horton Co. Morticians, Inc. 

22 April 2016 - Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance

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10 April 2016 - 3rd Annual Standard of Living Honors 

William Kellibrew presented with Standard of Living Honor 'Trailblazer' Award on behalf of the William Kellibrew Foundation by the 2016 Cadillac CT6 and Capitol Cadillac

Click photo above to view a video summation of the 2016 3rd Annual Standard of Living Honors.

7 April 2016 - Distinguished Lecture Series Presents: 

'Journey From Tragedy to Resiliency' 

December 2015 - Fourth Annual Holiday Concert

October - Domestic Violence Awareness Month


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