M.A.D. 9/11 The Michael Allen Davidson Foundation

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M.A.D. 9/11
The Michael Allen Davidson Foundation

Received Written Congressional Recognition in 2012 by Senator Frank Pallone

Winner of the Fay S. Mathewson Award from NJRPA in 2011

2008 Monmouth County Parks & Recreation Difference Maker Award


10th Annual M.A.D. 9/11 Event

Annual Golf Event - Monday, September 21, 2015


$225 per person includes golf, buffet lunch/dinner with open bargreen fees / golf cartprizes, and raffles ($75 for dinner only)

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Please contact Jeff Davidson at (732) 865-1208

Payment can be made by clicking on the "Donation" button below (next to Michael's picture).  Please specify what you are paying for (golf, sponsorship or donation).  Also, please feel free to review the corporate sponsorship options listed in the "Sponsorships" tab.


We have established this Foundation in memory of Michael to try and make a difference on his behalf. We lost Michael on September the 11th, 2001. I knew his life touched so many people when, at his memorial service, I looked out across the sanctuary at the congregation just before we started and there was no standing room left at all.

Michael meant so much to so many people. I’d like to tell you a little about him. Michael and his brother Jeff were raised by their mother. Michael, after causing a bit of trouble in his high school days, quickly turned his act around and enrolled at Union County College. After receiving very strong marks he transferred to Rutgers University at New Brunswick. After graduating in 1997, he quickly became a very successful trader and in 2001 was about to be made a partner at Cantor Fitzgerald, one of their youngest. Michael worked on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center, North Tower.

Michael was a son, a brother, a grandson, and a friend. Michael was one of those few people that when you were with him, you instantly felt something good. At only 27, he had a remarkable way of understanding life. Mike was everything that was good and right in the world. He knew how to love and be loved. He knew how to smile and laugh and make others smile and laugh. He cared not only about himself but others around him. He symbolized family and epitomized what a friend should be.

Michael lived each day to its fullest. He worked hard and played hard. This foundation was established to memorialize his attitude for life. We will work very hard to establish a perpetual scholarship for those students in need who were raised by a single parent (as Michael was) and to rebuild/refurbish outdoor recreational facilities for children to play.

We hope that you will help us keep the memory of Michael alive and look forward to your support. Thank you from the entire Board of Directors.

Ellen Davidson, Michael’s mother
Jeff Davidson, Michael’s brother
Alan Kirshenbaum, Michael's friend
Michael Orozco, Michael's friend

If you have questions, comments or suggestions, feel free to contact us anytime at info@michaeldavidsonfoundation.org.

If you would like to make a donation, you can use the PayPal link above or send a check made payable to "The Michael Davidson Foundation" to 19 Goddard Drive, East Windsor, NJ 08512.


The M.A.D. 9/11 foundation will address the need for social, economic and religious tolerance through the education of our youth coupled with the restoring of recreation facilities in the remembrance of those lost.