COMMUNITY JUSTICE is an important part of community protection. We here at The Elect 144 take abuse, in any form physically, verbally or otherwise direly serious. anyone Under the banner of the Rachel Carter foundation we will do everything in our power to assist anyone victimized by abuse. A wide range of behaviors may be classified under spousal abuse according to both criminal and family law definitions. The majority of spousal abuse cases involve some form of physical violence committed by one spouse against the other spouse such as rape. However, spousal abuse can also involve the following types of conduct:
Many spousal abuse cases can involve one or more of these types of conduct, especially if the abuse is an ongoing problem.
Also, one major concern with spousal abuse is that it often goes unreported. This is because many victims may be hesitant to have their spouse or partner involved with legal authorities. Or, an abusive spouse may often threaten their partner with further harm if they file a report with the police. Legal intervention may become necessary in serious cases
COMMUNITY SERVICE develops an increased sense of social responsibility – a global view of society and a heart for 'giving back' and helping others. Provides an opportunity to apply academic learning to real life events. Every Saturday, The Rachel A. Carter Foundation mobilizes our teams of volunteers to make a real difference. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on
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FOUNDATIONAL PURPOSE is to fully help the community providing services with the people who need them. Come connect with people in new ways. This Foundation feels that that setting up an educational scholarship fund is a heartfelt and meaningful way to give back to our community while honoring our loved one Rachel Carter
The Rachel A. Carter Scholarship Foundation awards The Rachel's Purpose Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students who are a full-time high school or junior-level student at a four-year in at his/her institution and in the upper quarter of his/her class. Must be a United States citizen or a U.S. national from American Samoa or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Applicants must have an extensive record of public and community service, have outstanding leadership potential and communication skills. Must also be committed to a career in government or elsewhere in public service as defined by the foundation. For more information or to apply, please contact our Scholarship provider: