THE MAXIMILIAN FOUNDATION Crisis Action Plan – COVID-19
Special Announcement: COVID-19 Impact on
The Maximilian Foundation Operations
Dear Donors, Volunteers & Friends of The Maximilian Foundation,
The Maximilian Foundation hopes that you and yours are healthy and safe during this global crisis. Our mission, as always, is about EDUCATION and PREVENTION.
Recognizing you are collectively concerned, stressed, tired & overloaded with information, we especially thank you for taking just a moment to learn how The Maximilian Foundation has been impacted and is responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic. We have made some decisions in order to continue delivering on our mission for many years to come.
At this time, our Headquarters office is temporarily closed to the public.
Our Administrative Assistant, Kari, who began as a volunteer and has continued to volunteer even after she was hired, will now move to full-time volunteer status due to a temporary layoff. She will be checking the phones and emails from home and handling any pertinent matters.
Our Board of Directors are always active within the Foundation and will continue to do so to continue our Mission. In that regard, we are adding to our current Mission Statement:
Mission Statement of Prevention: Adolescent brains develop till 25+ 21st Century POT POTency is 30-80% POTential unreachable Vaped Odorlessly POT Þ Ecstacy Þ Heroin Any Dose can be Lethal Trademark
Events: Our Night of Illusions Magic Show is being postponed; new date TBD.
In closing, although these changes are painful and difficult, they are also TEMPORARY. With your friendship, the continued support of amazingly generous Donors and Volunteers, The Maximilian Foundation will emerge stronger than and just as determined to get our message of PREVENTION out to everyone as ever before. We thank each one of you for your past, present and future support!
Be Well and God Bless you and your families!
Richard Otto Schmid, Founding President
The Maximilian Foundation Board of Directors
Kari A. Thorn, Administrative Assistant
The Maximilian Foundation supports programs that prevent self-destructive behaviors created by adolescent insecurities; strengthening the education of our young people by nourishing character, building confidence, and growing the life skills needed to sustain better choices.
Your donation will directly benefit over 3200 young people in Southern Ocean County each year through the programs we support: MIST, Project Aware, and STYLE. Would you consider a reoccurring monthly donation of $5? Any amount is helpful. Thanks in advance for your contribution! We are a 501 (c) (3) and our federal ID number (EIN) is 47-2427944.