Timeline-Morlock Foundation, Inc. 501c3 organization

Our Niagara County address has changed. Our new address is 140 Genesee Street, Lockport, NY 14094

Morlock Foundation, Inc.                                    501c3 organization

Timeline

 

2002

  • Business Plan Development

  • Strategic Planning with Werner & Giallombardo, John Papsidero attorneys at law

  • Submission to Internal Revenue Service and New York State for formation on Not-For-Profit organization

  • In Memory of Hal Greg Morlock passed away July 30 the original name of the organization would be changed

  • Approved by New York state as a Not-For-Profit

 

2003

  • The work for the foundation starts in an outbuilding at 396 Campbell Blvd. 

  • Morlock Foundation takes over Evangel food pantry as one of its programs

  • Girl Scouts start to work with Evangel food pantry on annual food drive

  • Morlock Foundation implements the first strategic plan

  • Internal Revenue approves the Morlock Foundation as Not-For-Profit organization granted 501(c)3 status

  • Save the Family Program rolls out helping families suffering from disease

  • Save the Family Program updates to add helping children suffering from disability

  • Save the Family: 22 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 4136 clients served during the year

 

2004

  • Save the Family Program updates to add helping adults and families suffering from disease and disability

  • Girl Scout 2nd Annual Food Drive

  • February: Foundation moves to 635 Dodge Road, Getzville

  • Foundation joins the Western New York Service Learning Coalition

  • Awareness Event at Lockport Gospel Festival 

  • Awareness Event at Christian Heritage Festival

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Little Caesar Fundraiser

  • TMF aids YMMM Camp brings awareness to what TMF programs consist of

  • Bob Klump Fund and Bike Ride

  • Best Sauce in Buffalo Contest Fundraiser

  • Save the Family: 203 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 5388 clients served during the year

 

2005

  • February: Foundation moves to its Buffalo Christian Center

  • Initiation of the Angel Food Ministries program

  • Girl Scout 3rd Annual Food Drive

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Luau Fundraiser

  • ACN Fundraiser

  • Golf Outing Fundraiser

  • Little Caesar Fundraiser

  • Spaghetti on the Go sponsored by Bing's Restaurant

  • Comedy Event Fundraiser

  • Buffalo Bill Stand Fundraiser

  • Walmart Hot Dog Sale

  • TMF works with Educated Health Care with the HealthPac 

  • October: Foundation joins Buffalo Niagara Partnership

  • Save the Family: 120 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 4903 clients served during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 426 clients served during the year

2006

  • Foundation implements new strategic plan 

  • CAP Program holds Butterfly Release in memory of those who lost loved ones

  • Awareness Event at Lockport Gospel Festival 

  • Little Caesar Fundraiser

  • Girl Scout 4th Annual Food Drive

  • Buffalo Bill Stand Fundraiser

  • Networking with WIN at Canisius College

  • Morlock Foundation becomes a member of VAWNY 

  • Foundation hosts first annual fundraising events, the Gala and  Golf Tournament

  • Save the Family: 205 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 5521 clients served during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 387 clients served during the year

 

2007

  • Development of Never Adopted Program

  • Girl Scout 5th Annual Food Drive

  • Buffalo Bill Stand Fundraiser

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Networking with WIN at Canisius College

  • Save the Family: 296 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 4926 clients served during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 487 clients served during the year

 

2008

  • June: Foundation starts to work with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • August: Board development and restructuring. Development of TMF Board Book and Board Training given by New York State

  • December: Foundation hosts first annual fundraising event, The Snowball Run

  • Girl Scout 6th Annual Food Drive

  • Buffalo Bill Stand Fundraiser

  • ByLaw Updated

  • Golf Outing Fundraiser

  • Rummage Sale Fundraiser

  • Craft Show Fundraiser

  • Save the Family: 387 Clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 6198 Clients served during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 1275 Clients served during the year

 

2009

  • Development of CAP (Community Awareness and Preparedness) Program

  • Girl Scout 7th Annual Food Drive

  • Networking with WIN at Canisius College

  • Never Adopted includes children and adults that were neglected. 

  • Continued board development, improvement of bylaws, policies and procedures

  • ByLaw Updates

  • Rummage Sale Fundraiser

  • Foundation 2nd year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • Save the Family: 473 clients during the year

  • Food Pantry: 5273 clients during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 984 clients during the year

 

2010

  • Never Adopted adding to the program a project to work with foster families to help them in the adoption process.

  • Never Adopted changes name to F.O.C.U.S. (Friends of Children Uniquely Served)

  • Girl Scout 8th Annual Food Drive

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Rummage Sale Fundraiser

  • Foundation brings on Non-Profit Management students to help write next strategic plan

  • Foundation 3rd year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • July: Foundation starts to work with Clarence and Amherst Youth Bureaus

  • TMF works with UB School of Social Work for the 1st year with Jennifer Baran as LMSW

  • August: Foundation moves to 2323 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214

  • Save the Family: 507 clients during the year

  • Food Pantry: 6100 clients during the year

  • AngelFood Ministry: 521 clients during the year

 

2011

  • Worked with United Way to write specialized business plan that would be used and changed yearly “Business Plan Deployment Model”.

  • Foundation completes New Business Plan Model trained by the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County 

  • Girl Scout 9th Annual Food Drive

  • ByLaw Updates

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • Foundation 4th year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience. 

  • TMF works with UB School of Social Work for the 2nd year with Jennifer Baran and  Josh R. as LMSW

  • Save the Family: 574 clients during the year

  • Food Pantry: 5661 clients during the year

  •  Issues happening at Angel Food Ministries Corporate offices and reduction of those serving leads the foundation  to end AngelFood Program, shifts focus to expanding client services and capacity building.

 

2012

  • TMF implements 2012 Strategic Plan

  • Girl Scout 10th Annual Food Drive

  • TMF Implements the first Business Plan Deployment Model for 2012 board level only

  • Foundation 5th year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • Development of Background Clearing House to Advocate to the state to make changes

  • Foundation meets with the John R. Oishei begins many transitions in the office with the goal of improved efficiency Western New York 

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need.  

  • Completion of 3rd Grade Library for Seneca Elementary

  • TMF continues to redevelop workspace for comfort, expansion of volunteer workforce

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • TMF continues to improve IT and Systems from 12 year old equipment

  • TMF continues to develop board, board planning, committees

  • TMF continues to expand volunteer knowledge and procedures

  • TMF works to redevelop board book

  • TMF works to continue development of google apps, new website (MorlockFoundation.org)

  • TMF collaborates with P2 to develop a “Navigate Curriculum” 

  • TMF starts making plans for making a sustainability model with goals
    TMF continues to train staff on new policies and procedures for expansion and development

  • TMF works with UB School of Social Work for the 3rd year with Rita G, LMSW

  •  Save the Family: 660 clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 7189 clients served during the year

 

2013

  • TMF develop and start Business Play Deployment Model for 2013 to help the board interact more with the daily hands on pieces of the foundation.  

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need.  

  • Girl Scout 11th Annual Food Drive

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • Holiday Party for STF Clients provided by Clarence Youth 

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Foundation 6th year working with  SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • TMF New Logo for 10 years is revealed

  • TMF Logo for Save the Family is revealed

  • Golf Outing Fundraiser

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 4th Year with Mary Jo G., LCSW. Jessica L joins as LMSW

  • TaskStream introduced to work with UB School of Social Work, Task Supervisor, Field Educator and Faculty Liaison 

  • CAP Project works with: Park School to provide school supplies for children in need

  • Save the Family: 771 total clients since conception. Total Saved families in medical bills, equipment and needs from conception        $10, 581,475.85

  • Food Pantry: 9243 clients served during the year.

2014

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 5th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • Girl Scout 12th Annual Food Drive

  • United Way Day of Caring

  • Holiday Party for STF Clients provided by Clarence Youth 

  • Foundation 7th year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • Sammy V Event, Helping Develop Leaders by overcoming obstacles

  • July - Work begins to research and plan for Samanatha’s Law

  • Aug- Board of Directors vote Allison Mills to be Director over Programs, title changed to Development of Management Support

  • Sept - Board of Directors -Develops a Risk Management Team

  • Oct- CAP work begins with CAO at Weinberg Campus for the parent room and plans for Parent workshops

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Dec- TMF Board of Directors works to redevelop with new changes 2015 Board Book

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need

  • CAP Backpack Project provides 17 backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need

  • Save the Family:  63 new clients, 177 open clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 9243 clients served during the year.

 

2015

  • TMF works the Business Plan Model and works to take it to the next level for 2016 to work with board level and staff level for programs, growth, and funding

  • Girl Scout 13th Annual Food Drive

  • United Way Day of Caring

  • Shred It Fundraiser

  • Cub Scout 1st Food Drive

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • Foundation 8th year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • Work Experience -  Vocational Rehab through Workman's Compensation - Provided over 12 months totalling 360 hours

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need

  • CAP Backpack Project provided 30 backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 6th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • Foundation 8th year working with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Save the Family: 61 new  clients, 146 open clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 8880 clients served during the year

 

2016

  • Tough Cookie Fund developed by Ronald, Ronnie and Cara Morlock and awarded to a high school

  • Girl Scout 14th Annual Food Drive

  • United Way Day of Caring

  • Cub Scout Food Drive 2nd 

  • Shred It Fundraiser

  • OTC School Internships

  • Court Appointed Volunteering

  • Buffalo State College Social Work Classes Internship Experience 1st year

  • Medaille College Psychology Internship 1st year

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • CAP Backpack Project provided 36 backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need

  • Foundation starts to work 9th year with SouthEast Works, People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • CAP Foster Children Backpack Project filled 40 backpacks with clothing for children in foster care 

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 7th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • Work Experience -  Vocational Rehab through Workman's Compensation - Provided over 8 months totalling 240 hours

  • Save the Family:  51 new clients, 160 open clients served during the year

  • Food Pantry: 12456 clients served during the year.

 

2017

  • Samantha’s TPR Rule in Development

  • Girl Scout 15th Annual Food Drive

  • United Way Day of Caring

  • Shred It Fundraiser

  • Glow for life Bike Ride

  • Kooky Kayakers

  • Buffalo State College Social Work Classes Internship Experience 2nd year

  • Rock For Hunger Food Bank Event -Evangel Food Pantry receives turkey donations and on the news

  • Tough Cookie Fund awards high school student

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 8th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • Foundation 10th year working with  People, Inc.City CAPP and The Olmsted Center for Sight providing work experience

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • TMF works with Daemen College School of Social Work for 1st year with Dr. Christopher K and Journey M.,LCSW

  • CAP Backpack Project 46 backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • Save the Family:  39 new clients, 165 open clients served during the year.  

  • Food Pantry: 12732 clients served during the year

 

2018

  • Samantha’s TPR Rule changes name to Voiceless TPR 

  • Girl Scout 16th Annual Food Drive

  • Cub Scout Food Drive 3rd

  • Medaille College Psychology Internship 2nd year

  • Annual Volunteer and Board Picnic

  • Buffalo State College Social Work Classes Internship Experience 3rd year

  • Rock For Hunger Food Bank Event -Evangel Food Pantry receives turkey donations and on the news

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • Niagara Power Authority Festival of Trees

  • Foundation 11th year working with  People, Inc.City CAPP providing work experience

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 9th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • TMF works with Daemen College School of Social Work for 2nd year with Dr. Christopher K and Journey M.,LCSW

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need.  

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • CAP Backpack Project provided 52 backpacks full of school supplies to children in need and worked with the Sanctuary Church Buffalo distribution 

  • CAP Community Needs Project provided 1500 items of clothing to the community to meet the needs

  • Save the Family: 43 new  clients, 178 open clients served during the year.  Total Saved families in medical bills, equipment and needs from conception $14, 479,287.36

  • Food Pantry: 12851 clients served during the year.

2019

  • TMF Works with UB School of Social Work for the 10th Year Supervised by: Mary Jo G., LCSW

  • Girl Scout 17th Annual Food Drive

  • Cub Scout Food Drive 4th

  • Foundation 12th year working with  People, Inc.City CAPP

  • Work with Lockport Family Focus Group

  • Main Office Moved to Lockport, NY 

  • Nifty Fifty Turkey Drive

  • ByLaws Updated

  • Walk off Hunger is supported by Evangel Food Pantry

  • TMF works with Daemen College School of Social Work for 3rd year with Dr. Christopher K and Journey M.,LCSW

  • CAP Project works with: PS #54 to provide school supplies for children in need.  

  • CAP Backpack Project provided 47 backpacks full of school supplies to children in need and worked with the Sanctuary Church Buffalo distribution 

  • Development of CAP Project: Danni’s kids

 

2020

  • TMF implements 2020 strategic plan

  • TMF implements the 2020 

  • Work with Niagara County Youth Board to make an impact on the lives of children in Niagara County suffering from the traumas of life