June 11, 2012: The George Reeves Foundation Takes Flight
The George Reeves Foundation will soon offer individuals an opportunity to become a Founding Member of the organization.
The foundation's mission statement is to provide support for families faced with the task of providing for a seriously ill or a severely challenged or physically handicapped child. The scope of these services is broad by design, but it will always be focused on the children of a family and promotion of the family as a unit and will nuture and strengthen positive family values.
With the launching of the official GRF website around the first of July, individuals will have the opportunity to make a modest contribution to become a Founding Member (aka, George's Heroes) and, in the process, help many children in need.
Watch in the coming weeks for an announcement in regard to becoming a member and what special rewards will come with being one of "George's Heroes."
The George Reeves Foundation has great dreams about what can happen in this effort. Those dreams have become the foundation's goals. All that remains is for those goals to become reality. The GRF needs your help, and they thank you for it.
To provide financial intervention to assist families with children suffering from serious illnesses or injuries.
To provide financial assistance via college scholarships to children with special needs to enable them to become self sufficient as adults.
To provide financial support to public or private medical facilities that offer free medical services to needy children.
To promote the image of The Super Hero, whose goal is to lift the spirits of seriously ill and injured children by touring hospitals around the country for bedside visits with them.
To develop and implement a plan for the Foundation to assume ownership of the privately owned collection of the Super Museum upon the death of the existing owner to preserve it for the enjoyment of future generations.
To provide a recreational and educational center, equipped to be accessible by disabled children as a part of the future Super Museum project of the Foundation.
To promote a positive male role model for families without a father in the household, to assist young men to develop into their future roles as fathers.