Despite her hardship, in 2002 Trinabegan volunteering countless hours a week to the organization Concerns ofPolice Survivors, Inc. (C.O.P.S.) which benefits families of officers who losttheir lives while working.
Usher said the Scotts andvolunteers were excited when they saw him on the set. "It was just an ultimateemotional moment," Usher said. "I won't venture to say it was one of thegreatest 'Extreme Makeover''s, but it was definitely heart wrenching and amoment to remember."
While the Scott's home was beingreconstructed, the family flew to Californiato meet Selena Gomez on the set of "Wizards Of Waverly Place."
Usher's charitable organizationUsher's New Look donated $25,000 to the Scott family to support their communityservice efforts. In conjunction with C.O.P.S., the Scotts will use thecontribution to award $500 grants to help teens start community serviceprograms.
Usher is also offering the $500grants nationwide to youth aged 12 to 20. The money has to be used to startcommunity service and social entrepreneurship projects. Interested youth canobtain more information by visiting the websites PowerByService.org orUshersnewlook.org.
Usher's sixth studio album, "RaymondVs. Raymond," is scheduled for release in February. His current single "Papers"is No. 26 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.