Contributions

Dec. 2006- Southern University New Orleans-The Doley Foundation funded them with a full legal library of books to be used in their library that was devastated during “Hurricane Katrina”

 

 

 

Prior to that, the Foundation submitted a check in the amount of $25,000.00 to the Texas Southern University for research reports that are comparable to Wall Street Analyst Reports on various oil and gas companies that are publicly traded in Texas, particularly in the Houston area and they have produced these reports and submitted them to financial institutions in the Texas area as well as the public pension funds for the state of Texas and their financial advisors in terms of recommendations on these stocks and they would substantially buy recommendations.

 

 

There is a similar type of program at Tulane University Stern Business School. Success rate has been tracked and exceeds Wall Street in their success rate, which we would like to emulate as well at our schools. We have been working with Texas Southern University and Lincoln University in getting their students into internship programs and this is extremely competitive because there are students across the country that is competing to work on Wall Street. We have submitted several names from those two universities because there is only one way to get to Wall Street standing up, that is with an internship.

Another commitment that has been made by the Foundation is the Barnes Foundation/Museum in Philadelphia, the control of which was turned over to Lincoln University. They are working with the Governor Rendell. The Barnes, although a museum, is really an educational institution first. We have committed $25,000.00 (that figure will most likely grow) for a Lecture Hall for the Lincoln University students at the new facility to be completed in late 2008 or 2009.

The Doley Foundation has also contracted with an African-American sculptor to design a sculptor dedicated to people of color that have worked and contributed to New Orleans and to Louisiana. Music, literature, culinary arts, etc. at St. Louis Cemetery No. 1.

 

 

The Doley Foundation has provided travel for the ten sisters of the Blessed Sacrament

to attend the canonization of Saint Catherine I. Drexel at the Vatican. They also would like the additional Native Americans that were educated by the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament to attend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mother Drexel was Canonizied on October 1st of the year 2000. She was also the second American born Saint.

 
Working with Harold Doley, Founder of Doley Foundation, through his work in the oil and gas industry, the Foundation asked Ambassador Doley to share his insight and knowlegde of offshore exploration and production. Ambassador Doley was a member of the Louisiana State Mineral Board and the Founding Director of the Minerals Management Service (MMS) at the U.S. Department of Interior, which regulated the Outer Continental Shelf. The following letter was provided.
BP_Letter

Doley Foundation, working with a Thurgood Marshall College Fund member school, the University of the District of Columbia completed the following valuations for Sagarmatha Technologies Limited. This represented the largest valuation of any black company in the world.
Redwood_Valuation Summary Report

UDC Valuations