“Supporting service men and women has been a personal passion of mine, my entire life. I am thrilled that later this year we will launch the Titanium Foundation that will focus entirely on that mission.” said Stollaire.
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (PRWEB) January 18, 2018
This week, CEO and Founder of TBIS announced the future formation of the Titanium Foundation, a non-profit organization to provisionally launch in Q3 this year. The Titanium Foundation’s priority mission is assisting disabled veterans who cannot work, getting Disabled Veterans and Military Veterans jobs, who can work, and supporting current military personnel, police officers, firemen, EMTs and first-responders.
During the Titanium pre-ICO event, Stollaire met a disabled vet, Edward Wilson and organized a gift drive for Mr Wilson’s family who had all but cancelled their Christmas due to financial strain. The donation drive for the Wilson family yielded great support from the Titanium community which was bolstered by Stollaire’s personal contribution of x2 of every donation received. “I was completely dumbfounded by the generosity of this new community and I cannot thank Michael enough for his support; it has meant the world to my family and I to be able to truly celebrate this time of year, a rare but wonderful thing since my returning from service as a disabled veteran,” said Mr Wilson about the donation drive.
February will see the launch of a monthly “Veteran of the Month” award, which will honor a veteran with a donation of Titanium BARs to the selected service member. And in Q3, 2018 the Foundation will be launched fully to provide additional services and awards.
“Supporting service men and women has been a personal passion of mine, my entire life. I am thrilled that later this year we will launch the Titanium Foundation that will focus entirely on that mission,” said Stollaire. “My number one focus right now is Titanium Infrastructure services which is why we will not launch the Foundation for around 6-9 months. Meanwhile we will continue to find ways to support service people through the monthly recognition and other small initiatives,” Stollaire explained.
The Titanium Veteran of the Month Award for the month of February is Manuel Mojica, a veteran that served in the US Army from 1994 to 2004 and is now working in Afghanistan as US Army Civilian contractor. “There are thousands of Vets out there more deserving of this recognition, so I will take this honor and serve them as passionately as I served my country,” said Mojica as the first line of honor in the list of many more of his fellow servicemen and women recognized as Titanium Heroes.
“I look forward to the day that we see the Titanium Foundation come to life as a non-profit that I hope will help elevate the lives of our all-too-often unsung heroes; these people risk their lives every day to keep us safe, and without them, we would not have our freedom and liberty. They need the best we can give them, and so WE WILL,” added Stollaire.
Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services is at the forefront of the utilization of Blockchain technology across personal and enterprise networking systems. Currently undergoing an Initial Coin Offering (ICO), Titanium is working to develop a proprietary solution that will virtualize an entire IT enterprise on a decentralized blockchain. The Titanium Core Team has over two-hundred (200) years of combined experience, and are considered to be in the top 1% of their respective technology fields. Titanium is also the very first blockchain start-up to achieve both Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) and Better Business Bureau (BBB) accreditation and is headquartered in Sherman Oaks, CA.