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    A Surprise Check for $2,250 Will Help Milan Woman Continue To Use Wedding Dresses to Ease the Pain of Losing a Child PDF Print E-mail
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    Written by Lynnette Tarchinski   
    Tuesday, 18 November 2014 16:33
    There are no words to describe the pain of losing a child, but Jayna Lindell of Milan, IL, has found a way to help. She makes infant burial gowns from donated wedding dresses. Royal Neighbors of America will now help Jayna by surprising her with a check for $2,250 from its Nation of NeighborsSM Program to expand her efforts and comfort even more families.

    Jayna lost her daughter, Lila, at birth. When Lila was brought to her, the baby was wearing a boy's outfit. Jayna didn't want other parents to have that type of lasting impression so she began donating dresses to area hospitals. Today, she is turning her idea into a non-profit, Lila's Dresses, through which she and other volunteers create hand-made burial gowns from wedding dresses. The gowns are gift-wrapped and include a special note from Jayna.

    What: $2,250 check presentation to Jayna Lindell

    Where:  MVP Collision Repair, 300 W. 10th Avenue, Milan, IL

    When: Thursday, Nov. 20, 4:30 p.m.

    Contact: Lynnette Tarchinski, (563) 340-7419

    Media is invited to attend: meet in the MVP parking lot at 4:15 p.m.


    Focusing on its history of standing strong for women, Royal Neighbors has given more than $1.5 million to nearly 1,200 families and individuals in reaching their goals and rebuilding their lives through its Nation of Neighbors Program. The program, which was launched in 2007, demonstrates Royal Neighbors' vision of protecting women financially and empowering them to improve their lives, families, and communities, the philosophy on which Royal Neighbors was founded more than a century ago.

    Through the 2014 program, determined women of strength and courage are empowered with financial assistance to achieve their full potential, realize a sense of renewed personal growth, and give back to their communities.

    Royal Neighbors of America, one of the nation's largest women-led life insurance organizations, empowers women to meet the needs of their families with annuities and life insurance products such as whole life, term, final expense, and universal life. One of the most financially secure insurance carriers in the industry, it has the financial strength and stability to ensure its nearly 200,000 members are protected when the expected, and unexpected, happen. In addition to insurance products, Royal Neighbors provides member benefits at no additional cost which currently include scholarship opportunities, health and retail discounts, and participation in volunteer activities that give back to communities through the organization's local chapters. Royal Neighbors' philanthropic efforts are dedicated to changing women's lives through its national programs, including the Nation of NeighborsSM Program, and through the Royal Neighbors Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity.


    Royal Neighbors is headquartered in Rock Island, IL, with a branch office in Mesa, AZ. For more information, visit www.royalneighbors.org or call (800) 627-4762.

     
    Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa Thirty-fourth Annual Cent-A-Gallon Day Wednesday, November 26, 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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    Written by Charlie Becker   
    Tuesday, 18 November 2014 13:49

    The Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa are launching their thirty-fourth annual Cent-A-Gallon Day for Camp Courageous on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.  One-cent out of every gallon of petroleum product sold on the day before Thanksgiving by participating marketers will go to Camp Courageous.

    Camp Courageous is a year-round recreation and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Run on donations, nearly 7,000 are served annually.

    On this day, participating Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores will give thanks by contributing one-cent from every gallon of petroleum product to Camp Courageous. “The day before Thanksgiving was picked 34-years ago,” according to Charlie Becker, the camp’s executive director, “because both Camp Courageous and the Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores felt we have an awful lot to be thankful for and it was the perfect time to give thanks for all our blessings.”  

    Posters will be displayed in the windows of participating Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores to distinguish them as participants.  The Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa encourage everyone to join with their local petroleum marketer to give thanks this Thanksgiving, by helping Camp Courageous on the day before.

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    We are encouraging the media throughout the state to once again get involved with their local petroleum marketer and convenience stores by pumping gas or cleaning windows on Cent-A-Gallon Day. This gives the customer, an advertiser (or potential advertiser), and families in need, a good feeling about your interest in helping Iowa’s nearly 7,000 individuals with disabilities that come to camp each year. Thank you for your consideration.

     
    Royal Neighbors Surprises Kit Evans-Ford with a Check for $5,000 to Help Women Heal from Sexual Violence PDF Print E-mail
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    Written by Rita Toalson   
    Monday, 17 November 2014 15:59
    Representatives from Royal Neighbors of America surprised Kit Evans-Ford, Rock Island, with a check for $5,000 from its Nation of NeighborsSM Program . Founder of Testimonies of Hope: The Intercultural Christian Devotional Community, Kit also established Overcoming the S.T.O.R.M.: A Program for Women Healing from Sexual Violence. The funds will help Kit launch retreats and an annual conference for girls and women focused on using the arts for healing and hope; further develop her inspirational social media sites; and expand her S.T.O.R.M. program with a webinar series.
    Kit, a survivor of sexual assault herself, has worked relentlessly in service to women and girls in the U. S. and around the world. She is a former international development worker who has met many inspiring people in her travels. As a result, she has brought hundreds of individuals together through Testimonies of Hope, an online community that provides safe spaces for women of all ages to share their stories. Through her various programs, she empowers women and girls to build their self-esteem, self-worth, personal growth, and community leadership.

    Read the story and see pictures here.

    Focusing on its history of standing strong for women, Royal Neighbors has given more than $1.5 million to nearly 1,200 families and individuals in reaching their goals and rebuilding their lives through its Nation of Neighbors Program. The program, which was launched in 2007, demonstrates Royal Neighbors' vision of protecting women financially and empowering them to improve their lives, families, and communities, the philosophy on which Royal Neighbors was founded more than a century ago.
    Through the 2014 program, determined women of strength and courage are empowered with financial assistance to achieve their full potential, realize a sense of renewed personal growth, and give back to their communities.

    Royal Neighbors of America, one of the nation's largest women-led life insurance organizations, empowers women to meet the needs of their families with annuities and life insurance products such as whole life, term, final expense, and universal life. One of the most financially secure insurance carriers in the industry, it has the financial strength and stability to ensure its nearly 200,000 members are protected when the expected, and unexpected, happen. In addition to insurance products, Royal Neighbors provides member benefits at no additional cost which currently include scholarship opportunities, health and retail discounts, and participation in volunteer activities that give back to communities through the organization's local chapters. Royal Neighbors' philanthropic efforts are dedicated to changing women's lives through its national programs, including the Nation of NeighborsSM Program, and through the Royal Neighbors Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity.


    Royal Neighbors is headquartered in Rock Island, IL, with a branch office in Mesa, AZ. For more information, visit www.royalneighbors.org or call (800) 627-4762.

     
    CHRISTMAS GIFTS SOUGHT FOR AT-RISK GIRLS PDF Print E-mail
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    Written by Shelley Skuster   
    Monday, 17 November 2014 15:49

    ROCK ISLAND, Illinois – More than 100 at-risk girls will have Christmas brought to them in a unique way.

    For the fourth year in a row, Ganson’s Neighborhood Bakery & Café has partnered with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois to bring a holiday celebration to girls who otherwise may not have the opportunity.

    The Christmas program will be held on Saturday, December 6, 2014.

    “Every child deserves to have Christmas,” said Senior Membership Outreach Manager at Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois Missy Sweeney.

    Sweeney works with area schools to determine which girls qualify as the most at-risk and invites them to attend the annual Christmas celebration with Santa, gifts, dinner and cookie-decorating.

    “Some of these girls get forgotten about, and we want to make sure they know they’re worthy to have an unforgettable Christmas,” said Sweeney.

    Organizers hope each girl can unwrap a Christmas gift and feel special.

    “It makes me teary-eyed just thinking about all the smiles on the girls’ faces when they get a present just for them,” said Sweeney.

    New, unwrapped gifts for girls in grades K-5 can be dropped off before Sunday, November 23, at the Girl Scouts Program Center located at 2011 Second Ave. in Rock Island, or at Ganson’s Neighborhood Bakery & Café also in Rock Island.

    Financial contributions are also accepted to offset costs for the annual Christmas program which is free for all girls who attend.

    “This is a great opportunity for the community to make a difference in the lives of more than 100 girls who deserve to know they’re cared about this holiday season,” said Sweeney.

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    GRANTS HELP TO EXPAND ROCK ISLAND COUNTY PROGRAMS PDF Print E-mail
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    Written by Caroline Vernon   
    Monday, 17 November 2014 14:41

    NAMI Schedules New 2015 Programs

    DAVENPORT, Iowa (November 13, 2014) – The National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Mississippi Valley affiliate (NAMI) has received four grants to support an expanded program schedule for Rock Island County.

    NAMI has received grants from the following Rock Island County-based foundations: The Doris and Victor Day Foundation - $5,000; Rauch Family Foundation I - $2,000; Rock Island Community Foundation - $2,500; and The Moline Foundation - $1,000. These grant dollars will be used for program coordination and outreach for referrals to new classes.

    NAMI continues its Family-to-Family education programs with a spring class scheduled March 3 to May 18, 2015, at Black Hawk College, Moline. For a complete list of 2015 programs and for registration information, please visit www.namigmv.org.

    NAMI provides free education and support programs to individuals and families living with mental illness. It serves residents within in Muscatine, Clinton, Scott Counties in Iowa and Mercer, Henry, Rock Island Counties in Illinois. NAMI programs are nationally-developed and designed to educate persons about the biology of mental illness, latest research, treatment options, as well as coping and communication skills important for supporting their loved one’s recovery.

    About NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley

    One in10 children and one in four adults experience a mental health disorder in any given year. Half of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by the age of 14. NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. This grassroots organization complements the work of mental health professionals by providing support, education and advocacy to individuals and families living with mental illness. NAMI works cooperatively through the Quad Cities Community Mental Health Initiative, serving residents in Muscatine, Clinton, Scott Counties in Iowa and Mercer, Henry, Rock Island Counties in Illinois.  Additional information is available at 563-322-8870 or www.namigmv.org.

     

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