improved community health through grants for medical research and community health services, with an emphasis on Alzheimer's research and finding a cure.
• college scholarships for financially challenged students through college application processes.
• programs that have strong potential to move low-income families, particularly single mothers, from poverty to economic self-sufficiency.
• students who desire to be classroom teachers.
• programs that improve the lives of youth with physical or mental challenges.
• programs that produce positive spiritual, physical, and emotional growth in children and young adults.
• religious organizations providing educational, spiritual, and financial assistance to their communities.
• programs that support the historically positive role of agriculture in communities.
• programs that recognize the value of pets to the welfare of individuals and communities.