Diane's Memorial Fund

Please help us by making a donation towards the Robotics Program at Epiphany Catholic School in memory of Diane Watkins. 

Diane's children have been going to Epiphany Catholic School since 1990, with her youngest son, Andrew, currently enrolled in the 7th grade. In addition, Diane herself began teaching Robotics at Epiphany Catholic School in 2011.  

With Sister Margaret, Diane started the STREAM program (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics) in 2015. Since the program's inception, Diane's Robotics class has quickly grown into one of the most desired electives for Epiphany students.  She had a knack for sharing her passion and enthusiasm and thereby touched the hearts of so many students in so many ways. 

The Watkins family would like to ensure that Diane's vision for the program continues despite our loss of her. With your donations, we would like to establish a fund in Diane's memory to be used to ensure that the Robotics classes at Epiphany continue and Diane's vision for the STREAM program endures despite her death. 

Our goal is to expand and enhance the existing Robotics curriculum, continue to provide cutting-edge learning materials for the students,  and to ensure quality instruction continues for many years to come. 

Please help us by donating in any amount, no amount being too small. 


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Organizer and beneficiary

Nicolas Watkins 
Miami, FL
Nicolas Watkins 
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