12 December Paducah, Kentucky - July 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Kentucky 0 Paducah Aerie #3135 awarded the Lourdes Foundation with a $5,000 grant. The funds will be used to purchase equipment, supplies and bed linens for hospice patients. “We are so thankful for the donation to assist hospice patients,” says Kay Williams, Lourdes Hospice and Homecare Director. “We are honored to be chosen for this donation in memory of Mrs. Bowler. The generosity of the Fraternal Order of Eagles joins many other generous donors to provide for patients and families in hospice care to achieve their best life possible.” From the July 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Huntsville, Alabama - July 2018 Huntsville Aerie #3263 donated $6,850 to support Hudson Alpha’s Impacting ALS Project, Memory & Mobility Project for neurological diseases. Hudson Alpha is a nonprofit institute where scientists, educators and entrepreneurs are creating a healthier, more sustainable world through genomics. Apache Junction, Arizona - July 2018 Lost Dutchman Aerie and Auxiliary #3850 donated $5,100 to their local youth program for the Apache Junction Unified School District. 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. Campbell River, British Columbia - July 2018 Campbell River Eagle Riders #3097 made a $3,000 donation to The Kidney Foundation of Canada and Campbell River Search and Rescue. The Eagle Riders raised the money during their annual poker run, and the Kidney Foundation plans on using the donation to help with overall funding of activities. 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. Gainesville, Florida - July 2018 Eagle Riders #4385 gave a gift of $50,000 to University of Florida’s College of Medicine, to help find a cure for front temporal dementia, the second-most-frequent form of early-onset dementia after Alzheimer’s disease. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.