People Helping People


People Helping People

Charity news from around the F.O.E.


New Brighton, Minnesota - August 2020

New Brighton Eagles #3718 was proud to host visits from Grand Madam President Jacque Marble and Grand Worthy President Dave Smith at the same time. During the visit, the Grand Presidents honored long-serving members with pins. #3718 had raised money from a turkey dinner event and was able to make two $500 donations to each President’s charity, F.O.E. Diabetes Research Center - Bridge to the Cure.


Florida - August 2020

Past State Presidents Greg Hall and Beth Spaulding and Eagle Riders Chairman Jacob Bland presented a check for $126,311 to the University of Florida’s Fixel Institute for brain research to benefit Alzheimer & Parkinson’s research. The funds were raised during the 2019-20 fraternal year when Hall and Spaulding served as Florida State Presidents.


Glendale, Arizona - August 2020

Osborn Eagle Riders #2843 presented a $10,869.59 check to Hospice of the Valley. The Eagle Rider members hosted a ‘Runs and Dinner’ event to raise the funds for their cause. Hospice of the Valley is a non-profit, community based hospice that strives to serve the diverse needs of families with a wide variety of comprehensive programs.

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Junction City, Kansas - July 2020

Junction City Kansas Auxiliary #830 held a Bingo tournament to help financially support their community. During Bingo, Madam President Rhonda Wilson presented a $5,000 check to her charity, Wheels Of Hope, and Bingo Chairman Linda Sullivan presented a check for $5,000 to Quality Play Park to help build on to the local park for the children. MP Wilson also presented Friends of Animals with a check for $1,000 and gave $1,500 to their Local Food Pantry.

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Lincoln City, Oregon - July 2020

North Lincoln Eagles #2576 came together to provide meals for seniors and compromised citizens for quarantined individuals during this pandemic. Aerie member and caterer Frank Napoleon recognized the need for providing meals, and worked with Grill 1646 owner Dan, and Auxiliary President Bahni Thayer to put their plan to action. They coordinated a crew of about eight volunteers, and was able to prepare 60 meals for the first week, that were delivered by a few drivers. Now, they are currently preparing and delivering 250 meals a week, with over 20 volunteers assisting. #2576’s Aerie President Dave Randleman has also been taking the calls for meals, and schedules the deliveries. Through generous support and contributions, they plan to continue their meal delivery program until September. To date, more than 7,000 meals have been prepared and delivered by Aerie #2576 and their volunteers.

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