Applications are now being accepted for positions on the Board of Directors for 2015.  Applications must be received no later than December 31, 2014.  The application packet will be available during the fall.

 

OUR BOARD of DIRECTORS

The Board of Directors serving the Foundation for 2014 are:

  • Vickie Hill, President – Merak Temple No. 104
  • Herbie Kay Lundquist , Vice-President – Ruh Neb Temple No. 64
  • Muriel Knapp, Secretary – Hatasu Temple No. 1
  • Kendell 'Kendy' Cusick-Rindone, Treasurer – El Mejdel Temple No. 47
  • Doriann Stein- Executive Committee Member Tab'Itha Temple No. 135
  • Karen Burk – Sapphira Temple No. 79
  • Marjorie Clericuzio – Shilah Temple No. 151
  • Wanda Dunwoody – Mat-Ta-Nah Temple No. 136
  • Jean Gannett – Nefru-Ari Temple No. 17
  • Alice Lanford – Nyla Temple No. 152
  • Sue Layman – Isis Temple No. 41
  • Dixie Miller -Shimron Temple No. 133
  • Jessica Penn – Khafra Temple No. 121
  • Doriann Stein -Tab'Itha Temple No. 135
  • John McHenry – Attorney-at-Law

 

Committees

  • Applications Committee: Herbie Kay Lundquist, Chairman; Muriel Knapp
  • Board Evaluation: Vickie Hill, John McHenry
  • Board Member Recruitment:  Kendy Cusick-Rindone, Jean Gannett
  • Budget/Finance Committee: Marcia Roth, Chairman; Karen Burk, Sue Layman
  • Bylaws Liaison: Muriel Knapp, John McHenry
  • Direct Mail Program: Vickie Hill
  • Directors of Regional Development Program: Vickie Hill, Chairman, Sue Layman, Jean Gannett
  • Donor/Public Relations/Website: Vickie Hill, Sue Layman, Herbie Kay Lundquist, Karen Burk, Muriel Knapp 
  • Foundation Strategic Plan: Kendy Cusick-Rindone, Jean Gannett
  • Historical Comparison Report: Sue Layman, Chairman; Doriann Stein
  • Hospital Appropriations:
  • Insurance: Nancy Fuller, Chairman, Dixie Miller
  • Investments: Jean Gannett, Kendy Cusick-Rindone
  • Orientation of Board Members/Foundation Directors Manual/Mentor Program:  Karen Burk, Chairman, Sue Layman, Dixie Miller
  • Philanthropic Endeavors: Karen Burk, Chairman; Doriann Stein, Mary Ivy, Debbie Antonio, Meridith Dondero, Sharon Williams, Nancy Fuller, Shirley Smith
  • Planned Giving/Mabel R. Krows Legacy Society: Jean Gannett, Chairman, Muriel Knapp, Doriann Stein, John McHenry
  • Policy Review:  John McHenry
  • Publications Review: Muriel Knapp
  • Wills and Bequests: Barbara Lawrence, Chairman
 

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Gifting Incentives

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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.