Daughters of the Nile Foundation joins the global Giving community of over 150 countries to harness the potential of Social Media and the generosity of people around the world to make a positive difference through financial donations as well as encouraging acts of kindness.
This Global Day of Giving is November 27, 2018. SAVE THE DATE!
The Daughters of the Nile Foundation has brochures available to inform our members and others about Charitable Giving. You can order the full color brochures by completing the order form or print the brochures in black and white by clicking on the link.
Eight new recipients for th 2018 McHenry Awards were announced at Supreme Session in Cincinnati, Ohio
The McHenry Award is an honorary award for the Ladies of the Household who have made a contribution to the Foundation of either a minimum of $5,000 in cash or the equivalent value of assets through their efforts. They have supported the mission of the Foundation by actively being involved in the fundraising activities at the Shriners Hospitals for Children®, their Temple or through the Foundation, they have educated the public and the members of the Daughters of the Nile as to the “Mission and Vision” of the Foundation, and/or initiated philanthropic endeavors that provide for the needs of patients of Shriners Hospitals for the Children through the Foundation.
Vickie Hill, President of the Daughters of the Nile Foundation, presented certificates to the presiding officer of the Temples donating the largest amounts to the Convalescent Relief Account at the 102nd Annual Supreme Session in Cincinnati, Ohio in June of 2018. The Foundation would like to thank all of the Temples that donated to the Holiday Sharing Project in 2017. Donations to the Holiday Sharing Project for 2017 totaled $66,685.59!
The Daughters of the Nile Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public corporation which maintains a permanent endowment fund to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children®. All monetary donations promote, support and maintain the philanthropic endeavors that enhance the medical care and treatment of the patients in the Shriners Hospitals for Children. Since, 1924, Daughters of the Nile has contributed monetary gifts amounting to over $62 million for the Children treated at Shriners Hospitals for Children®
Honor Special People Who “Make a Difference in Your Life”
Send a white rose for a $5 donation to that special someone in your life who may need a kind word, a birthday greeting or just to know how much you care. The Daughters of the Nile Foundation’s Rose Garden is blooming again!
Your special person will receive an email informing them know you made a donation in their honor and their Rose will bloom in the Foundation Rose Garden for all to see at Supreme Session in June.
The rose you send not only honors your special person but will help the children at the Shriners Hospitals for Children®. When you share your thoughtfulness with your Daughters of the Nile family, you empower the Foundation to continue to make “Million Dollar” donations to the Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Let others know how much they mean to you! Send a rose today!
New Directors and Foundation Officers were elected in March for the 2017- 2018 Daughters of the Nile Foundation Board. The members who were already seated on the Foundation Board for the new term are: Vickie Hill, President; Doriann Stein, Vice-President; Kendy Cusick-Rindone, Treasurer; Muriel Knapp; and Carol Feagle. Members who were re-elected for the new term on the Foundation Board are: Wanda Dunwoody, Secretary; Jessica Penn, Executive Committee; Marjorie Clericuzio; B. Ann Comeaux; Susan Coulter; and Nan Galbreath.
The Daughters of the Nile Foundation Board would like to welcome and introduce Carol Hefley as their newest member to the Board. Carol will be joining the Board for her first meeting in July. We are a “working Board” and each person is vital to her role on the committee to which they are appointed. This year there are two members who have fulfilled their obligation to the Foundation Board. Sue Layman and Dixie Miller have been members of the Board for the past six years and their terms have come to an end.
These ladies will be missed. Filling their positions will not be easy. The Foundation Board thanks Sue and Dixie for their dedication and countless hours they have given so that we can continue to send donations to the Shriners Hospitals for Children®. The Foundation Board would also like to welcome Chris Blomenberg, the Foundation’s attorney from the McHenry Haszard Law Firm, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Pictured left to right, 1st row: Nan Galbreath, Marge Clericuzio, Chris Blomenberg, Muriel Knapp, Dixie Miller, B. Ann Comeaux
2nd row: Sue Layman, Susan Coulter, Carol Feagle, Wanda Dunwoody, Jessica Penn, Vickie Hill, Doriann Stein, Kendy Cusick-Rindone
Eight new recipients for the 2018 McHenry Awards
were announced at Supreme Session in Cincinnati, Ohio. The McHenry Award is an honorary award for the Ladies of the Household who have made a contribution to the Foundation of either a minimum of $5,000.00 in cash or the equivalent value of assets. Through their efforts they have supported the mission of the Foundation by actively being involved in the fundraising activities at the Shriners Hospitals for Children®, their Temple or though the Foundation, educating the public as to the mission and vision of the Foundation, educating the members of the Daughters of the Nile as to the mission and vision of the Foundation , and /or initiating philanthropic endeavors that provide for the needs of patients of Shriners Hospitals for Children through the Foundation.
McHenry Award Winners for 2018
Debbie Greer: El Tehran Temple No. 122, Atlanta, GA Debra Hopes: Athaliah Temple No. 114, Orlando, FL Sharon Williams, Uarda Temple No. 24, Utica, NY Diane Moore: Shalman Temple No. 90, Dallas, TX Jeanette Olsen: Hathor Temple No. 38, Sioux City, IA Barbara Lampi: Hatasu Temple No. 1, Seattle, WA
Elizabeth Heffley- Sullivan: Teti Sheri Temple No. 60, Fort Wayne, IN
Mary Ellen Lantis: Ismah Temple No. 119, Deadwood, SD
The McHenry Award recipients were awarded the lucite
Pyramid of Commitment and the corresponding pin with a green colored gem stone to signify they are McHenry Award recipients.
The McHenry Awards Program began in 2010.
This year the Daughters of the Nile Foundation added a “Rose Garden” for members to honor or remember the special people that “Made a Difference” in their lives.
For a small donation the donors were given a card with a rose on the front to write the name of those they wished to honor or remember. Cards were displayed at the Foundation Booth. Donors added their own names on the back of the cards to be eligible to win one of the four plates that were made with the help of Past Supreme Queen Sharon St. John after the Daughters of the Nile Plaque Presentation at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Shreveport, Louisiana. To view the video of this event click on the picture above of the Rose Garden.