BENEFITING: THE FOUNDATION SCHOOLS
ORGANIZER: THE FOUNDATION SCHOOLS
EVENT: Maryland Gives More 2015
EVENT DATE: Dec 01, 2015
THE FOUNDATION SCHOOLS wrote -
In honor of our 40th birthday, help us provide basic needs for students who face social/emotional challenges and traumas by donating to our Foundation Links program.
Your donation will help us provide critical basic needs such as food and clothing to allow our students better focus in school, subsequently contributing to their future success as outstanding community members.
Follow these three easy steps to make an IMPACT:
1) Sign Up
Click the “fundraise for this campaign button” to create your team for the #40MoreFoundationSchools Challenge! Don't want to create a team? Click the donate button to make an individual donation.
2) Tell Your Friends!
No matter how big or small, every donation counts! Sample social media posts and emails TBA
3) Let the Challenge Begin!
The #40MoreFoundationSchools challenge begins on December 1, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. and ends at December 2, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.
What is the Foundation Links program?:
This program is designed to help students avoid future incidents of nonattendance, prevent truancy and dropout through home-based and after school outreach interventions.
Foundation Links works connects students and their families to quality community-based resources. For those who do not have the means to seek private therapeutic care, The Foundation Links program introduces accessible resources including consultation with The Foundation Schools’ psychiatrists. Other resources include providing crisis intervention services such as food and clothing, transportation and in-home therapeutic services.
About The Foundation Schools:
Autism, bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder- a few examples of challenges faced by the students of The Foundation Schools. For 40 years, we have supporteed thousands of students in grades 1-12 of the greater Washington area to address their social/emotional disabilities. Today, our legacy stands because of YOUR support and compassion towards the well-being of our students. In addition to their social/emotional disabilites, each and everyone of our students have faced a varying degree of trauma- an indescriminatory obstacle such as homelessness and abuse. To ensure our students receive the critical therapeutic care they deserve, we ask for your help.