11 May Maple Ridge, British Columbia - April 2018 May 11, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles British Columbia 0 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. From the April 2018 edition of People Helping People. Related Articles Maple Ridge, British Columbia - July 2018 Maple Ridge Auxiliary #2831 gave a donation of $1,250 to Maple Ridge’s Community Services. The money will be used for their Youth Restorative Justice program. 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. Maple Ridge, British Columbia - May 2019 Maple Ridge Aerie #2831 presented a $1,000 check to the nonprofit KidSport Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows, which is an organization that provides financial support for children to play organized sport in Canada ‘So ALL Kids Can Play!’ Maple Ridge, British Columbia - November 2019 Maple Ridge Eagles #2831 presented $500 to Jennifer Sheehan and Katrina Haintz of Eric Langton Elementary School in support of their student lunch & breakfast program. These funds were raised during their annual golf tournament and bbq fundraiser. They’ve been able to donate $2,350 over the last four years. Debbie Kennedy and Laura Butler, Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation received a $5,000 donation from Maple Ridge Eagles #2831. These funds were made available by a grant from the Grand Aerie, to be used along with the $6,000 donated by the local Aerie & Auxiliary in July, for the purchase of SD Resectoscope cameras which are used in Bladder Cancer surgery. 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.