Queen Mary Ann Clay from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Queen April Huskins from Denver, Colorado had a Super Bowl Challenge! Vickie Hill, President of the Foundation wants to say “Thank You” to everyone that made a Donation honoring their favorite team. Congratulations Denver Broncos!! Valiant effort Carolina!
The win goes to the kids who benefit through the Daughters of the Nile Foundation supporting Shriners Hospitals for Children® .
As part of their legacy of service to Shriners Hospitals for Children®, the Daughters of the Nile organization implemented the Daughters of the Nile Foundation to provide funds in support of the hospitals’ mission of providing essential medical care to children in need. This year the foundation is pleased to have set a new milestone in their support of the hospitals, topping $2 million in donations to Shriners Hospitals for Children – Shreveport, LA, and over $56 million in support to the Shriners Hospitals for Children system. Vickie Hill, President of the Daughters of the Nile Foundation Board of Directors, joined with local DON representatives in presenting hospital leadership with a $2 million commemorative plaque.
Daughters of the Nile Foundation Secretary, Wanda Dunwoody brings greetings from the Foundation
Foundation President Vickie Hill speaks about the Foundation and what an honor it is to place the $2 million plaque on the “Philanthropic Society” wall
Daughters of the Nile Supreme Queen Sharon St. John helps Vickie Hill place the new plaque on the wall.
Shreveport’s Hospital Administrator, Kim Green present SQ Sharon with a plaque thanking the Daughters of the Nile for all the work that they do for the children at Shriners.
Chairman of the Board of Governors at the Shreveport Hospital, Bruce Easterly thanking everyone for coming and supporting the Shreveport Hospital by their monetary donations, hosting parties, sewing items and the many other items that they donate to the hospital.
Potentate of El Karubah Shrine in Shreveport, Andrew Stevenson spoke on the work that the Daughters of the Nile does not only for the children at the hospital but for the help that they give the Shrine.
Daughters of the Nile Foundation
My Gift Program Supreme Session 2016
When filling your calendar with plans for your attendance at Supreme Session in Indianapolis, Indiana, remember to pencil in time to visit the Daughters of the Nile Foundation My Gift Program booth located in the marketplace. Did you know your donations benefit the Convalescent Endowment Fund and that your Temple will receive credit for your contributions?
Supreme Queen Sharon K. St. John has selected an exciting new “Season of Children” collectible ornament. This beautiful pewter ornament is the 17th in the series of Egyptian-themed ornaments, each telling a special story.
You will also be delighted to see the new “For the Children” pin your My Gift Program Committee has designed. These pins are a special reminder to us of our support for Shriners Hospitals for Children® and our happy, healthy children. Get your pin early and enjoy wearing it every day at Supreme Session!
The My Gift Program is designed to provide you with beautiful gifts in recognition of your donation, and donations are tax deductible. We can all make a difference, one child at a time!
If you have any questions, please contact Doriann Stein, Director, Chairman, My Gift Program Committee, at (239) 481-3356 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stop by the My Gift Program booth to say “Hello,” see our new items and take advantage of our special offers!
It is with great pleasure that the Daughters of the Nile Foundation introduces the “official” NOW certificate. This certificate is similar to the Stepping Stones to Happiness certificate which benefits the Convalescent Endowment Fund. The NOW certificate will benefit the Convalescent Relief Account and will be purchased in the same way as the Stepping Stones to Happiness are purchased. For a donation of $25.00, there are both an In Honor Of and an In Memory Of NOW certificate.
In the past, the creation of the NOW certificates were the responsibility of the Princess Recorder of each Temple. This will no longer be the case. Attached to this email is the new order form you may use to purchase the NOW certificates through the Daughters of the Nile Foundation.
The Foundation hopes this new certificate will give the Temples, and help the members feel, they have a choice between the Convalescent Endowment Fund and the Convalescent Relief Account when they want to honor someone or make a memorial donation.
Princesses Recorder may use the ORDER FORM or you may purchase a certificate by visiting our ONLINE GIFT STORE.
It is a milestone we have been anticipating – reaching the $56 million mark! Since 1924, members and friends of Daughters of the Nile have contributed over $56 million to Shriners Hospitals for Children®. This achievement makes Daughters of the Nile one of the largest single contributors to this remarkable network of hospitals. Each year, hundreds of children with orthopedic conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs are treated in a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment. Shriners Hospitals for Children® treats children without regard to race, color, creed, sex, disability, national origin or ability of the patient or family to pay. The care given is the best in the world, and many techniques and treatments that are common in hospitals around the country today were pioneered at Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Daughters of the Nile across North America work tirelessly in raising money for Shriners Hospitals for Children® through the Daughters of the Nile Foundation. Donations to the Convalescent Endowment Fund and Convalescent Relief Account mean help for children today and in the future. Each year, the Daughters of the Nile Foundation contributes over $2 million to the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children® in North America. Check out our online Gift Store for ways you can help. The Daughters of the Nile Foundation is proud of its contributions and of reaching the $56 million mark! Thank you to all our friends and supporters who have made this achievement possible.