Maria Acuna (left), the winner of the 2012 Diana Alexandra Grant for Higher Education, was a student at South Georgia College who excelled in school and comes from a low-income, immigrant background. It was our joy to be able to bless her!

Lucian Baschir was the winner of a Diana Alexandra Award for Academic Excellence in 2012 for his high grades. At that time, he was enrolled in third grade at the same school where Diana Alexandra studied and is struggling with a wheelchair-bound condition. Our foundation is blessed to have been able to help him!

Maria Gavrilut is a third-grader enrolled at the same school Diana Alexandra studied. In 2012, Maria was one of the recipients of our foundation's Diana Alexandra Scholarship for Academic Excellence. She has top grades and bravely faces life in a wheelchair. We thank God for the donations that made her grant possible!

Ionut Munteanu, Elena Baciu, and Constantin Dragos Munteanu were also recipients of our Poverty Relief grants in 2012. 

Iulian Ciprian Hirtan was our first grantee in 2013 who received our Diana Alexandra Scholarship for Academic Excellence.
We are so blessed to have learned about all his academic achievements! God bless our donors who made this grant possible!

Brenda Martinez (left) was the SGSC recipient of our Diana Alexandra Grant for Higher Education Students in 2013. So blessed to have met Brenda! Her story was featured in the local newspaper, The Douglas Enterprise (see article photo on the right). 

Our cancer patient Ionela Calin is now cancer-free and enjoying life. We were happy to share with her a Medical Grant in 2014.

Delia Dobrin was the recipient of our Diana Alexandra Medical Grant in 2014, which covered her vital medical equipment. We are blessed to have been able to help this beautiful angel!

Our three winners of Diana Alexandra grants in 2015, all SGSC students at the Valdosta Entry Program: (from left to right) Devion Smith, Maria Suiviri, and Nia Phillips. They are our promising future!

Craig Reddix and Niya Jordan, the SGSC winners of our Diana Alexandra Grant at the Valdosta Entry Program in 2016 totally won our hearts with their stories of overcoming tragedies in their lives.

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In 2016, we were so blessed to share organic, non-GMO food as part of our Food Relief outreach program with Emmanuel Davis, a brilliant SGSC student at the Valdosta Entry Program. 

Daniel Neagu suffers from a rare form of bone cancer that is currently in remission.  We extended a medical grant to Daniel in 2017.

Latasha Corbett, an undergraduate student at the SGSC Valdosta Entry Program and a mother of four, was the winner of our Diana Alexandra Grant in 2017. 

David Hanna was honored by the Governor of the State of Georgia as the best student at Valdosta State University and one of the top 10 students in the state. 

He graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's in accounting in 2017 and will complete his master's of accountancy program in December 2018. David was the winner of our Diana Alexandra grants in 2017 and 2018.

Andrei Victor comes from a family of shepherds and farmers and lives in a small village in Romania. He suffers from a severe heart condition which requires an expensive treatment and potentially a surgery. He was the recipient of one of our Medical Grants in 2018.

Ana Maria Codrean was an international student in Orlando, FL, when she was diagnosed with cancer. She battled cancer going to school and working three jobs.  We extended to her Diana Alexandra Medical Grants between 2012 and 2016.  On Easter Day, April 16, 2017, Ana went to be with our Lord, leaving behind a legacy of unwavering faith, hard work, courage, joy, love, and optimism. We know we will see her again in Heaven some day!

Renata Phillips of Valdosta, GA was the recipient of our Poverty Outreach Grant in 2017.

Gabriela-Elena Hosu was the recipient of our Poverty Relief Grant in 2013.  While she is dealing with Muscular Dystrophy, she is the blessed mother of two beautiful, healthy daughters. Her story is an inspiration to us!

This is the page on which our grantees will be acknowledged with their permission. If you are the recipient of one of our grants and wish to have your name (and photo) released on this page, please download the form below, sign, and date it, and return it to us as a .pdf attachment to

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Thank you for accepting our gift. We know our seeds of help will bear fruit when you will also make a difference in other people's lives! Be blessed!

A beloved father and grandfather, Ilie Anghel is fighting a rare form of cancer and had to seek treatment outside of his country (Romania) in Germany. We were so happy to contribute to his cure with a Medical Grant in 2018.