Our mission is to improve the quality of life by increasing community generosity and involvement.
As a response to the devastating economic fallout from the Economic Great Recession of 2008 where many in the United States of America have suffered great lost. These lost have touched each community aspect of the human plight for stability.Out of the desire to help those who are at the lowest plight in poverty, All Roads Lead 65 Max Foundation is committed to identifying economic resources to direct these funds to other Non-Profit organizations that are delivering direct services to those communities that seek to work together to lift up the sick, the poor, the abandon, and the homeless. Creating financial opportunities for communities to recover economically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. All Roads Lead 65 Max Foundation will seek to assist and aid homeless families, homeless individuals, battered women and children , veterans, foster children, disabled children, and disabled seniors.
Along with utilizing Grant writing as a source to identify funding, along with acts of philanthropy through recruiting sponsorship support from individuals, families, businesses, and major corporation. All Roads Lead 65 Max Foundation will put on Fund raising events around the year to generate additional funds along with donations through philanthropy. These funds will be utilized for scholarships and annual charitable donations to benefit non-profits and individuals in the community who have demonstrated special interest in serving and supporting that community.
Posted By: Administrator 65max
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Greetings readers I hope everyone is having a great hump day:) Have you ever said to yourself what did I do wrong ? yes we all have time to time. during the past year mentoring the youth, I have asked myself that question a couple of times however I come to understand that behavioral habits of a child being mean, bratty as we say or even difficult to understand for the most part by their behavioral issues of not taking responsibility for their actions can be from our emotional connection we have as parents and or grandparents. I was reading a very interesting article written by Kelsey Borresen from the HuffPost news about a child’s behavior or do we realize she is spoiled, or When you tell him no, he yells “I hate you!” loud enough for everyone to hear before launching into one of his regular fits: kicking, screaming, crying. People are glaring at you, and you know what’s going through their minds: “Wow, what a spoiled brat.” you’re not alone. The spoiled child problem appears to be getting worse, too. In fact, 59% of parents think their kids are more spoiled than they were at the same age, according to a 2011 survey from Parenting and Today Moms.Everything revolves around their needs, concerns, feelings, wants, desires, and everyone else takes second place.” lol
I have two children and they both grew up with both parents, grandparents with resources however the road they had taken has not been great for neither one:( Spoiled children may have all the toys and clothes in the world, but it’s never enough: They want more, more, more Because they have now became unappreciative and a bit greedy, this is so true as they are Growing up having tantrums, yellowing and being angry without taking responsibility, this is a eye opener. At 65 Max Foundation our focus is to help each individual to take responsibility for her actions and turn their anger into passion to expose their talent in a positive way 🙂 well readers this is our lesson today and I will continue to pray that my children grow up to become responsible lol mommy is doing the same until next time have a wonderful day:)