All Roads Lead 65 Max Foundation is a Non Profit organization founded by the Entertainment
Corporation board member of 65 Max Ent. Pamela Henderson.The foundation is located in the surrounding Contra Costa Bay area. The foundation program will form partnerships with local school districts and juvenile court system. The organization is dedicated to empowering,exposing and enriching young girls transitioning in and out of Foster care,being at Risk, and entering the Judicial system. Our goal is to foster a commitment to the girls that will promote pro-social friendships, strong interpersonal skills and reassert a sense of hope in their future.
Our center will be the training facility to support this transition, the center will provide a variety of enrichment classes as well as educational courses such as college prep, Music,modeling, Notary Public Entreprenuership,On-line Retail, health and beauty/how to love yourself, physical fitness, dietary awareness and counseling. We plan to provide resources to help young girls discover their own passions and talents. Only through personal relationships can have a sense of individual responsibility that would establish a commitment to follow through leading to a path of adulthood with a sense of pride and accomplishment, during their visit with us we wish to make an impact on their outlook on life in a positive way.
Through repeated failures in the homes and in the classroom the development of destructive habits at risk these young people have lost faith and hope, or having the possibilities that await them if they have dreams of being successful in putting their lives together. To accomplish any goal, young girls must be in a caring, inclusive learning enviroment that promotes their best effort and reinforces having a personal respect.
All Roads Lead 65 Max Foundation will have a program that is in direct response to the growing number of young girls that are falling through the cracks at school or are already entangled within the juvenile court system. The focus is primarily on middle and high school youths. We have projected that within three to four years 50% of the system's students will be in middle school, this age group is particularly a perfect time for mentoring to be effective on their life. Over time their will be over 10-50 girls whom will instill a learning enviroment that will be an invaluable resource to our young girls aspiring mentors and the community abroad.