The Foundation’s strategy is to fund charitable (501 C 3)
organizations that work directly with the needy and to
measure the results of their activities toward established
objectives and plans. The goal is to make the needy self-sufficient.
Poverty has many faces. Individuals can be poor in health,
poor in nutrients, poor in financial matters, poor in basic
necessities and housing, poor in education, poor spiritually,
poor in employment or poor in cultural experiences.
Therefore, organizations of special interest to the Foundation
are food banks, hospitals, social and employment service agencies,
educational institutions, museums, recreational facilities and the arts.