Ways to Help
Your donation makes an IMPACT on the lives of our students. Read more about our support services:
The Foundation Links program helps students avoid future incidents of nonattendance, truancy and dropout, and re-engages them in the educational process. Through home-based and after school outreach interventions, Foundation Links connects students and their families to quality community-based resources. For those who do not have the means to seek private therapeutic care, the Links program introduces accessible resources including consultation with The Foundation Schools’ psychiatrists. Other resources include crisis intervention services such as food and clothing, transportation, and in-home therapeutic services.
Career Connections provides students with career exploration and supervised, simulated work experiences within the school environment. Students learn technical skills such as resume crafting, application processes and job skills for obtaining and maintaining employment which include interviewing, accepting corrective feedback, and communicating with co-workers. Behavioral goals are monitored on a daily basis and achievement is celebrated weekly. Finally students may be provided with job coaches and work part of the school day in the community.
The Food For Thought program ensures that no students goes hungry during the school day and that all students receive the proper nutrition to be ready to learn. More than 80% of our students qualify for free and reduced-priced meals.
Annual Fund: Your donation will go where it’s most needed.
Foundation Links: Basic needs & home interventions.
Food for Thought: Breakfast & lunch for our students.
PBIS Incentives: Help motivate & incentivize our students.
Avoid credit card fees and mail your donation:
The Foundation Schools
1330 McCormick Drive
Largo, MD 20774
We are dedicated to helping our students create a life for themselves and become productive members of society. You can support their ability to enroll in vocational, career, and recreational programs or post-secondary education they could not otherwise access.