The Beth Chapman Memorial Scholarship has been established in her name. It is one small way for these daughters and her mother’s friend to honor her. This scholarship was designed to assist those in obtaining their GED or HiSet test for high school equivalency.  Their message is that of hope and faith.

Everyone wants a chance. A chance to do or be something. It starts with a chance. An extended hand from another. Yes, it can be as simple as that.

Each year 1.2 million people drop out of high school. Most learn to regret that decision. While the decisions to do so are complex, the underlying causes are not usually under the control of the student. Many studies have shown poverty and pregnancy as common reasons. The Beth Chapman Memorial Scholarship helps address this issue by giving a chance to complete this basic level of proficiency.

Below is a short outline of their message.

Their goal is to provide opportunity, awareness and meet program funding needs.

Did you know:
1. FACT: Over 80% of those incarcerated in the Federal and State prison systems do not have a HS diploma.
2. FACT: 1.2 million students drop out of high school annually. That’s roughly 7,000 students a day.
3. FACT: Males without a HS diploma are approximately 50 times more likely to end up incarcerated than those that finished college.
4. FACT: 75% of crime is committed by those that did not finish high school.
5. FACT: Many studies show a direct correlation between education and crime.
6. FACT: Those without a HS Diploma will earn at least $200,000 less in their lifetime than those that graduated.
7. FACT: Those without a HS diploma do not qualify for 90% of US jobs.

YOU can make a difference in someone’s life. What’s that worth?


Rainy Robinson has been an entrepreneur for over 30 years and has owned and operated a variety of businesses. From Bail Bonds to Restaurants. She has started businesses from scratch and has also taken failing businesses and turned them around. She believes that making even small adjustments can improve profitability, longevity and the quality of services provided. Rainy also believes that the key to any endeavor is surrounding oneself in excellence
(knowledgeable human resources), cutting edge technology, continued education and just be kind!

She met Dog and Beth Chapman while she was the executive director at the California Bail Agents Association. At the time, it was largest bail association in the US.  Beth asked if she would consider running her bail agency in Honolulu. What began as employment opportunity blossomed into one of deep friendship with the Chapmans and their family.

She appeared on three seasons of Dog and Beth on the Hunt on CMT from 2013-2015. Recently, she appeared on the Chapman’s new show, Dog’s Most Wanted on WGN America 2019 with her husband David Robinson. Rainy has two undergraduate degrees as well as an MBA.


Bonnie Jo Chapman – is the youngest of the Chapman daughters. She as well as her siblings virtually grew up on television. Bonnie has great insight on what it was like to grow up Chapman. She has seen her family through great triumphs, conflict and tragedies such as the loss of her mother on June 26, 2019.


Cecily Barmore Chapman – is the second youngest of the Chapman daughters. Cecily has been a pageant queen and bounty hunter. She has currently launched her own line of clothing in honor of her mother. Cecily successfully ran the Da Kine Dog House for her mother. This was a small chain of retail stores selling merchandise of her Father’s brand, Dog The Bounty Hunter. She too, grew up on television and has much inspiration to offer many.