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fotos de caderonas colombianascard Hello, my name is Ali Painter. My Grandma Ruth Stanton is 94 years old and has volunteered in her community and for this nation all her life.
Throughout our generations my family has served America through volunteerism and living purposeful lives. To honor her lifetime dedication and service I am offering
a $500.00 grant to the person, family, or organization who most reflects Grandma Ruth’s
dedication and life long service.
Meet Grandma Ruth Stanton
Grandma Ruth has always been a dedicated volunteer who wasn’t afraid of hard work. She is a faithful and kind team player who helped anyone in need and has always
put others’ needs above herself. During her life she has volunteered and supported agencies like Habitat For Humanity, Goodwill, and the Red Cross. She has also supported homeless shelters, worked as a drug and alcohol counselor, and donated to various organizations feeding the hungry. She has ministered to the sick at the hospitals and has given financially to those in need.. She has taken in troubled teens and families that needed temporary
housing and raised three foster children. For over 80 years she has supported various missionaries through financial support, making quilts, and sending educational supplies. She never misses church and is a prayer warrior for those having problems. My Grandmother taught us all to live purposeful lives and hopefully her example will inspire others to live an accomplished goal driven life so generations will continue to help America stay strong.
How did the Ruth Stanton $500.00 Community Grant Start?
Last Christmas we were doing some last minute shopping in Oroville, California where my Grandparents live. We saw an advertisement asking for food donations and we went
inside the store to find out more. There we met an amazing volunteer who inspired us. We stopped our Christmas shopping and went coupon shopping instead (see photo). We told Grandma Ruth of this woman’s compassion toward the less fortunate and commitment to volunteerism. The idea of the Ruth Stanton Community Grant was born.
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believes in and if she should be our winner. Both Grandmas were in agreement when they met this kind and generous lady. She is indeed deserving of this honor and will be presented the Ruth Stanton Community Grant of $500.00 on March 9,
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Stanton Community Grant Winner
We are proud to
announce the 2009 winner of the Ruth Stanton Community
Chantelle Bateman of Taylors, South Carolina.
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Bateman has always had a heart for volunteering. As a
little girl the greatest influences in her life were
various missionaries that dedicated their lives to
helping others in need. Chantelle also learned by the
example of her Mother, Step Father, and Grandparents
to put others above herself. Without prompting she
would give her hard earned allowance to the church and
volunteer her time and efforts to those less
fortunate. After the 9/11 attack on our nation,
Chantelle and her parents made the decision to go and
see the Pentagon and pay their respects to the
victims. This incredibly humbling experience inspired
Chantelle to take up a collection for the victims of
9/11 by going door to door collecting money and food
which she donated to the American Red Cross.
Chantelle has served on
six mission trips, volunteered 4 years with Habit For
Humanity, served as Key Club president for 2 years,
has been a Big Sister for 2 years in the Big
Brother/Big Sister Organization, has collected toys
for Toys-For-Tots & Sub-For-Santa for 6 years, served
in Praise Band and Choir during High School, taught
skills and coached young children to play basketball
and soccer for 6 years, organized food, coat, and
blanket drives to help people in need, among other
numerous volunteer services. Chantelle has been
honored by several organizations for her Volunteer
Service and Fund Raising abilities.
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leader for college volunteer projects, continues
volunteering with Relay-For-Life as she has done for 4
years, volunteers at a Non-Profit Christian
Organization for the Mentally Retarded and
Handicapped, visits the elderly in Rest Homes,
volunteers as a mentor for young girls in the Juvenile
Detention Center, serves in the Institute Choir, and
continues to be a mentor for several underprivileged
Chantelle is planning
to serve on a mission trip to Thailand this May where
she will be volunteering in 2 refugee camps, as well
as visiting an HIV/AIDS Hospice. She plans to use the
$500.00 from Ruth Stanton to help pay for this.
Chantelle has won various awards for volunteering
including the bronze, silver, Gold, and Lifetime
Presidential awards, as she has over 4,000 hours of
volunteer service. Thank You Chantelle for being a
wonderful example and volunteer; and the 2009 winner
of the Ruth Stanton Community Grant.
sure to view our Photo Gallery
for winners photos and more!
the 2008 Grant Winner Information Here>>>
the 2007 Grant Winner Information Here>>>