Educational Institutions

ST. AUGUSTINE'S NATIONAL FOUNDATION

  • Southfield, MI
  • http://www.staugustines-national-foundation.com

Mission Statement

St. Augustine's National Foundation * Mission

The National Foundation of St. Augustine's Churches, University & Schools is recognized as a nonprofit, 501(C)3, tax-exempt organization by the United States Internal Revenue Service. 

The National Foundation of St. Augustine's Churches, University & Schools is registered in the District of Columbia, as St. Augustine's National Foundation; brand name.

The St. Augustine's University Foundation, recognized as the legal name is organized under the laws of the State of Michigan as St. Augustine's University Foundation, and complies with all pertinent federal and state laws and regulations.
 
In the capacity as a public charity, the National Foundation of St. Augustine's Churches, University & Schools serves as the fund-raising entity for the University St Augustine's & Medical Center ("USA").
 
Charged with the responsibility of providing capital sufficient to organize, develop, and implement professional programs of study manifesting virtual facilities that are on the cutting edge of technology.
 

“Let us not forget the reason for the season.... our children!"

Main Programs

  1. St. Augustine's Institute: University Academic Public Computer Centers of Learning
  2. "Our Lady Caroline Schools of Excellence" ("CECI PSA")
  3. ARCHIVES; The Great Lakes Lutheran Church ~ "UNIVERSITY CHARTER" ~
  4. Crystal Villages Condominium Residences
  5. "Elizabeth's Heart" - Adult Autistic Residential Care Services
  6. Urban Workforce Development Plan
  7. S.T.E.M. + A
  8. CECI PSA ~ After School Program
  9. CECI PSA ~ Children's Literacy Program
  10. CECI PSA ~ Adult Daycare Center
  11. Planned Gift Giving
  12. Community Support Coordination Services
  13. "Holy Heart of Jesus"
  14. "Legacy Heritage Trust"
  15. "The Province Retreat"
  16. "St. Aug Pantry"
  17. "Supportive Housing Services"
  18. St. Augustine's CDC ~ Community Improvement Program
  19. Cathedral of St. Augustine's
Service Areas

Self-reported

International

St. Augustine's National Foundation service areas include locations throughout the United States of America;  Michigan, Washington DC, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina & Mississippi, New York. 

International;  Haiti, Belize, Jamaica and Ghana West Africa, China, Cuba

ruling year

1983

Board Co-Chair, St. Augustine's National Foundation since 2015

Self-reported

Dr. C. Anne Worthy PhD

Keywords

Self-reported

St. Augustine's; University St. Augustine's & Medical Center; Education Is Power; Education Is The Great Equalizer; Education Priority; Education is our passport to the future; Education Is A Bridge

Notes from the Nonprofit



A strategic plan" shall be developed, which highlights the blueprint that shall serve as a guide for St. Augustine's National Foundation to develop a new American University, "University St. Augustine's & Medical Center".

As such, an overview of the big-picture shall be presented featuring deliverable's comprising a forward-thinking approach to achieve the actualization of a provocative institution of higher education.

REFERENCES *New American University; University Charter Authority

U.S. Federal District Court
Case No. 83-03775
NARA Federal Archives
773948.9001 Historic Preservation* Order of U.S. Federal District Court
Accessioning No.: 021.90.0273
Boxes 24 & 25

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Also Known As

St. Augustine's National Foundation

EIN

38-2418834

 Number

3970251685

Physical Address

1629 K Street Suite 300

Washington , DC 20006

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

University or Technological (B43)

Fund Raising Organizations That Cross Categories includes Community Funds/Trusts and Federated Giving Programs) e.g. United Way (T70)

Senior Citizens' Housing/Retirement Communities (L22)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

How does this organization make a difference?

Overview

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Vision

The National Foundation of St. Augustine's embraces change that serves to benefit the cities and communities in which it serves with emphasis on integrating diversity reflecting emerging cultures with a global perspective. 

St. Augustine's shall provide access to quality educational opportunities, pre-K, K-12, Vocational Academy, and  post secondary education. 
 
In alliance with educational collaboratives, St. Augustine's shall develop quality education opportunities utilizing state of the art cutting edge broadband technological advances.  
 
As such, St.Augustine's faith based initiatives advocate facilitating access to opportunities in health-care, affordable housing and human services. 

St. Augustine's vision is extended to the restoration and recording of historical contributions and preservation of the legacy our loved one's transcending have bestowed.

St. Augustine's National Foundation takes specific, concrete steps to ensure adherence to high ethical standards and strong governance principles.

As such, St. Augustine's "best practice" initiative is a call to strive for excellence in realizing our mission, managing resources effectively, and governing well.

As part of the Public Trust Initiative, the principles of "best practice" cover a wide range of important issues -- including board governance, legal compliance, responsible stewardship, and communication -- and go beyond the federal, state, and local laws. ~*~

Programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Program 1

St. Augustine's Institute: University Academic Public Computer Centers of Learning

St. Augustine's National Foundation in alliance with a Consortia of Historical Colleges and Universities, civic organizations, non-profit and religious organizations, currently features 16 - Public Computer Centers of Learning; University Academic Public Computer Centers of Learning ("USA-PCC's") at decentralized sites throughout the state of Michigan, the Nation, and Internationally; Haiti, Ghana West Africa, and Jamaica.

The program has the capacity to provide job re-training of citizens deemed low income within MI “Cities of Promise”, and other communities in the Nation, and Internationally deemed to have the ability to benefit as a result having access to the academic program offerings the USA-PCC's provide.

Those successfully completing program requirements will qualify for placement in jobs rendering one the capacity to support a family of four (4).

Instruction disseminated via the "USA-PCC's" will be provided in several languages to outreach various cultures and include; Spanish, French, Bengali, Polish, and English.

The University Academic Public Computer Centers of Learning is a “Forward Traditional Institution on Higher Education” grounded in a tradition of excellence.

St. Augustine’s University Academic Public Computer Centers empowers potential students with a career-building skill sets. Successful graduates completing programs of study earn either a certificate, associate, bachelor’s or graduate degree credentials that employer’s value.

Academic Program and course offerings are sponsored via educational portals established in alliance with accredited traditional universities and colleges.

Financial Aid may be available; "PELL Grant", Stafford Fund. There is no SAT/ACT /GRE/GMAT required to qualify for admission.

Highly interactive e-learning is accessible from desktop or mobile devices, streaming live and cataloged video lectures and MP3/MP4 downloads; St. Augustine’s University Academic Public Computer Center of Learning, Virtual Collaborative Systems ("VCS") comprising TelePresence featuring Live Steaming, and online programs that offer the same comprehensive curriculum taught on campuses of "HBCU’s" participating in the Consortium on Higher Education.

Graduates successfully completing requirements of "VCS" and online academic programs earn the same diploma as main-campus students in one of today’s most in demand careers: 6 - Degrees of Distinction.

100% TelePresence; Virtual Collaborative Systems ("VCS").

Clinical Rotations & On- Campus Courses Required; Hospitality Management and Nursing Program*.

Through the convenience of interactive "VCS" and online learning, students may pursue a respected associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree while maintain a busy life style.

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Adults

None

Budget

$5,500,000

Program 2

"Our Lady Caroline Schools of Excellence" ("CECI PSA")

MISSION STATEMENT

Caroline Education Community International PSA ("CECI PSA") was created to design and establish urban schools that prepare children, both academically and socially, for success in college and in the professional world beyond.

"CECI PSA" offers students an educational and cultural enrichment program that is equivalent with those found at the best college preparatory schools in the nation.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES

The CAROLINE EDUCATION COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL PSA; “Our Lady Caroline School of Excellence” (“CECI PSA” | “Public School Academy” | “PSA”) shall provide rigorous competition within the public school district to stimulate continual improvement in all public schools.

The School seeks to provide rigorous competition within the local district through the creation of a top-notch arts infused school with an emphasis on painting and drawing. The driving force of the School will be its emphasis on infusing artistic excellence and high standards for all into the daily curriculum.

Through a rigorous academic curriculum and a highly qualified staff in the arts (teacher development/
training), the school will provide a model for education throughout the local district.

Thus, based on the principle that infusing artistic excellence into the school is of paramount importance to a well-rounded education, the School will not only provide a rigorous academic curriculum, but also teachers driven to inspire a superior level of artistic expression and a model for the district that will stimulate and motivate ongoing improvement for all other public schools.

Our Lady Caroline School of Excellence “CECI PSA"; (Caroline Education Community International Public School Academy” | “PSA”) is designed to provide a learning environment that is conducive to the development of individual human potential, and quality education that will promote high self-esteem and academic success for all students through small, multi-aged classes.

The "CECI PSA" structure will create problem solvers, critical thinkers, and self-directness that will help the students make the transition into the upper grades, and later into society.

"CECI PSA" shall serve as a platform from which students deemed to have the ability to benefit may matriculate from a state of the art 1 - Year College Remediation Program.

CECI PSA" is a preparatory educational institution that prepares students for college, life and spiritual immortality.

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Immigrants/Newcomers/Refugees

Budget

$2,000,000

Program 3

ARCHIVES; The Great Lakes Lutheran Church ~ "UNIVERSITY CHARTER" ~

"NIH"

The National Institute of Health ("NIH"), Library of Medicine (“NLM”) committed a project team of archivists within the History of Medicine Division, Bethesda Maryland to research, publish and edit a collection of historic documents comprising the historic “Great Lakes Lutheran Church University Charter”.  

In 2012, pursuant to authorization of the Chief Justice of the U.S. District Court Eastern District Michigan, a certified copy of "Great Lakes Lutheran University Charter" and significant Federal Court Order granting authority to establish a new American University including actualization of Faculties comprising a "College of Law", "College of Dentistry", "School of Medicine", "Teacher Education", "Liberal Arts", "Humanities" was conveyed to National Institute of Health College of Medicine to ensure the perpetual preservation of the
"University Charter";  Shaw College At Detroit(aka/ MeHarry College,LLC);  "University St. Augustine's & Medical Center"

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Historical Prospectus

In 1921, under the auspices of the "Great Lakes Lutheran Church", organization of an institution of higher education commenced. 

In 1925, the Lutheran Church Board of Directors, commissioned the development of the institution of higher education advocating establishment of its existing school as a college. 

In 1936*, the Michigan State Legislature granted the Great Lakes Lutheran Church contiguous authority of  a “University Charter”, which was manifested as a “Normal College”. 

As such, the Lutheran Church was granted authority to organize faculties of a "University"to be actualized in the United States of America within the state of Michigan and in the Nation of Canada.   

Thus, the Michigan State Legislature duly authorized the "University Charter" formerly known as the "Great Lakes Lutheran University Charter", which subsequently manifested as "Shaw College At Detroit".
 
Successively the U.S. Federal District Court sanctioned the "University Charter" as MeHarry College, LLC, and ultimately authorized designation of the "University Charter" as a new American University to be known as the “University St. Augustine's & Medical Center".  

Thus, the successor of the "Great Lakes Lutheran Church Charter" is vested as the "University St. Augustine's & Medical Center".
  
References: 

MeHarry College, LLC (CECI Trust):  Assignee Designation; Authorized pursuant to Federal Court Order; Case # 83-03775-G; 11.27.1995;

NARA, Chicago IL., Case File: #83-03775. Accessioning I.D #: 021-90-0273, Boxes 24-25;

Authority

Presidential Executive Order 12320--Historically Black Colleges & Universities~

Pursuant to provisions of Executive Order 12320 of Sept. 15, 1981, appearing at 46 FR 46107, 3 CFR, 1981 Comp., former President of the United States of America; Ronald Regan.

As such, the designation of "Shaw College At Detroit" was firmed a "Historical Black College & University".

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

General Public/Unspecified

None

Budget

$1,000,000

Program 4

Crystal Villages Condominium Residences

Crystal Villages Condominium Residences are located in the state of Michigan within the communities of Oakland Township, Novi Township, Van Buren Township, Genesee County, and in the state of Maryland, at Oxen Hill.
 
Each community offers exceptional independent living and personalized assisted living options designed with seniors in mind. 
 
The Affordable Senior Housing Communities feature beautiful rolling acres consisting of trees, ponds, walkways, and natural wetlands. A wild heron rookery is featured at the community located in Oakland Twp. and beautiful water features.  
 
The communities within Crystal Villages Condominium Residences, Senior Living Communities are strategically located nearby a convenient shopping district. There is quick access to any number of your favorite restaurants or other local attractions. Crystal Villages Condominium Residences communities are near major Interstates.
 
All communities within Crystal Villages Condominium Residences feature Premiere Energy Star Programs which has been designed to ensure energy efficiency for cost effectiveness. 
 
Several beautiful golf courses abound Crystal Villages Condominium Residences which is accessible to its residents.  Residences have the privilege of active enrollment and participation in the Gold Star Club - A
Hollywood Golf Institute.
 
Crystal Villages Condominium Residences feature elegant dining facilities, IMAX Entertainment, and
Tele- Medicine Care Services.

Category

Community Development

Population(s) Served

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified

General Public/Unspecified

Budget

$50,000,000

Program 5

"Elizabeth's Heart" - Adult Autistic Residential Care Services

“Elizabeth’s Heart" is located at Oakland Hunt South in Oakland Twp.

Partnerships and alliances included Caroline Education Community International Public School Academy (“CECI PSA”), the National Autism Association and Jack’s Place Autism Foundation.
 
This collaborative process addresses specific competency requirements and learning objectives, producing the best possible customized program.

 Flexible delivery refers to CECI PSA's insistence on offering the programs in a learning format most suitable for adult’s diagnosed as Autistic.

The program offerings are designed with the requirements of the Autistic adult in mind, consistent with specifications of medical professionals, educators, family, and regulatory statutes.

This residential care program utilizes the most recent advances in palliative care, instructional technology and proven traditional methodologies combined with compassion and nurturing of loved ones whose care has been entrusted to the non-profit, faith-based healthcare services fiduciary of St. Augustine's National Foundation.

Category

Health Care

Population(s) Served

Mentally/Emotionally Disabled

Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified

Physically Disabled nec

Budget

$3,000,000

Program 6

Urban Workforce Development Plan

Comprehensive employment/training program designed to eliminate the economic divide and facilitate development of a new workforce consistent with careers deemed in demand; entry level job skills are provided to a population that could benefit.

Category

Population(s) Served

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified

Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use

Budget

$225,000

Program 7

S.T.E.M. + A

S.T.E.M. Program; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics + Art and Athletics

This program will target youth to ensure a “best in the class” disposition.

Competencies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics are presented by renowned scholars. The Arts Program in alliance with the Classic Conservatory on Fine and Performing Art; and the Athletics Programs including PGA Golf Management in alliance with Hollywood Golf Institute.

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Budget

$100,000

Program 8

CECI PSA ~ After School Program


Caroline Education Community International Public School Academy~After School Program

The Math & Science Institute will operate as a competitive preparatory instrument to provide engaging fun-filled readiness exercises for students planning to engage in regional and national Mathematics & Science competitions.

Performing Arts will be offered for discipline and training in dance, constructive positive rap, singing, instrumental performance, poetry, and uniform stepping. Guest artists will periodically perform and tutor during select after school sessions.

Athletics will be offered in select sports including Hollywood Golf PGA Institute, basketball and soccer. This program will stress physical fitness, sportsmanship, team contribution, and discipline.

The Tutorial Services, with emphasis on reading and mathematics, will offer creative insights into problem solving, reading across the curriculum and math as a second language.

Math Olympics will be used to take competitive group mathematics to the next level.

Exciting games like Steal the Integer, Multiplication Rap, Math Facts Relay, Giant Mystery Squares, and Two-Step Equation Scavenger Hunt will drive the students toward math excellence while providing them with physical exercise and great fun.

Category

Education

Population(s) Served

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Budget

$100,000

Program 9

CECI PSA ~ Children's Literacy Program

Children’s Literacy Program

Program offerings are presented and offered in alliance with CECI PSA Children’s Library of the Arts.

~*~

School Age Programs

As part of our commitment to community outreach, the Children’s Literacy Program shall offer free Story Times and programs that can be customized for community schools, children’s group or organization.

Puppet Productions and Programs for school-aged children are offered during the season (November through April) on select weekdays and Saturdays.

Preschool Story Time

The Children's Literacy Program offers free Preschool Story Time programs to children age’s birth to four-years-old at 10:30 a.m. on
Mondays and Thursdays, October through April.

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Category

Population(s) Served

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Other Minorities

Budget

$100,000

Program 10

CECI PSA ~ Adult Daycare Center

CECI PSA; Adult Day Care Center

Families in need of assistance in caring for a loved one, CECI PSA; Adult Day Care Center, has the capacity to serve Wayne, Oakland, Genesee Counties. Concentration of services will initiate in the Northeast region of Detroit.

Families and caregivers alike may count on CECI PSA; Adult Day Care Center for compassionate, “client-centered care” services.

The Center has access to physicians and professionals on site to ensure the safety of your loved one.

Clients are provided transportation, meals, medication management and access to a diverse, multi-lingual staff.

It is the goal of CECI PSA to provide a caring, safe environment to help improve the quality of life for both our clients and their families.

Category

Population(s) Served

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Adults

None

Budget

$200,000

Program 11

Planned Gift Giving

The overreaching goal of the Division of Institutional Advancement is to raise private scholarship endowment funds for both need-and merit-based scholarships.

St. Augustine's Charities is committed to providing the opportunity for high quality, values-based educational experiences for which the University Academic Public Computer Centers; CECI PSA (0 - 12); Adult Daycare Center; the "College of Law" and Carolina's Community College; Faculties within the University St. Augustine's & Medical Center, faculty and staff shall bring distinction to their fields of study, in their teaching and in their research.

The "Planned Gift Giving" initiative in alliance with St. Augustine's Charitable Trust, Incorporated advocates an investment in the ministries that serve to empower the mission of St. Augustine’s National Foundation thanks to the financial opportunity donors provided.

Category

Population(s) Served

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

General Public/Unspecified

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

$20,000,000

Program 12

Community Support Coordination Services

Consistent with corporate objectives to sustain a viable business enterprise, St. Augustine’s must infuse new strategic thinking into its organizational planning and implement innovative initiatives that can be supported through strategic investments, diversified funding and collaborative partnerships.

In this capacity, St. Augustine’s will provide Community Support Coordination Services that is essentially comprised of three components including; “CSCS”, Wellness Center Services and Community Living Support Services.

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

Adults

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

None

Budget

$2,000,000

Program 13

"Holy Heart of Jesus"

A provocative collaboration in alliance with Historic Oak Park Church.

"Haitian Initiative" ~ "The Power of One"; advocating the outreach to provide educational services to @ 200 Haiti orphans, ages 0 - 12 in a secure, nurturing residential environment featuring a French-Speaking Public Charter school located in secured venue within metropolitan Detroit.

Category

International, Foreign Affairs & National Security

Population(s) Served

Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens

Budget

$1,000,000

Program 14

"Legacy Heritage Trust"

“Cathedral St. Augustine’s; Heritage Legacy Trust”

Remembrance Services:

In alliance with authorized “Remembrance Providers” and “Mortuary Directors”, that are mindful of a family’s every need as professional memorial services are provided, Cathedral St. Augustine's sponsor's "Legacy Heritage Services" that are helpful of every wish, at the request of the family on behalf of the departed loved one. .

In the capacity as a "family caregiver", with integrity and the highest standards, the "Heritage Legacy Services" in consultation with the family in need, provides complimentary assistance with internment products and services.

Cathedral St. Augustine's; Legacy Heritage pledges to the family of the departed loved one the utmost respect and to help in every way in the most difficult time of need.

Cathedral St. Augustine's embraces endeavors of the family and caregivers to create a “Legacy Heritage of Remembrances” as a means to healing.

Cathedral St. Augustine's "Legacy Heritage” services are provided as a donation to families that qualify.

St. Augustine’s National Foundation; Heritage Legacy Trust is sponsored in alliance with benefactors that generously contribute finances and products to support the public charitable endeavors of our faith based organization.

Thereby, enabling Cathedral St. Augustine’s to provide comfort to the family in need of professional services on behalf of their departed loved one.

Administrative Management & Historic Preservation Services

Cathedral St. Augustine’s; Heritage provides administrative services that advocate the acquisition, preservation, restoration, and management of cemeteries nationwide.

Category

Religion

Population(s) Served

General Public/Unspecified

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

None

Budget

$50,000.00

Program 15

"The Province Retreat"

The Province Retreat is an initiative of St. Augustine’s Archiepiscopies Community & Family Services in alliance with the Travelers Aid Society, HEARTH Initiative in partnership with Core Community institutions.
An off-site campus community, “The Province Retreat” features the privacy of an environment that provides its residents access to a lifestyle featuring professional assistance that has the capacity to facilitate transition from a release re-entry initiative into mainstream America.

The Province Retreat offers impressive amenities featuring fully furnished housing units in a variety of floor plans, individualized-institutional liability leases.

Category

Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy

Population(s) Served

Offenders/Ex-offenders

None

Budget

$120,000

Program 16

"St. Aug Pantry"

St. Aug Pantry serves thousands of tri-county families living in poverty and at risk of hungry.

St. Aug Pantry in alliance with recipient agencies in the network of the Historic Oak Park Church (“HOC”) provides Child Nutrition Services including school breakfast and lunch, and a harvest of Thanksgiving from Carrie’s Heart.

Oak Park United Methodist Episcopalian Church is a Fiscal Fiduciary of St. Augustine’s National Foundation pursuant to an alliance with the St. Augustine’s Archiepiscopies International.

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

General Public/Unspecified

None

Budget

$100,000

Program 17

"Supportive Housing Services"

MSHDA sanctioned, St. Augustine’s Non-profit Housing Corporation endeavors to provide supportive housing with a tradition of excellent service in an environment of homelike amenities, caring and professional staff, and a commitment to cutting-edge transitional care services.

St. Augustine’s Non-profit Housing Corporation offers a wide range of senior living options for its residents, displaced families,
including Crystal Villages Senior Living Retirement Communities, The Province Retreat, and The Holy Heart of Jesus Our Savior.

In collaboration with community partners in the health care community, St. Augustine’s Non-profit Housing Corporation offers
a full continuum of care that includes independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, rehabilitative care and memory loss
and dementia care, and adult daycare services.

Community partners include Peoples Community Services, St. Vincent DePaul, Trinity Physical Therapy, United Way, and St. Aug
Food Pantry, TLC AFC, numerous religious, civic, and community organizations.

Category

Human Services

Population(s) Served

Homeless

Budget

$8,500

Program 18

St. Augustine's CDC ~ Community Improvement Program

St. Augustine's Community Improvement Development Program.

A “$23,500,000” TAX EXEMPT BOND ISSUE DECLARATION; The official intent is to issue a private activity bond comprising qualified 501(c) (3) tax exempt bonds.

A "$20,000,000 TAX CREDIT CAPITAL FUND PROGRAM; Energy Efficiency Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, and if deemed financially applicable, New Market Tax Credits Capitalization Program.

Expenditure of bond proceeds and tax credit initiatives shall prescribe to the approved capital plan that the General Advisory Council on Economic Development; Asset & Wealth Management recognized and endorsed.

The capital plan essentially advocate’s expansion of existing educational program offerings; primary, secondary, and post-secondary.

As well, the capital plan includes the asset acquisition of historic commercial real estate; Detroit International Riverfront comprising historic properties on a 25 acre campus of the Detroit River.

Assets acquired in the Detroit International Riverfront District will feature the heritage legacy library, conference center, and educational institute.

Authorized upgrades of the infrastructure within the assets acquired will be accomplished.

As well, installation of energy efficiency systems and community improvements initiatives will be implemented.

Category

Community Development

Population(s) Served

General Public/Unspecified

None

Budget

$30,000,000

Program 19

Cathedral of St. Augustine's

The Cathedral of St. Augustine's proposes the asset acquisition, operation and management of 29 Michigan Cemeteries.

Category

Religion

Population(s) Served

General Public/Unspecified

Budget

$26,500,000

Charting Impact

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Five powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

  1. What is the organization aiming to accomplish?
    Achievement of a Divine Purposes; Manifestation of the
    "University St. Augustine's & Medical Centers" as a viable institution of higher education.
  2. What are the organization's key strategies for making this happen?
    Execution of assignments commissioned consistent with the
    St. Augustine's National Foundation; General Advisory Council on Education and the authority as granted via the Consortia on Historical Colleges & Universities.
  3. What are the organization's capabilities for doing this?
    Pursuant to the authority vested in compliance with the U.S. Federal District Court Order, Honorable Ray Reynolds Graves; 1.9.1985; and the U.S. Presidential Executive Order 12320; President Ronald Reagan; 9.15.1981 ***

    St. Augustine's National Foundation advocates implementation a comprehensive "Strategic Master Plan" designed to empower actualization of the "University
    St. Augustine's & Medical Centers".

    In pursuit of goals to achieve its mission, St. Augustine's National Foundation endorses "Public Trust Initiatives" that encourage specific, concrete steps to ensure adherence to high ethical standards and strong governance principles.

    As such, St. Augustine's "Public Trust Initiative" strives for excellence in realizing its missions, managing resources effectively, and governing well.
  4. How will they know if they are making progress?
    St. Augustine's National Foundation inherits "God's Favor" ***

    The actualization of goals delineated within the comprehensive "Strategic Master Plan" advocates development of the
    "University St. Augustine's & Medical Centers" serves as a measure to determine success in achievement of St. Augustine's mission.

    Successful milestones achieved are reflected in resulting "Definitive Agreements" and favorable negotiations advocating the asset acquisition facilities suitable to establish "Faculties" comprising the "College of Law" and "Community College Institute" that will be established in alliance with the Consortium on Historical Colleges and Universities.

    As well, asset acquisition of state-of-the art technological equipment and facilities suitable to establish the Broadcast Streaming Central Control Center ("CCC") to live-stream academic presentations to 16 - University Academic Public Computer Centers; Inter & Intra-State and Internationally.

    Of special significance is the asset acquisition of facilities strategically located in the metropolitan Northeast region of Detroit MI, that demonstrates a capacity sufficient to house the "International Chapel" of St. Augustine's Archiepiscopies. As well, initiate actualization
    of the CECI PSA; Adult Daycare Center.
  5. What have and haven't they accomplished so far?
    The legacy of St. Augustine's National Foundation is manifesting as a viable community faith based non-profit tax exempted institution.

    St. Augustine's is highly favored, as much as been accomplished over a span of 31 years. Sustained, though numerous quite perfect storms, the way has been ordered in the spiritual realm to ensure manifestation of the "University St. Augustine's & Medical Centers" ("USA & Medical Centers").

    "USA & Medical Centers" is progressing as a provocative institution of higher education ~ empowered to service the academic needs of constituents that have the capacity to benefit as a result of the blessings bestowed.

    St. Augustine's "CVS" Operative IT Broadcast Live Streaming alliances established to facilitate distribution of academic studies in nursing, allied health, and hospitality management careers programs that are in demand.
Service Areas

Self-reported

International

St. Augustine's National Foundation service areas include locations throughout the United States of America;  Michigan, Washington DC, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina & Mississippi, New York. 

International;  Haiti, Belize, Jamaica and Ghana West Africa, China, Cuba

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Funding Needs

The Planned Gift Giving     Planned Gifts come to the Foundation on behalf of is ministries in education, Caroline Education Community International PSA, Public Computer Centers of Learning, and the "University St. Augustine's & Medical Centers".   As well, St. Augustine's ministries in Victim's Advocacy, Benevolent Services, Human & Social Services.  Tax credits deduction are issued to the Donor for use in the future, or over a period of years, whereby the donor takes a partial tax deduction.   St. Augustine's National Foundation, division of Planned Gift Giving endorses contributions on behalf of the following programs.     Crystal Villages Senior Residences     Enhancement of a "Letter of Credit" in consideration of  a Tax Exempt Bond Issue in the amount of $42,000,000 on behalf of  St. Augustine's Nonprofit Housing Development Corporation.   Crystal Villages Senior Residences is a senior living community; comprised of 500 + affordable condominium units.   A 4% Tax Credit Transaction including 7 - Premiere Construction Projects; featuring 125-Units each; Congregate~60|40.                                                                                                                       ~*~ Archives ~ "University Charter"; "University St. Augustine's & Medical Center"           Contributions will facilitate establishment and preservation of galleries within the National Institute on Health; History of Medicine Division, National Library Medicine designed to maintain preservation of the "University Charter".    ~*~   "Amazing Grace" Adult Daycare Services   Respite and Daycare Services are provided for loved ones during work day and retreats. ~*~     "Elizabeth's Heart" ~ Adult Autistic Residential Manor   Palliative care is provided for Adult loved ones diagnosed with Autism.  Cognitive Educational Services, Gardening, Petting Zoo comprise program services developed in alliance with DMC and Genesee Health Systems.

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American Association for Higher Education

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St.Augustine's National Foundation
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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ST. AUGUSTINE'S NATIONAL FOUNDATION

Leadership

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Board Co-Chair, St. Augustine's National Foundation

Dr. C. Anne Worthy PhD

BIO

Anne Worthy, Ph.D;  25-years experience Post Secondary & College Administration & Healthcare Administration;  

*   Associate Dean, Nursing & Allied Health * University Detroit  Mercy 

* Director Nursing & Allied Health * Detroit Public Schools       

* Associate Dean Nursing & Allied Health * WC-3 District

* MeHarry Allied Health Learning Center, Inc. * Chief Executive Director

* Federal District Court Appointed ~ Assignee * Shaw College At Detroit* University
Charter; * MeHarry College, LLC
                      
  *  Curricula Design ~ Allied Health Para-professional Careers

* Consortia on Historical Colleges & Universities

*  Assistant Hospital Administrator; * Detroit Receiving Hospital * Alexander
Blain Hospital; *
Quality Assurance;  Medical & Nursing Audit Evaluation;
   Design Policy & Regulations * Discharge Planning * Design Policy & Regulations
JCAHO Specialist * PSRO Consultant*CDC Recognition; Q.A. Plans

* Associate Hospital Administrator ~ Michigan Osteopathic Medical Center; *
* Designed 1st Hospice Program; State of Michigan; 1981*        
                 * Design & Administration ~ Michigan Computerized Health Information
Systems

STATEMENT FROM THE Board Co-Chair, St. Augustine's National Foundation

"Commitment

The St. Augustine's National Foundation embraces programs and services perpetuating the organization, development and implementation of the prospective for the establishment of the "University St. Augustine's & Medical Center". 

St. Augustine's National Foundation administers Endowment Trust Funds designed to provide financial, professional and administrative support for programs and services authorized for implementation pursuant to Resolutions of the Board of Trustees.
 
The Foundation accepts “Planned Gifts" as presented by individuals, civic, public, private corporations and foundations.The gifts shall capitalize the endowment fund for faculty in nursing, performing arts and communication; engineering, law, teacher  education.

As well, benefits the building fund perpetuating St Augustine's preservation of facilities which house the main campus of the University St. Augustine's & Medical Center. ~*~"

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Dr. Prezell B Robinson J.D.

University St. Augustine's & Medical Center

Term: Jan 1997 - Dec 2021

BOARD LEADERSHIP PRACTICES

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BOARD ORIENTATION & EDUCATION

Does the board conduct a formal orientation for new board members and require all board members to sign a written agreement regarding their roles, responsibilities, and expectations?

Yes

CEO OVERSIGHT

Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year?

Yes

ETHICS & TRANSPARENCY

Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year?


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BOARD COMPOSITION

Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership?

Yes

BOARD PERFORMANCE

Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years?