The Rosa M. Douglas Grant Establishment.


72 views
Uploaded on:
Description
She had an extraordinary enthusiasm for the culinary expressions and shared her wellbeing battles to ... costs may exclude different expenses, for example, books, cooking supplies, travel, and so on ...
Transcripts
Slide 1

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Celebrating A New Way Today! Sapphire Social September 26, 2008 7pm-9pm

Slide 2

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation The Organization On March 4, 2008, The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation was established to pay tribute to Mrs. Rosa M. Douglas. It is a 501(c)3, charge absolved charitable association that spotlights on her real issues of concern: training, ladies\' wellbeing, culinary expressions/nourishment administration, and group mindfulness and initiative in the Carolinas. The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation will grant two grants to advance these activities. The Pink Rose Scholarship will be granted to cutting edge majors in ladies\' wellbeing. The Sapphire Scholarship will go to those looking for professions in the culinary expressions.

Slide 3

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Mrs. Rosa M. Douglas Mrs. Rosa M. Douglas, 1948-2007, was a dedicated spouse, mother, companion, and group lobbyist. She had an extraordinary energy for the culinary expressions and shared her wellbeing battles to enable others.  She carried on with her life helping other people. After her unforeseen and sudden passing, The RMDSF was established to proceed with her legacy.

Slide 4

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation The Board Angela Y. Douglas, President Kim D. Anderson, Vice-President Raymond L. Douglas, Treasurer Clarissa D. White, Secretary Brenda J. Bradley Ray L. Douglas empty

Slide 5

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Our Mission Our main goal is to advance ladies\' wellbeing, nourishment and the culinary expressions through group mindfulness crusades, grant grants, and other effort programs.

Slide 6

Women\'s Health & The Culinary Arts A Closer Look at the Carolinas

Slide 7

Carolinas\' Female Population SC females 2.2 million 51.3% Aged 18 or more established = 1.7 million Median age = 38.2 NC females 4.5 million 51.0% Aged 18 or more seasoned = 3.4 million Median age = 37.5

Slide 8

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Women\'s Health Major Causes of Death Among Carolina Females Cardiovascular/Heart Disease Cancers Lower Respiratory Disease Diabetes Rate of Death per 100,000 Females (NC/SC) Heart Disease – (191.3/192.2) Cancers –(162.9/162.1) Stroke – (66.5/70) LRD (ladies age 45+) – (113.6/109.9) Diabetes-related (88.2/78.4) Chronic Conditions Among Carolina Females Cardiovascular Disease Diabetes Cancers Thyroid Disorders Connective Tissue/Skeletal Disease Mental Health Infections Reproductive Issues Arthritis and Chronic Joint Pain Major Health Risk Among Carolina Females Blood Pressure Obesity Leisure Inactivity Alcohol Abuse Smoking Nutrition

Slide 9

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Women\'s Health Physicians Family/General Practice NC: 4,980 ($171,340) SC: 1,520 ($160,120) Internists NC: 1,130 ($190,950) SC: 490 ($193,260) Obstetrics/Gynecology NC: 650 ($201,970) SC: 490 ($168,170) Other Health Professionals Researchers Specialists Medical and Health Service Managers NC: 6,760 ($82,720) SC: 3,200 ($75,220) Fitness Trainers and Aerobic Instructors NC: 5,660 ($29,080) SC: 2,980 ($29,880) Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2007

Slide 10

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Women\'s Health Education Medical School Costs Average educational cost and charges for 2007-2008 scholastic year for first year understudies were: $22,199 for in-state $39,964 for out-of-state $18,000 extra expenses/costs Graduate School Costs $10,000 - $40,000 every year Source: US News & World Report

Slide 11

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Culinary Arts Chefs and Head Cooks NC: 2,630 ($36,620) SC: 1,820 ($34,760) Food Service Managers NC: 6,310 ($50,740) SC: 2,700 ($44,540) Dietitians and Nutritionists NC: 1,490 ($46,230) SC: 790 ($45,580) Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2007

Slide 12

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Culinary Arts Education Depending on where you go to classes, you ought to expect your yearly culinary school costs to fall some place inside these extents: Community school: $2,000 to $5,000 Culinary organization: $7,000 to $36,000 Public college: $3,000 to $18,000 Private college: $14,000 to $45,000 These costs may exclude different charges, for example, books, cooking supplies, travel, and so forth. Source: Cookingschools101.com

Slide 13

RMDSF & You The RMDSF needs you to GET INVOLVED!

Slide 14

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation How You Can Help Donate (budgetary and in-kind gifts) Private Donations Corporate Sponsorships Current Calls* Volunteer Event Committee/Event Staff Fundraising Committee Attend Come to our occasions Participate in our endeavors Recommend Tell others about us

Slide 15

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Upcoming Events Healthy Best of the Carolinas Tasting & Silent Auction Saturday, November 22, 2008 1pm – 5pm National Guard Armory (provisional) Armory Rd Chester SC

Slide 16

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Contact Us The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation PO Box 88 Chester SC 29706 Phone: (803) 377-3514 Email: info@rosamdouglas.org Web address: www.rosamdouglas.org www.rmdsf.org

Slide 17

The Rosa M. Douglas Scholarship Foundation Celebrating A New Way Today! The Website www.rosamdouglas.org (www.rmdsf.org)

Recommended
View more...