13 December Abbotsford, British Columbia - November 2018 December 13, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles British Columbia 0 Abbotsford Aerie #2726 donated $1,500 to Cops for Cancer. The money will cover the funds to send one child to camp Goodtimes – which is a cancer camp for kids. The funds were raised during a dinner held for police and first responders who attend #2726’s annual bike tour to raise money for kids with cancer. This is the tenth year the Aerie has held this event. From the November 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Abbotsford, British Columbia - July 2018 Through all of Abbotsford Aerie #2726’s hard work and efforts over a few months, they were able to raise $16,281 for the Honour House Society. The Honour House Society provides a home away from home for Canadian Forces and Emergency Services personnel as they receive medical treatment in the Metro Vancouver Region. Ladysmith, British Columbia - November 2017 Ladysmith Eagles Auxiliary #2101 Madam President Sheila Williams and Madam Vice President Arlene Neale presented a check to Louise Baines of the local food bank for $4,037.25 along with 1,000 pounds of food collected by the Eagles. Maple Ridge, British Columbia - April 2018 Maple Ridge Aerie #2831 made multiple donations to support the Ridge Meadow Hospital Foundation. $3,600 went to the Maternity Clinic and $1,000 was donated to Oncology. RMHF is a non-profit charity that invests in better health through community partnerships. North Vancouver, British Columbia - April 2018 Northwest Aerie #2638 recently donated a check for $2,851 to their local Crisis intervention and Suicide Prevention Center of British Columbia. Victoria, British Columbia - April 2018 Victoria Aerie # 12 donated $500 to help send the “Atom Smashers” team from Esquimalt High School and their robot “Spike “to the First World Robotics championship in Huston, Texas. Penticton, British Columbia - May 2018 The Penticton Eagles #4281 have donated a combined $12,700 to Penticton Regional Hospital, including almost $3,700 to the SOS Medical Foundation’s efforts to support the delivery of quality health services. The funding will also cover areas such as Oncology, Pediatrics, Cardio, Diabetes and Kidneys, and the Moog & Friends Hospice House. Since 2015, the Penticton Eagles #4281 have now donated more than $45,000 to the Medical Foundation’s tower campaign. The provincial government has also approved the naming of the “Fraternal Order of Eagles Room” in the new tower, set to open in April 2019. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.