2010 Class of Caring Award Winners

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2010 Special Caring Award Winner(s)

Guardian Angel Award
Honorable Robert J. Dole

Russell, Kansas
United States

"It is so easy to care for somebody else, and thankfully most Americans do it America has a big heart, but we need to do a lot more caring for each other."-Honorable Robert J. Dole

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Mother Teresa Caring Achievement Award
Honorable Edward M. Kennedy

Hyannis Port, Massachusetts
United States

"We are all part of the American family," he once said, "and we have a responsibility to help members of that family when they are in need."-Honorable Edward M. Kennedy

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2010 Adult Caring Award Winner(s)

Lance Armstrong

Austin, Texas
United States

"We're going to wi. Anything is possible, but you have to believe and you have to fight."-Lance Armstrong

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Cathey Brown

Dallas, Texas
United States

"At the end of the day, we ask ourselves, 'so what?' The 'so what' is we have made a difference not just in one child's life, but in the lives of tens of thousands of children."-Cathey Brown

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Liz McCartney and Zack Rosenburg

Chalmette, Louisiana
United States

"With more volunteers and funds, we can get more and more families home together we can continue to rebuild homes and lives."-Liz McCartney and Zack Rosenburg

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Vicki Minor

Boise, Idaho
United States

"We do our best work after the casserole dishes have gone cold and everyone has gone home. The first year, they tell themselves he is out fighting a fire and will be coming home. It’s the second year they realize he is never coming home."-Vicki Minor

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Kevin Shannon, M.D.

North Hollywood, California
United States

"When you talk about it, people understand and for children with broken hearts, that may be the best medicine of all."-Kevin Shannon, M.D.

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Peter H. Thomas

Scottsdale, Arizona
United States

"When your values are clear, your decisions are easier."-Peter H. Thomas

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2010 Young Adult Caring Award Winner(s)

Molly and Carly Houlahan, Ages 18 and 16

Devon, Pennsylvania
United States

"You should find your passion whether it's basketball or bees. Then you should make it into a business and use it to do good."-Molly and Carly Houlahan

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Amanda LaMunyon, Age 16

Enid, Oklahoma
United States

"People call it a disability but I see it as an ability that lets me bring hope and help to others."-Amanda LaMunyon

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Talia Leman, Age 15

Waukee, Iowa
United States

"Just do your best at what you love Believe in your dreams. Find others who believe in them, too. You have the power to make this world a better place."-Talia Leman

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Alison Mansfield, Age 15

Fort Wayne, Indiana
United States

"The soldiers make a lot of sacrifices for us and you should give back to those who help you."-Alison Mansfield

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Joshua Williams, Age 9

Miami, Florida
United States

"When I see kids suffer I want to give them all the help and love I have in my heart."-Joshua Williams

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