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of all aspects of the Internet websites and office computers to Linux
as the operating system.
As we reload our web pages, some links may not work. This will be
corrected. We are sorry for any
inconvenience this may cause.
Society for Accurate Information and Distribution is implementing
Michigan missing children and has links for Amber Alerts in Michigan.
If you think you might have seen a child that is missing or is in a
current Amber Alert, it is OK to call. Honest mistakes will not get
anyone in trouble. You would want someone to call if it was your child.
goals of the Foundation are:
where information is easily reviewed and honest comparisons between the
many sources are available so that sound and accurate decisions can be
made by each of us.One
effort is the several websites offering different sources for
information which will make it more apparent what the pertinent facts
that will influence our decisions will be.
and offer a
curriculum which will help develop critical thinking in students in
grades 7 – 12. The curriculum can be part of the daily academic
schedule or as a special activity or after school club. This curriculum
is available free of charge to schools, worship centers, and
Help our government
agencies learn the techniques needed to better communicate with the
public and professional groups. These techniques are also helping
non-profits to explain their purpose and agenda.
Creating for free or
for a nominal charge campaigns which help non-profits to gain the
community support. Just as important is positive entertainment which
makes all of us feel
better about ourselves and those around us.
The last major area
is to help remove the self-imposed segregation created by politics,
faith, age, and ethnicity. It is the
Foundation's opinion that we must
work together with the understanding of honest disagreement, fair
business practices, and mutual demonstration that time is valuable to
all of us as individuals and collectively. We must work together to
remove those bottlenecks that waste time, effort, and
plain simple words, stealing time is even a
more serious crime than stealing from the cash register or the shelve.
It is deliberate theft that must stop.
The Society for Accurate Information and Distribution, a