Timeline-More Lives..More Love...MORLOCK!!!!

Timeline

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

2002     
►The development and planning for what TMF (The Morlock Foundation) would become.  The goal was to immediately start making a difference for families and worry about the funding to pay salaries and to run, later.  
►November we received our approval from New York State to become a not-for-profit agency.  
►Established in Getzville, NY. 
►Evangel Food Pantry is taken over by TMF.


2003       
►Final approve came from the IRS.  
►Save the Family program is launched. 


2004       
►TMF Moves to bigger office in Port of Entry, Getzville, NY.
►TMF Joins Service Learning Coalition and Daemen College Present Carmaletta Zandi award for work and dedication to Service Learning. 


2005       
►TMF moves to bigger office at Buffalo Christian Center, 512 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY.
►TMF initiates Angel Food Ministry program in Buffalo and Williamsville, NY.
►TMF joins Buffalo Niagara Partnership.
       

2006       
►1st Americorp Vista Partner.
►TMF Hosts the first Open Toe Shoe Gala.
►TMF Hosts the first Golf Outing. 


2007       
►2nd Americorp Vista Partner.
►TMF Introuces the Never Adopted Program. 


2008       
►TMF Hosts the first Snowball Run.
►Board Development and Restructuring. 
►TMF Board Book Developed. 
►South East Works partners with TMF for work study project.
►Olmstead Center for Sight partners with TMF for work study project.
►People Inc - City Cap partners with TMF for work study project


2009

2010      

2011        TMF End Angel Food Ministry Program in Buffalo and Williamsville, NY. 

2012      

2013       New Logo Contest on sparked.com virtual volunteering site brings a winning design to the foundation for it's 10 year anniversary.
              New Moto.... More Love...More Lives...MORLOCK!


2014     

2015

2016     

2017

2018

           
2019       The main office moves to Lockport (Niagara County) while work still moving forward in the Erie County site. 
               Community Awareness and Preparedness Niagara County Committee is started with key member of the community ready to bring awareness and make change for children of the community.