12 December Vincennes, Indiana - October 2018 December 12, 2018 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles Indiana 0 Vincennes Auxiliary #384’s Vice President Terri Bodine presented a $1,000 Grant to Good Samaritan Hospital’s Think Pink initiative in honor of Breast Cancer awareness. From the October 2018 People Helping People newsletter. Related Articles Vincennes, Indiana - January 2018 The Junior Order of Eagles of Vincennes #384 hosted a holiday dinner on Dec. 17, for all members of the Aerie and Auxiliary, collecting donations for the local Pet Port animal shelter. Vincennes, Indiana - December 2018 Vincennes Auxiliary #384 presented PACE Head Start & Early Head Start with a $1,000 grant during the Annual J.O.E's holiday dinner on November 11, 2018. Colorado - October 2018 Colorado State JPW George Duran presented an $11,567.34 check to the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute for their Rocky Mountain Blood Fund. RMBF provides grants to blood cancer patients to help ease the financial burden that patients and families experience during the treatment for the devastating effects of blood cancers. Duran is a survivor and the Colorado State Aerie is giving back to this lifesaving organization as a part of the State Presidents Special Project. Evansville, Indiana - March 2018 River City Eagles Auxiliary #4023 presented The Arc of Evansville with a grant worth $1,000. The funding will go toward purchasing art supplies that will be used at the Arc’s Child Life Center, which serves children age 12 and under, both with and without disabilities. Alameda, California - October 2018 Alameda Aerie #1076 held a fundraiser for Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) and was able to present them with a check for $814. Additionally on August 25, #1076 donated $1,170 to Pets for Vets. Boonville, Missouri - October 2018 Past Madam State President and Past Madam South Central Regional President Barb Cornine was recently featured in HERHEALTH magazine for her work with Ovarian Cancer and the Vicki Welsh Foundation. Barb is a 13-year ovarian cancer survivor and as a part of her special charity, the state raised over $30,000 and donated it to the Vicki Welsh fund. While the fund brings awareness to Ovarian Cancer, much of the money raised was donated to the KU Medical Center in Kansas City, KS for Ovarian Cancer research. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.