It is the goal of the Mark Price Foundation to assist in the education process of our children. In today's world where education budgets on the state and local level are being slashed it is important for outside organizations to help by providing alternative options to address those education elements which are being cut. More specifically, arts, music, science, foreign language and sports....
What does your community need to make it a better place to live? At the Mark Price Foundation we ask ourselves that question. There is only so much you can count on government to provide. In actual fact, to make our communities all we want them to be it takes all of us, working together. The Mark Price Foundation helps communities to address their many needs, wants and desires. We help find alternative sources of funding to help communities reach their goals.
We have also begun to support the efforts of a few large cat sanctuaries. It is important to us that the sanctuary have an education element; There must be, as part of the ongoing effort of the sanctuary, a component which provides education to the community on large cats generally as well as the specific needs and concerns which exist as a result of keeping animals such as lions & tigers in captivity. We are following numerous pieces of legislation on both the Federal and State levels such as S1415 (the "Captive Wildlife Safety Act") which deal with "Wildlife Safety" & "Canned Hunts". One of the sanctuaries we've supported is Big Cat Rescue in Tampa Florida. Their website is www.bigcatrescue.org. The Humane Society of the United States is attempting to do what it can to rescue the pets trapped as a result of Hurricane Katrina. The following is a web site with more information: The Humane Society of the United States.
The Mark Price Foundation supports efforts to strengthen elder abuse legislation and inform elders of their rights. There are two bills working their way through Congress, HR2490 in the House of Representatives and S333 in the Senate. These two bills are entitled the Elder Justice Act and they have been in committee since 2003. It is our hope to work with states and jurisdictions to develop practical and enforceable laws and procedures to help address this growing and often overlooked problem..
To this end we have formed a subcommittee to focus on these and related issues. The Citizens against Elder Abuse sub committee is committed to making a difference. Its members and / or advisors include a retired judge, a retired police captain, an active assistant district attorney, business people and others:... more
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November 20, 2003 -- MARK PRICE FOUNDATION for Educational and Community Enrichment is a 501 (c) (3) Not For Profit Corporation.
It has most recently provided funds which enabled young public school children in grades K through 5 to take Spanish language courses.
education February 15, 2005 - Mark Price has been appointed as a Co-Chair with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's Coalition for Education Reform ... more
May 20, 2004 - It was a great year for many students within the Alpine Union School District. Thanks to the Mark Price Foundation... more
community enrichment June 26, 2003 - Mark Price has agreed to represent Life on the Ballot, a California more
November 27, 2005 -- Letter/Card from Patrick Lynch, Attorney General, State of Rhode Island, Thanking us for help in starting an elder abuse unit in Rhode Island....more
February 23, 2005 -- The Mark Price Foundation (San Diego, CA) and the State of Rhode Island together take groundbreaking steps to advance the awareness and legislation for the prevention of elder abuse... more
July 26, 2004 - Mark Price and Paul Gonya met with Patrick C. Lynch the Attorney General for the State of Rhode Island... more
February 4, 2004 - The Foundation is now able to provide help for elderly victims of abuse. Thanks to the motivation and generous financial support of Paul Gonya the Foundation is now providing funds to assist with the much needed legal defense of elderly victims of abuse. more
Silver Microphone Award
August 1, 2001 -- Mark Price, of Mark Price and Associates of San Diego has been named a National Finalist in the Silver Microphone Awards for the year 2001. The competition is designed to select the best local and regional radio commercials, audio programs and web sites created by advertising agencies, production companies and radio stations in the United States.
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