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The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation
If you could help a hungry person, would you?
Providing The Necessities For Success In Life
Abdul-Jalil founded the “Community Food Bank” through The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation to provide food and meals for the needy in 1972 to continue a similar program started by his father in the 1950’s.
A&MWF, a public services organization based on GIVING AND SHARING, has created a 100% volunteer self-operated, self-supported, self financed model defined by developing the marketplace of a network that features high-performing results in the invaluable areas of: youth development; elementary, secondary and college education; poverty alleviation; mental and physical health medical services; social services, as well as other economic-empowerment programs for individuals, families; and small businesses. The Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation provides food; clothing; private school and college admissions educational opportunities; assists with referrals for job training and placement; rental assistance; social services assistance; homelessness assistance; mental and physical health assistance; medical assistance and legal aid assistance referrals for ANYONE whom has the need at the Aaron & Margaret Wallace Foundation website.
A&MWF delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to over 30,000 individuals- children, families, and organizations per month from 16 locations from Fremont in the South to Vacaville in the North of California who lack these essentials and is pioneering a new trend, as government and community funds grapple with the recession and the challenges of raising funds, WE have forged an awareness and sustained an effort to connect those in dire need with service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups with these causes. We have taken community foundations and moved into social networking, reaching beyond static “bricks and mortar” to interactive Web sites to serve as a dynamic virtual clearinghouses or “town square” that holds conversations between those in NEED and their local charities, citizens, donors, and volunteers.
A&MWF has made it easy and effortless for service providers, donors, volunteers and nonprofit groups to connect with those in NEED, as we have received more individuals needs profiles submitted on this site. The profiles include their contact information, information about their needs, desired solutions, pleas for their need satisfaction, and a listing of opportunities to achieve their solution. We also have profiles submitted of individuals as prospective donors or volunteers, include information about the causes that interest them.
Anyone can register at http://AMWFTRUST.ORG by submitting an online request form in a strictly confidential submission and they can also feel free to call the number (510) 394-4101 as well.
From the great success that we have had with our Free Food Programs established in the 1950’s by my Parents, Aaron and Margaret Wallace, we have since been instrumental in the founding and supplying of other free food service organizations around the country.
With the demand for our help in creating these organizations being driven by the skyrocketing need for the services, we have decided to open up our efforts to all interested in starting a food pantry for the needy.
We can provide access to the training necessary to qualify your organization and partner you with the local organizations and businesses that can support your efforts. Contact us and we will help you through the RED TAPE and push your program to success!
~ In 1971 Abdul-Jalil had his portrait painted by world renowned artist Buford Delaney in Paris, France. Delaney, the worlds foremost African-American artist, has created portraits of Emperor Halle Selassie of Ethiopia, James Baldwin, Jean Jernae among other famous people. The portrait hangs in the museum in Montmartre, once considered ‘The Harlem of Paris,’ a thriving district of African American artists, musicians, historians and political exiles during the 20’s and 30’s, mirroring the artistic expression and activism of the Harlem Renaissance in New York.
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“The Man who turns hits into MILLION$.” – The Tribune.
“You really are the best.” – L. BOSTOCK, California Angels.
“GOD sent me an Angel” – M.C. HAMMER.
“Smart Youth, most intriguing, has the Baseball world at his feet.” – N.Y. POST .
“I don’t know what I would have done without you!.” – J.C. WATTS, U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES.
“Thanks for directing me to the Sonics.” – GUS WILLIAMS, NBA.
“Imaginative, foresighted, some pretty impressive credentials. His I.Q. QUALIFIES HIM AS A GENIUS.” – UPI .
“That’s the finest promotion job for an unknown athlete that I have ever seen.” – N.Y. JETS.
“I’m so happy!! I’m full of money!!” – C. ROBINSON, NBA.
“He is personable, unafraid, confident. and athletes are attracted to him” – D. MAGGARD, U.S. Olympic Committee.
“You have never been wrong” – EMANUEL STEWARD, Boxing
“He told me what he wanted, we shook hands. We made the deal in 5 minutes.” – B. BAVASI, California Angels
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You may qualify if you receive assistance from programs such as public housing assistance, food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, Section 8 housing, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP), National Free School Lunch and others. Eligibility may vary by state depending on which programs you are on.
You may also qualify based on income. If your household makes less than 135% of the federal poverty guidelines, you qualify for a free phone.
For more information on qualifying for a free cell phone from the government’s Lifeline program and your states federal poverty guidelines, visit our Lifeline Qualifications Page (http://freegovernmentcellphones.co/learn-how-to-apply) or click here to visit our states page (http://freegovernmentcellphones.co/check-your-state) to find out your state’s qualifications.
How do I get a Free Phone?
How do you get your free cell phone and free minutes each month? The process is easy and we will help show you how. Receiving your free government cell phone is simple, just sign up with a government approved Lifeline provider. After you are approved, you will receive your free government cell phone in the mail and free minutes each month. You will have to verify that you still qualify every year. Click here to learn how to sign up for a free cell phone (http://freegovernmentcellphones.co/how-do-i-get-a-free-government-cell-phone).
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When you signup for Lifeline you will receive a free cell phone and 250 free minutes each month. You won’t receive and iPhone, but all Lifeline phones offer the features you would buy in the store including texting, voice mail, call waiting, and more. You can also purchase additional minutes, phone upgrades, and international calling.
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