The Humanity of Giving

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The Humanity of Giving. Terence Morris. Author & Founder, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION. SEP. 06, 2018. 10:22 AM. feed-icon-28x28

Fellow Associates,

Today, I am announcing the declaration of “Our Unified World-ONEVision 2020.”

After 5 years of careful consideration, I have also decided this world changing organization embraces expressive caveat of societal morale and should be at the front of everyone’s thoughts. 

Although, I believe PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION will serve the online community well in its’ public transportation policy purpose, today, I am encouraging each of you to take part in the “Aware Pedestrian Movement.”

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Tulsa, OK local fundraising campaigns all have one common interest. That common interest is an equitable “One-Voice in Transportation. Without financing fundraising events and local campaigns can’t function as charitable causes because they have difficulty establishing their rightful place as U.S .Charity Networks.  

“It is only in togetherness, where all of us find our ONE VOICE in Transportation.” –Terence Morris, founder PACE TULSA FOUNDATION

We have to support one another and those causes that are making a positive impact in our communities.  It is more evident each day our PEDESTRIAN CROSSWALK CULTURE is evolving culture.  PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION is one of those online resource center organizations that is making this intellectual stimulus accessible.

These fundraising campaigns’ seek…

  • Re-enfranchisement in the communities that have faithfully served them.
  • These fundraising campaigns’ seek to regain their “One-Voice in Transportation.”
  • These fundraising campaigns’ seek to “Rise Up,” out-of-of critical under-financing.

One Vision 2020, “To Develop Core Ideological Goals that ‘Impact Peoples’ Lives’ in an Objective Way leading to Firm Commitments; Employable Decisions, and Creative Solutions for Our World.”

My colleague My Friend….

Maybe you or someone you know or even read about…

has been the victim of a Pedestrian Crosswalk accident.

A pregnant woman and her baby were leaving a concert at the BOK Center, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As the pregnant woman was crossing the street, a car revved up its’ engine and a drunken motorist slammed his vehicle into her and her baby. As a result of the accident the woman and her child almost died.

“In times of tragedy often we are expected to lay all of our troubles aside and focus on the road to recovery ahead.”- Terence Morris, founder PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, 2017.

Although, peace comes over our voice of fear, more insight of the events which traumatized us becomes clearer. It is during our solace that we must continually acknowledge our faith in a ‘higher power’ and remind ourselves that accidents are not our fault. Although, the painful feeling of loss takes over our will, because we survived the crash, the chain of death has been broken.

Like the pregnant woman and her baby, I had a long journey. However, each day after my Pedestrian Crosswalk accident I would remind myself that the world is a dangerous place. While recovering alone my thoughts were filled with anger and confusion. With exercise and practice, I began to harness the power of regenerative life.’ Worry doesn’t fix anything. I had to overcome the ‘spirit of sorrow.’ Soon a ‘spirit of revolution took control of my emotions. I no longer felt loss. I had an epiphany joined into my best expectations… and that’s…when “Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education” became my new walk within the miraculous. My health improved and my sense of self-worth changed. I whole-heartedly believe the opportunities of mercy that abounds us are created within the ‘spirit of benevolence.’ It is for all of these reasons I reach out to you again today in kindness for support.

By March 1, 2020, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION would like to have a substantial operating budget that is realistic.

We have set our goal for $10,000.00! The $10,000.00 would be spent to fully manage and create the elements of the Pedestrian Safety Campaign Planner that is in-line with the goals of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Council.

The $100,000.00 would be spent to fully manage and create the elements of the Pedestrian Safety Campaign Planner to include:

PACE TULSA FOUNDATION: Pedestrian-Safety-Starts-With-Me FUNDRAISING Campaign whic moves us all closer to a unified world vision for 2020.

Our Campaign Goal of $10,000.00 by March 1, 2020 is attainable

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The $10K will be used to spearhead our Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education safety campaign planner.

CAMPAIGN MATERIALS

The elements of the Pedestrian Safety Campaign Planner include:

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Medium & Content

  • (1) Pedestrian Safety Campaign Step-by Step Guide [this document]
    Approximately 100 pages, including images of the print PSAs, posters and cinema slides
  • (1) Beta video (broadcast quality – for TV stations)
    (4) TV PSAs
  • (1) Pocket folder
    (1) sample press release
    (1) set of guidelines
    (2) brochures
  • (5) Posters
    Based upon print PSAs
    (2) 24″ x 36″
    (3) 11″ x 17″
  • (1) Audio CD
    (6) 30-second radio PSAs
  • (2) Data CDs
    Electronic files including:
  • Data CD1
  • (15) print ads in a variety of sizes
  • (5) posters
  • (2) brochures
  • (8) cinema slides
  • Images/icons for promotional products/items
  • FHWA logo (positive and reversed)
  • Fonts
  • Data CD2
  • (4) TV PSAs as a QuickTime/RealPlayer file
  • (6) Press releases
  • (15) Newspaper articles with artwork

Administrative Expenses

Office Rental

Office Space and Furniture

Office Supplies and Equipment

Parcel & Cargo Deliveries

Additional Staff :

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