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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.

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.

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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.

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  • Celebrating Black History Month :)

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Greetings readers ๐Ÿ™‚ their is always a cause or a solution we have to be forever mindful of when it comes to the issues and concerns that are  close to our hearts. This entire month will be a salute to Black History month lol 65 Max Foundation Inc. will be acknowledging my culture of Black excellence and accomplishments   of achievements by African Americans,  and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history

I am very proud how we are striving towards change as a culture ๐Ÿ™‚ implementing diversity no matter what the odds that we face.  Who loves potato chips lol I do absolutely. I was amazed when I read about George Crum born George Speck, 1824โ€“1914) was a renowned African American chef who worked at Moonโ€™s Lake House in New York during the mid-1800s. According to culinary legend, Crum invented the potato chip during his work at the restaurant. George Speck was born to parents Abraham Speck and Diana Tull on July 15, 1824. He grew up in upstate New York and, in the 1850s, was hired at Moon’s Lake House, a high-end restaurant that catered to wealthy Manhattan families. 

George Crum was able to make magic out of one man’s discontent. In 1853, Crum was working as a chef at a resort in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. A customer sent his dish of french fries back to the kitchen, claiming that they were too thick, too mushy and not salty enough. Crum, in an irritated fit, cut the potatoes as thinly as possible, fried them until they were burnt crisps, and threw a generous handful of salt on top. He sent the plate out to the customer, hoping to teach the patron a thing or two about complaining.However, the customer loved the crisp chips, and soon the dish was one of the most popular things on the menu. In 1860, when Crum opened up his own restaurant, every table received a bowl of chips. Crum never patented his invention, nor was he the one who bagged them and began selling them in grocery stores, but junk food lovers the world over still have him to thank for this crunchy treat.

For us all  the legendary Mr. George Crum has lead the way ๐Ÿ™‚ with grace and stance he will always be in my eyes, one of the kings who sat at  the table  who made one of the my favorite chips that I will never give up !!! I leave  you with a Black history quote, and until next time readers as always I hope you are following the road of light….

Quote : At the end of the day’ it’s not about what you have or even what you accomplished. It’s about what you” ve done ! with those accomplishments. It’s about who you lifted up, who you”ve made better, it’s about what you”ve given back ๐Ÿ™‚                            “Denzel Washington”

 

Their is no questionable stance of who I am today, a fearless phenomenal girl who Rocks ๐Ÿ™‚ until next time readers remember that culture is what makes the economy blossom have a wonderful February 2020 from a True Sapphire herself Pamela L Henderson (Founder)  I am very much Inspired by the information I am reading ๐Ÿ™‚ and thankful I am part of the rainbow yes ! yesterday was  my Birthday and I am celebrating who I am crossing bridges and journeying on being my true self shaking hands and establishing partnerships I am one of Gods Jewels yes I am a Sapphire who shines among st the stars….

โ€œI refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a realityโ€ฆ. I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.โ€
โ€”Martin Luther King, Jr.

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