â€œA teacher affects eternity: they can never tell where their influence stops.â€
â€“ Henry Adams
To continue the legacy setÂ by Mrs. Honeycutt’s forty yearsÂ in educationÂ by being stewards for the education community.
We seek to assist current educators and/or their conjugalÂ family members whoÂ are currently battling cancer.Â Through monetary donations we hope to assist in the significant financial strains, which stem from treatment of this disease, so that their focus can solely be on recovery.Â All of us at one time had an educator assist us in our time of need, now it is our responsibility to return the favor.
The Vickie S. Honeycutt Foundation began in May 2010 to honor the woman who spent her life as a beacon of compassion for so many.Â Throughout her forty years in education, she was not only a mentor for countless students but for her fellow teachers, as well; all the while remaining an inspiration to her wonderful family, her husband Alan and their two children Ashley and Dane.
Most everyone can think back to the Vickie Honeycutt in their lives – that special teacher that at one time truly made an impact on them.Â Now itâ€™s our turn to give something back to them. With your donations, we help the people who spend their lives helping others: teachers and educators.
Mrs. Honeycutt continually aspired to provide a learning environment that would be conducive for children from all walks of life, regardless of their background. Â Our hope is that by setting up varying donation optionsÂ we can do the same and allowÂ everyone an opportunity to help make a big difference becauseÂ the small, continual steps lead to significant, life-changing differences.Â To donate or see the options available click here.
Our goal is to then provide assistance, with the help of your donations, to teachers and educators battling cancer so that their sole focus can be on recovery.
We appreciate all of the support but most of all, we would like to thank the woman that instilled the values that helped lead to this Foundation becoming a reality; Mrs. Vickie S. Honeycutt.Â We hope that she would be proud!
Please contact us if you know of an educator that could use our assistance or if you have any questions. email@example.com (info null@null vickiehoneycutt NULL.org)