In your two examples, it's not used with a person's name, it's used with a common noun, 'stand' or 'foundation'. The specific foundation has a name, and as it's specific, the foundation has the definite article: it's the Cancer Research Foundation or the National Science Foundation or whatever; if it's named after a person, place, or company, it still takes 'the' because it's 'the . . . Foundation', as in the Getty Foundation or the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.