13 August Loudonville, Ohio - April 2020 August 13, 2020 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Ohio 0 Loudonville Eagles #2275 providing funding to the Olive Tree Care program, which is the only licensed childcare program in southern Ashland County. Olive Tree gives children a place not only to stay, but learn through hands-on activities before and after school. Photo Credit: Canton Repository From the April 2020 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Paulding, Ohio - April 2020 Paulding Auxiliary #2405 have been giving "blessing bags" to the local county school children. They are averaging 100 bags per week. Lake Havasu City, Arizona - April 2020 Lake Havasu City Eagles #4299 donated $7,095.30 in memory of Past Worthy President Paul Mosher to Faith and Grace, Inc for the Domestic Violence shelter here in Lake Havasu. Pictured are Worthy President, Bill Earle, and Madam President, Addie Angle, accepting the check is Kathleen DeClark of Faith and Grace. Paul Mosher and Jeanine Leach co-chaired this charity. Syracuse, Indiana - April 2020 Lakeland Eagles #3760 in Syracuse, In. gave away free meals to families on April 25, 2020. Members provided a chicken dinner with beans, coleslaw and homemade cookies for dessert. The event lasted less than an hour and they were able to distribute 325 meals to those in need. While the meals were free, there was still an option to donate. All proceeds collected will be given to Goodwill. Photo Credit: WSBT 22 Austin, Minnesota - April 2020 Lookout Eagles #703 made a $1,500 donation to Hot Meals on Wheels. The donation made it possible for the organization to purchase shelf stable foods and new reusable red bags that could be filled and delivered to recipients. Green River, Wyoming - April 2020 Sweetwater Eagles #2350 presented the Sweetwater Regional Cancer Center with a $4,000 donation during their meeting on March 10, 2020. The money will be added to the Memorial Hospital Foundation's Cancer Fund, which is used to fund equipment. Previous purchases made from this fund include zero gravity IV poles to improve patient safety and mobility, stationary chemotherapy pumps to increase treatment availability, and portable chemotherapy pumps and pouches to improve patient treatment options. Photo Credit: Green River Star Freeland, Washington - April 2020 Whidbey Island Eagles #3418 held their annual tradition of distributing funds to a variety of South Whidbey Island local charities on February 15, 2020. A total of $20,600 was distributed to WAIF, Friends of the Freeland library, Friends of Friends Medical Support, S.W. Fire & Rescue, Enso House, Whidbey Island Nourishes, S.W. Homeless Coalition, Readiness to Learn, HUB Youth Center, Good Cheer Food Bank, and Hearts & Hammers. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.