Accountability & Transparency
We will be based on the following:
Independent Voting Board Members
No Material diversion of assets
Audited financials prepared by independent accountant
Does Not Provide Loan(s) to or Receive Loan(s) From related parties
Documents Board Meeting Minutes
Provided copy of Form 990 to organization's governing body in advance of filing
Conflict of Interest Policy
Records Retention and Destruction Policy
CEO listed with salary
Process for determining CEO compensation
Board Listed / Board Members Not Compensated
Board Members Listed
Key staff listed
I have volunteered and helped people in the past, however when we lost our restaurant to Hurricane Michael in 2018, I realized that my drive and organizational skills could help an entire community. Knowing how to cook helped!
As a U.S. Marine I am fully aware of the pressures and needs which military families encounter. I remember walking into base services at different duty stations requesting help and feeling like I had failed in some way. In time I realized that I did not fail, I joined the Marine Corps to serve my country. I did not know at that time that I was being paid below the poverty level. Active Duty Service Personnel still find themselves in financially challenging situations, we just want to help.
Founder/CEO : Ernest Hall
U.S. Marine, Husband, Father and accomplished cook.
Identify those in need
Working with other 501 (c)(3) organizations we have been able to directly identify military families in need. Those families are almost instantly vetted and Operation Leadership goes to work!
Flip the script!
Federal Food Programs need to open their doors to the crisis at hand. We are urging our Senators to write and pass the E5 Bill. This Bill would state that ALL Military members E5 and below would be eligible to apply for Federal Food Assistance Programs.
Increase program awareness to other 502 (c)(3)
Providing education with regards to food & food management
Coming Soon! Online Cooking Classes.
Ernie working with a U.S. Coast Guard member after Hurricane Michael