Earl Page Cooper Scholarship
Earl Cooper changed the energy in a room. His graciousness pervaded his actions and his interest in others led him toward friendship and ease and peace. Conversations provided Earl great pleasure – coffee was a conduit – or wine, particularly pinot grigio. He had a rare ability to pull someone in and make that person feel safe to talk and share while giving comfort and assurance.
Who Funds this Scholarship?
The scholarship is dedicated in memory of Earl Page Cooper - husband, father, marriage/family therapist, horse trainer and hospital supervisor of spiritual care. Earl believed in the power of conversation and therapy to heal; whenever he could, he used horses to help the healing.
What is the Scholarship Objective?
This scholarship will provide, through the use of horses, private therapy and support for first responders & veterans.
Who will the Scholarship Serve?
The scholarship serves first responders & veterans who seek support groups or individual counseling. These individuals either have insurance or request service but do not want to use insurance to cover the care.
*Checks are accepted. Each donation is tax deductible**.
Please make checks payable to Hunkapi Programs, MEMO: Earl Page Cooper Scholarship, ATTN: Hunkapi Programs, 12051 N. 96th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85260
**Donors should consult their tax advisor on further information