Scholarships for upcoming nurses who have a heart to serve the elderly population in the community.
Our organization Rophe Healthcare Adult Day Service Center Program is a faith-based not-for-profit organization, with an active 501(c)3 status. Rophe has been developed to provide a community-based care option for the Aging population.
We have compassion for the baby boomers as they are a part of aging population. Some of our parents, grandparents, and/or relatives are currently living with Dementia or Alzheimer’s without a person-centered care opportunity.
Our mission is to enhance their lifestyle by optimizing the care of the “whole” person, mentally and physically.
Your support and contributions will help Rophe Healthcare Day Care Service Center provide scholarships for community based services needed to prevent this population from living in isolation and becoming institutionalized.
You may give online by clicking the PayPal button below or mail a check or money order to:
Rophe Healthcare Adult Day Service Center
430 E. 162nd St, #106
South Holland, IL 60473
Thank you for sowing a “seed” into your future!
The Lloyd “Jethro” Alfred Martin Sr. Humanitarian Nursing Scholarship
Lloyd Alfred Martin, St. was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 13, 1926. He was the youngest of five children and fathered 8 beautiful children. He was initially named Jethro, like Moses’ father-in-law of the holy scriptures .
Lloyd graduated in June 1944 from Franciscan Parker High School after several ‘school’ transitions. Soon after graduation, he enlisted in the United States Navy. He was a proud military serviceman that served as a Boatswain’s Mate (Shipboard) 2 on the USS Fletcher (DD-445). During his years of service, Lloyd served in two wars: World War II and the Korean War.
Lloyd received several medals and ribbons: The Victory Medal, on June 30, 1948, The American Area Campaign Medal, the Asiatic – Pacific Area Campaign Medal, the Philippines Liberation Medal, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Medal, and the China Service Medal. He was honorably discharged on September 1, 1952. After serving in the military, Mr. Martin became a Licensed Practical Nurse and served in the nursing home level of care.
At the age of 94, Mr. Martin Sr. made his transition from this life. In order to continue the memorial of his life, Sireasa Martin, the youngest daughter, has partnered with Rophe Healthcare Adult Day Service Center in the establishment of The Lloyd “Jethro” Alfred Martin Sr. Humanitarian Nursing Scholarship. This scholarship is the statement of Mr. Martin’s life and legacy as one that laid down his life to serve others. The recipient of this scholarship will have demonstrated integrity, humility and compassion.
The scholarship is not accepting applications currently. Please click the “wait list” link to add your contact details. We will follow-up via email once the application process begins.
1. Accepted into a Nursing program (a copy of the acceptance letter is required); ADN or BSN is acceptable.
2. GPA of 2.0 or higher.
3. 3 letters of recommendations from 2 from professionals, 1 from a parent, grandparent, sibling, etc.
4. Completion of 1 volunteer activity within 3-6 months of receiving the award.
5. 250-500 word essay about what you have done to change someone’s life and the impact you have made in the life of an elderly person.