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Mission Statement

The Mission of DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation (DMFLF) is to prepare today's students for a lifetime of financial responsibility through engaging financial literacy educational programs delivered at no cost to schools and homes. Our student centered, multi-sensory program and visionary approach promotes sustained learning and provides educators the opportunity to address the needs of the individual learner using relevant and relatable curricula. Our programs are offered at no cost.

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The DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation was formally incorporated in New Jersey in 2012, and in 2013 was granted IRS tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) as a Public Charity. Apart from educators working on curriculum development, DMFLF has a predominantly volunteer staff. The DMFLF Board of Trustees consists of 11 active members. The organization’s principal offices are located in Princeton, New Jersey. Since its inception, the DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation has created and tested a curriculum that has become one of the most popular in the schools where it has been piloted. We are presently engaging schools and educators within the central New Jersey and Bucks County in Pennsylvania in hopes to fulfil our vision for as a "A Financially FIT America."

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http://doughmaineducationfoundation.org/

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by Edward (Brad) R. (2018-04-13 07:47:55.0)
1. I volunteered for an admin/ operations job but after being considered for executive coordinator was turned down: "Overqualified," yet they wanted someone "with more admin experience." 2. What "more admin experience" do they need? Because I: (a) Was Regional Administrator for 6 countries of an NGO with 130,000+ beneficiaries and $35,000,000 budget, and held jobs such as OIC of an NGO office in West Africa; (b) Have managed 20+ professional staff at a time - more than their total interns; (c) Am available immediately; willing to drive 26 km daily, 5 days/ week; and work 5 hours/ day on THEIR terms (I was not free to choose my hours); (d) Am a CPA with 30 years in nonprofits including those that delivered adult literacy and children's education programs; (e) Speak four languages and have vast multicultural experience. 3. Financial literacy? At $8/ hour minimum, that's $200/ week in-kind donation. Not to mention funding sources I could have helped them tap.