My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Foundations Of Liberty Inc, Thayne, WY, USA
The same people that provided seminars on the Constitution for Congress and their staff on Capitol Hill operate this organization. They were highly regarded then, as they are now, for accuracy of history and interesting stories to demonstrate the principle under discussion. The purpose and accomplishment of our Founders is documented by their own writings. In other words, real learning takes place in a manner it will be remembered.
This organization is frugal with donated funds and reports frequently on the progress of projects and programs rather than once each year in an appeal letter. They also go beyond the call to answer questions whether pertaining to seminars, presentations or just a random call with a question.
I read one letter from a chief of Staff in a Senate office that had a double major in college of American History and Political Science, but he had learned more from twelve hours of their seminars than in four years of college.
Their service to the public ranges from Kindergarten to senior citizens. They have a division for youth sixteen to twenty years of age where they learn the values of Americanism. American Exceptionalism, (not superiority of the people, but the form of government) and the success principles of business, i.e., goals and objectives, rules of civility, learning from adversity, accurate thinking, seeing a community need and planning, executing, completing a project to fill the need and writing a report that can be used by other communities.
Providing the youth opportunities to participate in Town Council, serve on volunteer committees, intern locally, at the state legislature and Washington, D.C., gives them hands on experience. They learn from group instruction and online interactive programs and then they put the learning into practice. I don't know any other organization that does so much with so little. They far exceed the expectations of a non-profit organization.
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