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Spread Some Sunshine Fund Seeks Applications

Spread Some Sunshine Fund Seeks Applications

How would you spread some sunshine with $250?
Get creative and think of something special you can do that will bring some positivity and light to the world. Four $250 awards will be given to celebrate Devin Ramdoyal’s life and commitment to connecting, supporting, and lifting up the friends he volunteered with at St.Amant. Apply by March 20, 2022, here.

This award, in partnership with St.Amant Foundation, celebrates Devin Ramdoyal’s life and commitment to connecting, supporting, and lifting up the friends he volunteered with at St.Amant. Four awards of $250 will be given to successful applicants.

What would you do with $250 to spread some sunshine?

Buy lunch for your friends?  Buy art for your home or a shared space? Take a class? The possibilities are endless…

Who can apply?

  • A person supported by St.Amant
  • A program or service area within St.Amant
  • Volunteers
  • Anyone connected with St.Amant can also nominate a person or area listed above. 

How to apply? 

Choose one of the three ways listed below:

OR

  • Print, fill out the application form, and return to 440 River Road

OR

  • Submit a 3-5 minute video sharing how your idea would spread some sunshine!
    • When submitting your video include:
      • ​Your name, email, and phone number 
      • How you are connected to St.Amant
      • How you would spread sunshine 
      • Who will be benefitting
  • You can share your video:

OR

OR

  • Using Google Drive

Deadline is Sunday, March 20. 

If you have any questions or would like to share your ideas in another way, please email here.

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