Accountability Works

Diane DiamantisFormation, Non-ProfitLeave a Comment

In my last post I explained our family goal of setting up a 501(c)3 for the purpose of awarding college scholarships to students with Tourette’s Syndrome. I also stated that I was going to begin the incorporation in May. Sometimes when embarking on a goal, it helps to have an accountability partner. Recently I discovered that a friend of mine, … Read More

My Time at Camp Twitch and Shout

Diane DiamantisAbout the FoundationLeave a Comment

Note: Today’s blog is a guest post by my 22-year-old daughter, Kelsey Diamantis. Kelsey’s experience at Camp Twitch and Shout was invaluable to her, and has made her even more dedicated to getting The Kelsey B. Diamantis TS Scholarship Family Foundation, Inc., dba Dollars 4 Tic Scholars, underway to provide college scholarships to kids with Tourette’s Syndrome, and camp attendance … Read More

Camp Twitch and Shout Experience

Diane DiamantisAbout the FoundationLeave a Comment

We just arrived back home to Florida after a 10 hour drive. Camp Twitch and Shout was held July 12 through 18 in Winder, GA, thankfully about 10 minutes from where my niece lives in Statham. I stayed with my niece and her wonderful family, while my daughter Kelsey volunteered as a counselor at the camp. Why Did We Go … Read More

We’re Going to Camp!

Diane DiamantisAbout the Foundation

Well, I’m not going, actually, but my daughter is, and I’m going with her. In addition to creating a non-profit organization to award college scholarships to students with Tourette’s Syndrome, our family non-profit will have a secondary focus. Somewhere down the road, we plan to contribute funds to send a kid to summer camp. Let me explain. When searching the … Read More