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.
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Greetings readers, today is a very special day 🙂 it is Honored by One Of America Civil Rights Leaders Dr. Happy Martin Luther 🙂 “I Have a Dream” is a public speech that was delivered during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, in which he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States. I remember when I was 15 years old and my mother had the resources for me to work in the summer also being able to seek other (OJT) resources that has allowed me to continue my journey through the challenges and obstacles and betrayal that taught me to become the Sapphire I am today. The speech lasted 17 minutes and is widely considered to have been drafted in New York and then in Washington in the hours before the rally. 3) As a result of the speech, Dr King was named Man of the Year by Time Magazine in 1963, and won the Nobel Peace Prize the following year. The “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered by Martin Luther King, Jr. before a crowd of some 250,000 people at the 1963 March on Washington, remains one of the most famous speeches in history. https://youtu.be/48ur-u8abiQ
It is very important that all cultures of color stand together as Pastor Jamal Bryant of New Birth Missionary baptist Church who has demonstrated that he leads by example, helping not only the community in Atlanta Georgia and Internationally. Today’s speech hosted by the honorable Rev Al Sharpton who is a Civil Rights activist who Inspired the world Globally honoring a cause that he and other civil rights leaders, have fought for over many years 🙂 my focus as a leader is to connect with like minded leaders who can help me lead my foundation to new adventures opening doors throughout needed communities and abroad. To help our Jewels to overcome life changing experiences taking responsibility for themselves to get back on their feet emotionally, mentally and physically up holding Integrity, Confidence and self esteem 🙂 through the training mentoring/ Internships that the foundation has to offer, by building and teaching the customer service skills that is required to move forward towards Social growth 🙂 that creates jobs 🙂 I am humbled to the leaders I have came across on my journey and to every mentor God has ordered to strengthen me towards this next chapter in my life. I hope every Jewel in this world to be inspired by the doors and resources that are available to you and it starts here # 65 Max Foundation Inc. click on the video and follow the road lol until next time readers I leave with this quote….. From a true Sapphire !
‘ Today’s Quote’
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Martin Luther King, Jr.