Strengthening Communities Around The World
The 306 Foundation is focused on improving communities through local leader partnerships and consultative networking with interested organizations and individuals in at-risk areas worldwide. 306 Foundation programs and partnerships are focused on healthcare, education and equal access to community resources.
Who We Are
The 306 Foundation is a 501(c)3, not-for-profit organization focused on creatively engaging the whole community to address the systemic underlying thoughts, attitudes & challenges surrounding at-risk communities.
We’re compelled by the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who upheld the principles of dignity and equity when he traveled to Memphis in 1968, to advocate on behalf of the black sanitation workers there. He spent the last night of his life in the Lorraine Motel, room 306.
The 306 Foundation assists women and children in at-risk areas of the world. We work with governments, businesses, and residents to identify problems, find assistance, and encourage solutions.