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$30,000 for Soldier to Attend Ave Maria School of Law

AMSOL LogoAve Maria School of Law affirms the Catholic legal education’s traditional emphasis on the only secure foundation for human freedom – the natural law written on the heart of every human being. It affirms the need for society to rediscover those human and moral truths that flow from the nature of the human person and that safeguard human freedom.

Ave Maria School of Law recognizes that all areas of legal practice, both public and private, serve the common good. Some graduates will serve the profession in private practice, while others will serve in legal aid organizations or in other areas of public service, in the academy, and in business.

The Ave Maria community of faculty, administrators, mentors, students, alumni, and staff is based on the inherent dignity of every human being stemming from our creation in the image and likeness of God and raised to a new level by our redemption by Jesus Christ. In recognition of the dignity of all, this community welcomes people of all faiths who wish to receive the education we provide and to join with us in our dedication to the truth.

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Florida Department of Military Affairs - Guard Foundation DSO

Florida Department of Military Affairs - Guard Foundation DSO

The Florida National Guard Foundation, Inc. was founded as a not-for-profit Organization in April 1983 with the purpose to provide charitable and educational aide in the form of money and other property and services. The Foundation also agreed to administer a scholarship program developed by the Florida National Guard Association of Florida.

The In God We Trust Foundation is honored to fund and award $50,000 for college scholarship for the children of the Guard’s service members.

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Faith-based Camp Anderson Youth Camp Old Town Florida

Faith-based Camp Anderson Youth Camp Old Town Florida

Camp Anderson is a 56 acre youth camp located in Old Town Florida about one hour west of Gainesville Florida. It is in a perfect central location to easily serve the entire state. The camp property is located on the banks of the beautiful Suwannee River in an area that is known for having more fresh water springs than any other place in the world.

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Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) Grant

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) Grant

Each year, between 140 and 160 officers are killed in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. C.O.P.S. provides resources to help them rebuild their shattered lives. There is no membership fee to join C.O.P.S., for the price paid is already too high.

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Only now is the extraordinary story of the Florida martyrs fully emerging

Florida martyrs story fully emerging only now

As noted elsewhere, the In God We Trust Foundation, Inc. was privileged to fund and award $75,000 to The Martyrs of La Florida Missions, Inc. for teaching the significance of religion in American & Florida history.
From 1549 to 1761 many priests and natives were killed in evangelizing the faith in our nation's colonial land known as La Florida.

It is a seamless story that began in 1549 with the courageous landing of the Dominicans in Tampa Bay – and ended in 1761 in Pensacola as three Apalachee Indians were killed trying to protect the Eucharist.

For example, Antonio Cuipo was an Apalachee Indian and chief. Husband and father, teacher of the Catechism, singer, guitar and flute player, carpenter devoted to St. Joseph, Antonio was respected and loved by native and Spanish alike. He evangelized natives with flute music while he shared the news of the Incarnation. His joy and zeal brought many natives to the Faith. Antonio’s life ended tied to a cross, consoled, he said, to die like Jesus.

Only now is the extraordinary story of the Florida martyrs fully emerging. From an early date poets, artisans, chroniclers, religious superiors, a duke, a king, governors, and bishops had commemorated the saintly deaths of the Florida martyrs, and some had even anticipated their canonization.

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Florida U.S. Military Teens in Italy

Geographically Allowed: This grant used pre-7-1-2014 funds, DMV counsel agreed, and it was approved in the subsequent annual audit report. This grant answered the critical need of Florida teenagers overseas with their deployed military parents, being relocated every several weeks or months and in great need of a recurring group program context to assure continuity and stability. Prior to 7-1-2014 Florida charities could follow their beneficiaries anywhere to meet their needs with the intended plate services. Sadly, in 2014 Rep. Jim Patronis did not believe Floridians could have any needs outside the boarders of their state and caused a change in the statute which limited Florida charities to using post 7-1-2014 specialty plate donations to address the needs of Floridians only within the geographic boundaries of Florida.


Florida U.S. Military Teens in Italy– January 2015: $5,000 was granted to Military Community Youth Ministries in Vicenza Italy as part of its “Worldwide Safety Net” for America’s Military Teenagers to provide a more consistent presence of Christian adult mentors for military teens and a positive and familiar program for increased stability and support to help teens successfully transition across frequent military family relocations across the globe. America’s Military Teenagers are at-risk as they frequently relocate with their military parents.

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Florida U.S. Military Teens in England– January 2015

U.S. Military Teens in EnglandGeographically Allowed: This grant used pre-7-1-2014 funds, DMV counsel agreed, and it was approved in the subsequent annual audit report. This grant answered the critical need of Florida teenagers overseas with their deployed military parents, being relocated every several weeks or months and in great need of a recurring group program context to assure continuity and stability. Prior to 7-1-2014 Florida charities could follow their beneficiaries anywhere to meet their needs with the intended plate services. Sadly, in 2014 Rep. Jim Patronis did not believe Floridians could have any needs outside the boarders of their state and caused a change in the statute which limited Florida charities to using post 7-1-2014 specialty plate donations to address the needs of Floridians only within the geographic boundaries of Florida.

Florida U.S. Military Teens in England– January 2015:   U.S. Military Chaplaincy contracts enable the placement of MCYM staff as government civilian contractors on-base and are mission-critical, providing staff with rapid credibility in the military community and mission-essential access to on-base facilities and military teens living on base.

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$5,000 In Stability and Guidance for Overseas Florida Military Youth

Club Beyond - Military Community Youth MinistriesGeographically Allowed: This grant used pre-7-1-2014 funds, DMV counsel agreed, and it was approved in the subsequent annual audit report. This grant answered the critical need of Florida teenagers overseas with their deployed military parents, being relocated every several weeks or months and in great need of a recurring group program context to assure continuity and stability. Prior to 7-1-2014 Florida charities could follow their beneficiaries anywhere to meet their needs with the intended plate services. Sadly, in 2014 Rep. Jim Patronis did not believe Floridians could have any needs outside the boarders of their state and caused a change in the statute which limited Florida charities to using post 7-1-2014 specialty plate donations to address the needs of Floridians only within the geographic boundaries of Florida.

Rota, Spain, 12-30-2014 - Thanks to those who purchase Florida’s In God We Trust specialty license plate, the Organization was able to give a $5,000 grant to provide educational weekly 90 minute meetings, retreats (approximately one per semester), special activity nights, lock-ins, ski trips, summer camps, and work service projects for Florida U.S. Military youth stationed near Rota Spain with their military parents.

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Florida U.S. Military Teens in Germany, December, 2014

U.S. Military Teens in GermanyGeographically Allowed: This grant used pre-7-1-2014 funds, DMV counsel agreed, and it was approved in the subsequent annual audit report. This grant answered the critical need of Florida teenagers overseas with their deployed military parents, being relocated every several weeks or months and in great need of a recurring group program context to assure continuity and stability. Prior to 7-1-2014 Florida charities could follow their beneficiaries anywhere to meet their needs with the intended plate services. Sadly, in 2014 Rep. Jim Patronis did not believe Floridians could have any needs outside the boarders of their state and caused a change in the statute which limited Florida charities to using post 7-1-2014 specialty plate donations to address the needs of Floridians only within the geographic boundaries of Florida.

December 10, 2014:  Your organization was privileged to make a $20,000 grant to Military Community Youth Ministries to provide educational weekly 90 minute meetings, retreats (approximately one per semester), special activity nights, lock-ins, ski trips, summer camps, and work service projects for Florida's military teens presently stationed with their United States military parents in Germany.  

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Florida U.S. Military Teens in Spain

U.S. Military Teens in SpainGeographically Allowed: This grant used pre-7-1-2014 funds, DMV counsel agreed, and it was approved in the subsequent annual audit report. This grant answered the critical need of Florida teenagers overseas with their deployed military parents, being relocated every several weeks or months and in great need of a recurring group program context to assure continuity and stability. Prior to 7-1-2014 Florida charities could follow their beneficiaries anywhere to meet their needs with the intended plate services. Sadly, in 2014 Rep. Jim Patronis did not believe Floridians could have any needs outside the boarders of their state and caused a change in the statute which limited Florida charities to using post 7-1-2014 specialty plate donations to address the needs of Floridians only within the geographic boundaries of Florida.

Florida U.S. Military Teens in Spain – November 10, 2014: Your organization was privileged to make a $5,000 grant to Military Community Youth Ministries to provide stability and continuity to U.S. military youth stationed overseas with their Florida military parent. Military installations are often isolated. Military teens are frequently uprooted from familiar settings and moved from one foreign country to the next with language, culture and customs they don't understand.

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