the m p w c Foundation, inc.
UNDERPROMISE and OVERDELIVER
Last minute changes and an important announcement (regarding termination of this Foundation):
And now for information that effects you AFTER the Founder's death (or disability, or merely having to vacate his office and functions):
What changes have been made since the Founder left his office at this Foundation? If there are ANY, they must be fully disclosed. And it is the right of any outsider/reader of this page to bring any inappropriate changes (first to our Trustees, but if not corrected promptly, then) to any governmental (Mexican or USA - IRS or State of Texas) authority, or any default beneficiary (Rider University or the ACLU Foundation) if the changes are not in accordance with the Founder's original wishes as already shown on the other pages of this web-site. Except as noted below, no changes are authorized after the Founder has become disabled, incapacitated, or has died. This web-site (all of its pages) becomes the "bible" (and instructions for all continuity requirements) for how this Foundation is to be run. The endowment provided in the Founder's Will and his Trust Agreement requires that the Foundation's Trustees run the Foundation as the Founder has set it up or, by default, close down the Foundation and turn over the endowment to organizations in the USA picked by the Founder. This instruction was intended as an incentive to provide community pressure to remind the current Trustees to fulfill his pre-death, pre-endowment wishes. For more information on this, see founders will (especially the sections called "d-replacing the founder as a trustee ... instructions regarding the future operations of the Foundation, points 2e and 2f." and "e - the continuity of the mission and operations of this Foundation as well as that of its grantees")
Note: changes necessitated by any governmental requirements are also to be disclosed. That type of change is allowed, of course, as long as governmental requirements do not change the Founder's intent as disclosed elsewhere. However, those changes made as a result of current Trustee's or other Foundation officer's perceptions of changed circumstances - also fully disclosed - require any outsider/reader to first bring their perceptions to the attention of the Trustees and if they don't receive satisfaction, they might consider secondarily bringing their facts to the attention of any interested parties here in San Miguel (newspapers, Yahoo and/or coollists, other interested parties, etc., etc., etc.) before going to governmental authorities, or the default beneficiaries. That should be their last recourse.
No pages of this entire web-site may be modified after the Founder's disability, incapacitation, or death. The subsequent changes, such as later minutes or any government-required changes, or any other changes are to be handled as described below.
INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ALL SUBSEQUENT CHANGES follow:
Since this entire website is to remain unchanged starting after the Founder's death or even his incapacity, the Trustees are instructed to set up a new (very small) web-site dedicated to ONLY ANY CHANGES from this web-site. It is (if possible) to be named mpwcf#2.org). Since this new web-site is initially intended by the Founder to cover ONLY government-mandated changes, the Foundation's own annual financial statement, and the minutes of board meetings, there should be VERY FEW (probably NO) other changes from this current web-site. A link to this page (that you are NOW reading) and also to this original web-site (these will be two separately explained links) should be prominently displayed on the new web-site noted just above. Again, if possible, the new web-site is to be named mpwcf#2.org.
If any interested person believes that the trustees are not operating in accordance with this, the original web-site (the one you are now reading), they should first write to the firstname.lastname@example.org address and request the web-site URL (the http:\\) address of this new web-site that discloses these (supposedly publicly disclosed) subsequent changes.
If the reading of the new page of "subsequent changes" on the new web-site does not publicly explain any changes to the satisfaction of this interested reader and in accordance with this page you are now reading, the remedy for such wrongful Trustee behavior is described in the "Note" (approximately 4 paragraphs above) this paragraph.
“Underpromise and Overdeliver”
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