The Medical Workers Scholarship Fund helps children of healthcare workers who died from Covid-19.

Many courageous First Responders and Front-line Medical workers sacrificed their lives fighting a faceless enemy in the midst of a world wide pandemic.

In gratitude, civilized societies must care enough to love, care for and educate the children they left behind.

Covid-19 affects 219 countries around the world

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   Healthcare Deaths

Kaiser Report 12/20/2020

Updated 04/11/2021

The Guardian reports 3,705 healthcare worker deaths.

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  • Nurse - 32%

  • Healthcare support - 20%

  • Physician - 17%

  • Medical first responder - 7%

  • Admin/ Admin support - 6%

  • Diagnosing clinician - 4%

  • Healthcare Technologist -4%

  • Community or Social Worker - 3%

  • Social worker - 3%

  • Cleaner - 2%

  • Other - 2%

  • Security personnel - 1%

  • Culinary/food services - 1%

  • Coroner - 0%

Many nurses are mothers. With a nurse death rate at 32%, why do they do it? More will die risking their lives for us know their children will suffer the loss. We need to be ready to help their  children. Are you up to the task? Until this disease affects someone personally, most people will simply turn their backs. So sad. So ungrateful. It pays to be on the good side of karma.

"Lost on the Frontline,” is an ongoing project from The Guardian and Kaiser Health News that aims to document the lives of health care workers in the U.S. who die from COVID-19,

Two weeks before he died, 35-year-old Charles "Charley" Torres struggled to breathe as he said his goodbyes to his three children and four stepchildren.

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"I love you with all my heart. I love you so much," Torres said in an emotional video. "Take care of your mother. I love you."

Charley was not a health care worker. The common thread here is about all those children now without parent(s).

Doctors, nurses, medical technicians and other staff have been deemed "front-line heroes" for quickly adapting, many working tirelessly and risking their own lives, as the novel coronavirus spread in waves and continues to overwhelm the system and workforce.

Courageous doctors, nurses and many other health care workers around the world continue to fight and sacrifice their lives fighting an enemy they cannot see.

Real courage is moving forward when the outcome is uncertain. Such people are heroic.
Traumatized children never forget loving parents. As children grow they pay an emotional price - year after year.  Never outgrowing or forgetting, children tend to internalize dreadful events. 
Courage must be recognized and honored. MW$F helps ease the pain for children by sponsoring them and caring for their needs.

Knowing someday the grieving process will subside, we plan to be one of the good things that will come out of this pandemic.  If you want to volunteer your help, 
please message us.

Healthcare Workers are Fighting a Faceless Enemy.

First Responders and Frontline workers bear the brunt.


Donald Beauchene Jr. was a Medical  First Responder  in Warren, Ohio working for the City of Warren fire  department.

 Sept. 6, 1966 — Nov. 17, 2020 (age 54)
 ‘He truly had a heart of gold’

When planes crashed into the twin towers on 9/11, Don Beauchene went to New York to help clean up the rubble.
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, he got on a plane to help with the rescue.

And, after he and his wife had raised seven children, they decided to adopt four children in need and raise them instead of retiring.

Many thousands of people coming in contact with Covid-19 around the world have suffered horribly and died. People like Yolanda and others should not have died too soon. 


Yolanda Coar was a 40 year old Front line Nurse  manager 

when she when she died of Covid-19 in August, 2020 in Augusta, Georgia.

Coar was described as a "devoted friend, nurse, sister and daughter," and as a woman with "a heart of gold."

Coar leaves behind two sons — 8-year-old Evan and 4-year-old Maddox — and her husband, Matt Coar.

Outstanding heroism must not go unrewarded and that is why we choose to honor first responders and front-line workers by educating and caring for the children they left behind.

Devastating events happen throughout history. This disease is likely to be with the world for years despite vaccines but there is a place for everyone to help out as the human race figures out ways to win this war.

I could use a few good partners in this effort so message me about what you can do to help. The form below is waiting for you.


 Courage is the mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty : the ability to do something that you know is difficult or dangerous : the ability to meet danger and difficulties with firmness.

Compassion motivates people to go out of their way to help the physical, mental, or emotional pains of another and themselves. Compassion is often regarded as having sensitivity, which is an emotional aspect to suffering. 

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 Generosity is the virtue of giving without expecting anything in return.  Many individuals tend to experience more joy and satisfaction when they can change someone's life through personal acts of generosity.


We honor healthcare workers courage & sacrifice when we educate their children.

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