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Who We Are

The Community Tool Box is a public service of the University of Kansas. It is developed and managed by the KU Work Group for Community Health and Development and partners nationally and internationally. The Community Tool Box is a part of the KU Work Group’s role as a designated World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Community Health and Development. We are especially grateful to our funders and contributors.


The Community Tool Box Team includes KU Work Group staff who share overall responsibility for developing, coordinating, and sustaining activities of the Community Tool Box. Its members include:

Christina Holt

Stephen Fawcett

Vincent Francisco

Jerry Schultz

Bill Berkowitz

Tom Wolff



CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator logo Healthy People 2020 logo Charter Tool Box logo World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa logo
County Health Ranking and Roadmaps logo Unnatural Causes logo Institute of Medicine logo
SCRA Logo KU School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures logo PAHO World Health Organization logo




The Community Tool Box has been created and sustained through grants and donations at the private, university, and corporate level. Our generous sponsors assure tools for change for communities worldwide. With their generous contributions, people on a local and global level can more effectively engage in community work, learning to assess, plan, evaluate, and sustain their efforts.

Many thanks to the following sponsors of the Community Tool Box:

Kansas Health Foundation logo Robert Wood Johnson Foundation logo MacArthur Foundation logo
KU Work Group logo Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation logo




Please contact Christina Holt, Director of the Community Tool Box, at or call (785) 864-0533 to discuss partnering or giving opportunities.