Programs We Fund
The Foundation funds qualified tax exempt organizations that have a current Section 501 (c) 3 status with the IRS.
Education has the ability to provide pathways to improved living standards, eliminate or circumvent poverty, and to provide a sense of self-sufficiency, accomplishment and independence. The Foundation seeks to provide funds for the following purposes:
- to improve programming and curriculum
- to expand programing by purchasing equipment or upgrading facilities
- to make scholarships available to schools that require applicants to maintain high levels of performance.
The Foundation offers support to a variety of educational organizations, especially schools affiliated with Faith-based organizations, including:
- Nursery Schools
- Primary Schools
- Secondary Schools
- Technical Schools
- Military Academies
- Vocational Schools
- Colleges & Universities
- Law Schools
- Medical Schools
- Business Schools
This includes recreational, athletic or music-related organizations that run year-round or summer programs.
The Foundation seeks to assist organizations that run programs which supply healthy and wholesome activities and training for all ages, but especially children and young adults. Our goal is for the recipients to learn a sport, craft, instrument or science and the skills and disciplines associated with those activities in a nurturing atmosphere. We also support the creation or expansion of facilities to house the below activities especially in low-income areas.
- Summer Camps
- Exercise Classes
- Athletic Programs
- Music Programs
- Science Learning Projects
- Programs for At-Risk Youth
- After-School Programs
- Experiential Education Programs
- Parks & Recreation Facilities
The Foundation dedicates support in the improvement of medical services to communities lacking adequate medical resources (including, but not limited to low-income areas, and locations affected by natural disasters) through the purchase of equipment, the funding of health programs and clinics, or the establishment of facilities that can provide these services. We also provide support to organizations that respond to a state of emergency.
The Foundation also provides funding for research to organizations and programs which share common tenets with our philosophy and mission.
- Nursery & Preschool Medical Care
- Addiction Counseling & Therapy
- Rehabilitation Programs
- Medical Research
- Disaster Relief
- Wounded Veterans Programs
- Senior Care
- Medical Clinics
Faith-based programs are generally run by churches and other non-denominational non-profit organizations, but are centered on providing help for all aspects of wellness: Spiritual, Emotional, Intellectual, Vocational, Environmental, Social and Physical, through the teachings of God’s word. The Foundation supports programs and initiatives such as:
Food for those identified as in need, facing temporary financial hardship, or homeless, including programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, school lunches, and meals for seniors.
Housing for those needing shelter, including, but not limited to, the establishment of homes and orphanages. This also includes temporary housing required due to a natural or man-made disaster, especially when affiliated with a faith-based group.
Hospitals or clinics that are privately operated or affiliated with not-for-profit entities that care for those who are unable to pay for necessary medical care.
Other Possible Programs:
- Working Parent Daycare & Nursery School
- Domestic Abuse Counseling
- Victims of Domestic Abuse Support Programs
- Drug, Alcohol, or Gambling Rehabilitation & Counseling
- Persons with Disabilities
- Prison Rehabilitation & Education Programs
- Support for US Armed Forces Veterans
- Wounded Veteran Programs
- Individual & Marital Counseling
- Single Parent Support Programs