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Charity news from around the F.O.E.

Rockland, Massachusetts - October 2017

Rockland, Massachusetts - October 2017

Rockland Eagles #841 recently welcomed former New England Patriot Joe Andruzzi for a special presentation. The Eagles presented Andruzzi with a check for $10,000 to benefit the Joe Andruzzi Foundation, which provides financial assistance to patients and families battling cancer, allowing them to focus on recovery instead of bills. The foundation also funds research at Boston Children’s Hospital. Andruzzi was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins Burkitt’s lymphoma in 2007, ending his football career. In 2008, they created the foundation to give back to those facing similar battles. Pictured, l to r, are Steve Maroney, Past Worthy President Mark Mahoney, Joe Andruzzi and Worthy President Paul Emery.

New England - October 2017

New England - October 2017

The brothers and sisters of the New England Region graciously opened their hearts and donated money and goods to be used to help the residents of Immokalee, Florida. Immokalee was devastated by Hurricane Irma and recovery is estimated to take months. The money donated will be used to purchase more much-needed goods for people in the community. Pictured are a representative of the Guadalupe Center in Immokalee, Past Grand Madam President Roxanne Alley-McGovern and Roberta Ciavattieri.

Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts - October 2017

Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts - October 2017

Buzzards Bay Auxiliary #3741 recently held a meat raffle event to raise money for A Night To Shine, which creates an unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs, collecting $1,406 for the cause. Last Valentine’s Day, 375 churches and 150,000 volunteers united to celebrate 75,000 special needs individuals with a night centered around God’s love and the value of life. The annual event takes place the Friday before Valentine’s Day and provides a red carpet entrance complete with a friendly welcome from paparazzi, limousine rides, hair and makeup stations, shoe shine areas, dinner, karaoke, prom favors for each guest and dancing. To date, 500 churches across 28 denominations in 17 countries are committed to the 2018 event. Pictured, Massachusetts State Madam President Arline Giacomozzi, Buzzards Bay Auxiliary President Luann Smith, A Night To Shine’s Bill Cody and Massachusetts State and Buzzards Bay Madam Secretary Sally Gerrish Whipple.

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