Location: Whitfield, Pennsylvania, United States

Thursday, December 07, 2006


No, I'm not talking about the old Bread song: if a picture paints a thousand words/then why can't I paint you? Eeek...did I used to listen to that stuff?

If you had the opportunity to create a scholarship fund, what type of person would be the recipient? Who would you name the fund after? What kind of qualifications would you require? Would you decide it could only be used for a certain school or age group? How would you choose the recipient?

Consider, of course, that everyone you know and love already has been given the gift of education.


Blogger Tom Carten said...

Keep checking this space; I'm spending some time thinking about it.

10 December, 2006 18:34  
Blogger Tom Carten said...


I think I would create a scholarship fund for children whose futures were brought to a screeching halt by circumstances beyond their control. A family disaster, for instance; everything was going along well and suddenly an event happened that wiped them out. Past financial status would not play into it, as long as they are now pretty much destitute and the child's educational future is down the drain.

Qualifications: Same as for any other student who wishes to attend that school. This is financial assistance in the face of disaster; nothing more.

Name: The Someone Cares Foundation.

29 December, 2006 19:31  
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