Betsy DeVos – An Introduction to the Woman Behind the Charity and More
Betsy and her husband Dick have been beyond blessed in this lifetime. That alone is a vast understatement of the most epic proportions, for this lady and her husband alone have done more good than can be counted – and they’re still not done in this glorious fight. In fact, Betsy constantly notes that there is always room for improvement in charitable contributions and that the work is never truly done, for there’s always someone else in need of dire help, and that will always present the next exciting chapter in giving; this woman’s way of thinking is truly an inspiration to any young female entrepreneur seeking a path to follow and an example to model. Visit the website U.S. Department of Education to know more.
Betsy DeVos and Trump
Perhaps its for these divine qualities themselves, and something more, that President Donald J. Trump chose Betsy to be his Education Secretary in the first place. As a wise leader of many years, with success proven that is beyond count or question, President Trump has certainly shown that he knows how to pick talent; he recognizes it from a mile away as they say. In this case, it presented itself as the lovely and talented, unique Betsy DeVos – who also had plenty of years of experience in the political fight. Indeed, she had more than 30 years in the senate office and committee and has campaigned, hedge funded, strategized, spoken out and much more; she has done it all and lived to fight another day. That’s what America loves about her.
Contributions and More
Betsy and her husband have given millions of dollars away in the last 30 years, but that’s not all; in fact, these donations become mere small numbers on the scale in comparison to all the work that is still to be done as both DeVoses state. In her many years in office, Betsy has financially supported multiple conservative or Republican candidates of good morale, countless churches and healthy schools and their programs, missions organizations, grassroots movements and more. Among these donations stand a few worthy of extra note: Giving $400,000 to the Department of Educational Justice, as one can imagine, is no small feat. Neither is contributing $150,000 to the Success Academy Charter Schools of Greater New York City nor $305,000 both to The Boy Scouts of America and to The Grand Rapids Christian School Association, respectively. In addition, Betsy and Dick have given $50,000 to the Ada Christian Schools Society, $1,000 to The Christian Schools International, $250,000 to The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and even $400,000 to Art Prize Grand Rapids. Visit betsydevos.com to know more about Betsy.