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Training Matters.

First responders need the

Best Training Tools.

Investing in real-world virtual classrooms will take our first responder training to the next level.

The expansion of the classrooms will include virtual reality and simulator based training. By utilizing simulator and virtual reality, law enforcement officers can be better trained in a realistic scenario based environment. Firefighters can improve incident communications and all first responders can be monitored, have deficiencies identified, errors corrected and given proper training prior to mistakes being made in the public setting.

We are asking for Community Support to reach our $1.0 Million goal. Won't you join us in supporting our first responders?

Giving Opportunities

  • Cash

    Most donors choose cash and cash equivalents, whether as annual gifts, a one-time gift, or a gift pledged over a two-year period. 

  • Gifts of Securities

    Gifts of appreciated securities—such as stocks, bonds, and mutual fund shares—provide a double benefit. Donors receive a charitable deduction, in most cases, for the full fair-market value of the asset on the day of receipt and avoid any potential capital-gains tax. 

  • Gifts of Other Assets

    Real estate and other personal property, such as artwork and special collections, can be transformed into important philanthropic support for the MAAC Foundation. 

  • Estate Gifts

    You can make your gift through your will or estate plan. If you do, please let us know your intentions. We want to be able to honor your gift and to ensure it will be used exactly as you intend. 

Funds raised to-date:



We need $475,000 to reach our goal!

About Our Virtual Classrooms

Our 3200 sq. ft. classroom plans include an interactive simulator. This simulator offers much needed immersive training scenarios for the most difficult real-world situations, including ambushes and active shooters. It is a tactical structure with adjustable walls and 5 screens. The screens are positioned in a room to create a 300° wrap-around environment. The instructor is able to select from 150 scenarios and adjust the situation in real-time. Think about it. Only this kind of training can produce the skills needed to help our responders maintain full situational awareness during times of extreme stress.

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Donations to our 501(c)3 are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

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