News & Events

Scholarships Awarded

May 25, 2010

Shauna & Jonathan The Adam St. Martin Foundation awarded it's first college scholarships in record time at a celebration a Long Beach City College on May 25, 2010 just five months after it's inception.  Scholarships were given to Shaunna K. Catterall  who will be attending Cal State Dominguez Hills in the fall, Jonathan P. Roberts  and Beffy J. Langkun who are currently attending Long Beach City College. 


It’s Scholarship Time

May 1, 2010

The Adam St. Martin Foundation is pleased to annouce that it is giving away it's first two college scholarships at the end of this month.  The foundation is working with Long Beach City College to grant two $1,000 scholarships to Long Beach City College students who are returning to the school or are transfering to a University. We are currently reviewing applications and on May 25, 2010 the scholarship award winners will be announced at a reception hosted by the Long Beach College Foundation.


HPWP Consulting Pays Tribute to Adam’s Memory

April 16, 2010

Sue Bingham, the Founder and Principal of HPWP Consulting, has known Adam since he was a just a little boy.  She wanted to pay tribute to his memory and did so by creating a memorial page for Adam on her organization’s website.  Click on the attached link to see this wonderful honor www.hpwpconsulting.com.  HPWP Consulting, LLC is a truly great organization that focuses on creating organizational improvement and creating high performance work environments.


The Adam St. Martin Foundation Partners with Donate Life California

March 29, 2010

Chances are you know someone on kidney dialysis, or whose eyesight is failing, or who has suffered from a serious back or sports injury. These are all people who need organ, cornea or tissue transplants for their health and well-being – or even life itself. Because of this need, the Adam St. Martin Foundation has partnered with Donate Life California to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation and encourage people to register. You have the power to make a difference in the lives of people in need by joining the state donor registry. Read Adam’s story and sign up today.


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