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November Newsletter

Tomorrow, November 2nd is our 5th Annual Fish Fry!
It's with your support that we make great things happen! Join us at 1PM for local, fresh caught seafood, 4 bands, craft beer, silent auction & 50/50. Tickets are available at the door!
In September, The Maximilian Foundation presented Barnegat Township School District with a check to expand their M.I.S.T. (Mindfulness Infusion for Students & Teachers) program. Mindfulness is an achieved mental state to reduce anxieties and stay calm which helps kids prepare for learning, build self-awareness and self-esteem. The Foundation’s $1,996 donation provides the funds for the district to purchase a Mind Yeti program for Cecil C. Collins, Joseph T. Donahue, Lillian M. Dunfee, and Robert L. Horbelt Elementary Schools.
On Thursday October 17th, nine high school S.T.Y.L.E. leaders worked with forty eight Stafford S.O.S. students grades 4 through 6.
On May 30th, 2020 the S.O.S students will pair up with S.T.Y.L.E. and host the annual Peace Summit. Schools from Barnegat, Waretown, L.B.I. Bayville and Lacey will collaborate on leadership, conflict resolution, peer pressure for day.
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.
Would you like to donate?
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.
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