The purpose of the Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude Foundation is to preserve the legacy of LTG Maude by continuing to take care of soldiers in America's Army.
What does it mean to take care of soldiers? The Maude Foundation continues to define the parameters for taking care of soldiers. Currently we provide financial support for soldiers in the Army's Green to Gold program. In the near future we plan to expand support to future soldiers at Fishburn Military Academy, current soldiers at Marian College and Ball State University, and former soldiers seeking additional training for civilian careers.
LTG Maude's love of Soldiers and devotion to the Army was at the core of his commitment to duty. His success in launching the "Army of One" campaign demonstrated his own passionate belief that service to the nation was the noblest of endeavors, as well as his broad understanding of the human spirit seeking for something greater than self. It is this passion and commitment that the Maude Foundation is dedicated to preserving and continuing.
The Foundation, originally known as The Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude Scholarship Fund, began as a small vehicle, for people to pay their respects to General Maude following his death at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) generously offered to house and maintain the Maude Fund. The initial focus of the Maude Fund was to provide financial assistance to soldiers in the Army's Green to Gold program. During the 2003 and 2004 AUSA annual meetings, the Maude Fund presented an award to a soldier in the Green to Gold program.
The continued dedication of individuals to the life and work of General Maude inspired the family and board of directors to expand the scope and focus of the Maude Fund. In 2004, the Maude Fund incorporated as a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation as The Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude Foundation.
After nearly 13 years, the family and board of directors decided to end the work of the Foundation. Over our history we provided 46 awards totaling $136,000. The Maude Leadership Lecture Series in Ft. Jackson, SC continues through the Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association and has the full support of the Maude family.
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