Support WMUK during the spring fundraising drive (March 27- April 3) & the Kalamazoo Community Foundation will make a matching donation to Urban Alliance.


At Urban Alliance, our goal is to foster and promote community development programs within urban communities. Since its inception, Urban Alliance has fostered many positive programs, beginning in Kalamazoo County through various partnerships. The goal of Urban Alliance, Inc. is not to duplicate services but rather to work with people and organizations that have creative ideas on how to fill service gaps within their community.


One time we asked the founder of Urban Alliance, Nate Bull, to describe why he started Urban Alliance in one word. Of course, Nate being Nate, he said there were two words. His words were Love and Justice.


We believe that everyone is valuable, that everyone is worth investing in, that everyone needs to be loved and pursued. Love breaks down walls, love builds bridges, and love lays the foundation for transformation.


Bryan Stevenson once said: The absence of poverty is justice. These wonderful people we work with, need us to walk alongside them, assist them, encourage them, and together we can break down the systems that have held them back. We believe the biggest force of change is an empowered hopeful individual, when you see that, you see justice.

Stories of Transformation

Momentum Production Tech Academy May 2016 Graduates This video powerfully highlights 6 of the 11 graduates of The Momentum Production Tech Academy. The Production Technical Academy was the first ever partnership between KVCC the Groves and Urban Alliance- Momentum Program....

Johnny on why invest in Urban Alliance Johnny came to the Momentum program while he was still on parole. He is originally from the south side of Chicago, but, he was stuck in Kalamazoo as a condition of his parole. Johnny spent much of his life in the gangs of...

So now that you know a little bit about us, help us Impact the lives of our community today!

News & Announcements

WWMT: The Lori Moore Show [video]

Lori’s guests for our first segment today are Community nvestment Manager with the Kalamazoo Community Foundation, David Feaster, and Executive Director of Urban Alliance Luke Kujacznski.

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KVCC Focus: Career Academy Collaborates

For the first time in her life, Debbie Kline says she has hope for the future. The 30-year-old St. Joseph County native just completed training in the Momentum program offered by Urban Alliance in the Edison neighborhood and the Production Technician Academy at...

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Volunteer Opportunities at Urban Alliance

Thank you so much for considering how you can assist us in transforming urban communities. If you have items you would like to donate or purchase for us, we need your help. Contact us for way to get involved.