The Templer Foundation
Every Journey Begins With The First Step
We can’t just leave it to governments and other large organizations to bring about the changes needed to take care of the vulnerable and suffering people in our world.
The Templer Foundation
Every Journey Begins With The First Step
We can’t just leave it to governments and other large organizations to bring about the changes needed to take care of the vulnerable and suffering people in our world.

OUR STANDARDS, OUR COMMITMENT

Overview

The Templer Foundation is a volunteer run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to doing our part to help where we can to take care of the vulnerable and suffering people in our world and in support of people living with dignity.

Our backgrounds and networks enable us to both design and implement our own programs and to support people and organizations already doing great things in areas we care about.

Our current focus is upon:

  • Erin’s Light: Children with special needs and their families (predominantly those living well below the poverty line).
  • Project XI: PXI is the Templer Foundation’s commitment to provide pragmatic and cost-effective support to people suffering with depression, anxiety and suicide ideation and/or experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PXI is intended to support people living fully, peacefully and joyfully with dignity.

Virtually any trauma may cause PTSD. Such events often include either experiencing or witnessing a severe accident or physical injury, receiving a life-threatening medical diagnosis, being the victim of kidnapping, torture, exposure to combat, natural disaster, man-made disaster (for example, plane crash or terrorist attack), being the victim of rape, mugging, robbery, or assault, enduring physical, sexual, emotional, or other forms of abuse, as well as involvement in civil conflict.

  • Women Empowerment – Nepal Outreach: is a program to help individuals, specifically women, who are homeless and have children to support. The program is designed to help restore dignity, security, and financial independence for these women by offering them work in exchange for a monthly wage used to support their family’s needs. In addition, it offers opportunity to achieve full independence allowing individuals to work towards housing and schooling for their children. It promotes the idea that with structure and opportunity an individual can create and sustain a balanced, secured and bright future for themselves and their children while escaping poverty and breaking the cycle for further generations.

So these are the people whose lives we’re currently trying to make a difference in. By simply making a donation, together we can help more people.

Erin’s Light
Erin is a real person. She is the root and inspiration behind every early intervention project around the world. Erin’s Light represents humanity, strength, community, love, and global alliance to create real change in countries where early intervention and detection resources are limited. The intervention program is a global initiative that assists families financially and educationally in their communities by empowering parents, guardians, and caregivers to spread awareness and change the stigmatization of children with learning or mental disabilities in families who live in rural communities all over the world.
In 2012 the Templer Foundation joined forces with Three Sixty Inc., an organization currently producing compelling, and scientifically measurable results with active duty US Army personnel through its Soldier 360° Course to design Project XI – Veterans. This is the first step towards fulfilling the Templer Foundation’s commitment to provide pragmatic and cost effective support to people experiencing PTSD, and to living fully, with dignity.
Project XI
Project XI
In 2012 the Templer Foundation joined forces with Three Sixty Inc., an organization currently producing compelling, and scientifically measurable results with active duty US Army personnel through its Soldier 360° Course to design Project XI – Veterans. This is the first step towards fulfilling the Templer Foundation’s commitment to provide pragmatic and cost effective support to people experiencing PTSD, and to living fully, with dignity.
Nepal Outreach
 
Women Empowerment – Nepal Outreach is a program to help individuals, specifically women, who are homeless and have children to support. The program is designed to help restore dignity, security, and financial independence for these women by offering them work in exchange for a monthly wage used to support their family’s needs.

Get In Touch

The Templer Foundation Mailing Address:
496 W. Ann Arbor Trail Suite 205
Plymouth, MI 48170

Phone: +1 248 752 5158

Headquarters

The Templer Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our primary purpose is to provide financial and practical support to people in need.

© 2019 The Templer Foundation

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