Ralph A Cooke, Sr.
Class of 1973
HUMANITARIAN SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Being a humanitarian means helping people who are in need of life sustaining assistance, those who are suffering and saving lives at any time and in any place in the community, country, or world. Humanitarian work requires being responsible, conscious of the circumstances of other people’s lives, and helping them on the basis of need, without discrimination.
Humanitarian assistance must be impartial and no discrimination on the basis of nationality, race, gender, religion, political opinion, or class. It must be based on need alone.
This Humanitarian Scholarship Award is presented to those who have demonstrated their compassion and efforts towards helping those in need and a desire to make a difference in the condition of our fellow man and children and to elevate humanity by commitment and service to community and the world.