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Many attended the Shreveport Plaque Presentation

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Galveston Hospital to receive Second Million Dollar Plaque!

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An Exciting Day for the Daughters of the Nile Foundation in Shreveport

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  Left to Right:  Charles C. Lobeck, Administrator, Shriners Hospitals for Children-Twin Cities; Cary Mielke, M. D., Chief of Staff, Shriners Hospitals for Children-Twin Cities; Vickie Hill, President, Daughters of the Nile Foundation; Supreme Queen Sharon K. St. John, Supreme Temple Daughters of the Nile; Imperial Sir Dale Stauss, Chairman of the Board, Shriners Hospital […]

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My Gift Program Newsletter

November 4, 2014 by

A new edition of the My Gift Program Newsletter is available.  Print a copy – or several – and share with friends and members.  The My Gift Program is a wonderful way to help the special children of Shriners Hospitals for Children® and let others know about this great philanthropy!!!    An INFORMATION SHEET on […]

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Gifting Incentives

Other ways you can give to the Daughters of the Nile Foundation include naming the Foundation as a beneficiary on your Retirement Accounts or your Annuities; naming the Foundation as a joint tenant, payable on death beneficiary or transferable on death beneficiary on your Certificates of Deposit and Savings Accounts; or establish a Charitable Remainder Trust that benefits the Foundation.

Marketable Securities

Gifts of long-term appreciated securities may include individual stocks, bonds, or shares of mutual funds. Gifts of securities can be made quickly and easily and can enable you to do more with your gift because of the tax benefits.

Wills and Bequests

A bequest to the Daughters of the Nile Foundation Convalescent Endowment Fund will continue supporting Shriners Hospitals for Children® after your death.  Federal estate tax laws encourage charitable bequests by allowing an estate tax deduction for the full value of charitable gifts.  No limit is placed on the amount that can be left to charity and deducted from your estate as a charitable contribution.