100 Million Dollar Club
Have you thought about this?
It's a great idea - Why not join?
It takes millions of dollars a year to operate the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children. The medical care given through this Shriners Hospital network has cured or substantially helped more than 1,000,000 children regardless of their ability to pay.
The money to operate these 22 hospitals comes from several sources: the $5 annual hospital assessment paid by each Shriner; monies raised by Shrine fundraising events such the East/West Shrine Football Game and Shrine paper sales; and income from the Shriners Hospitals for Children Endowment Fund.
The endowment fund provides approximately 85 percent of the hospitals' operating income. This fund is supported by the gifts and bequests of Shriners and non-Shriners alike. As hospital costs climb and Shriners Hospitals continue to provide more specialized care and conduct more research, the financial need increases.
Too many people, both Shriners and non-Shriners, believe that if they cannot donate or leave a large sum of money, their gift will not count. Obviously, every contribution helps. In order to encourage Shriners and non-Shriners to contribute to Shriners Hospitals for Children, the HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR CLUB was established in 1972. The club got its name from its goal of adding 100 million dollars to the endowment fund through gifts or bequests of $100 or more.
How to join
There are three ways to become a member of the 100 Million Dollar Club: (1) By contributing $100 or more to Shriners Hospitals for Children; (2) By having your will include a bequest of $100 or more to Shriners Hospitals for Children; or (3) By adding a provision to an existing will leaving $100 or more to Shriners Hospitals for Children. All such contributions should be processed through your local Shrine Temple Recorder, Click Here to email us.
What you receive
Each donor receives a handsome 100 Million Dollar Club certificate. By contributing $100, you can feel like a million, knowing that you have helped to ensure that Shriners Hospitals for Children will be able to continue helping children in the years to come.
Appoximate donations received from the Rajah Shrine since this program began in 1972 as of December 31, 2021:
Nobles who have donated for 2022:
May 23, 2022 Certificate #3043
In Memory of Ronald E. Barron from FDSC Tin Lizzies
May 23, 2022 Certificate #3044
In Memory of Bruce E. Johnson from FDSC Tin Lizzies
March 8, 2022 Certificate #3042 John and Kathy Schneider
Nobles who have donated for 2021:
October 28, 2021 Certificate #3041 Estate of Shirley M. Becks
May 6, 2021 Certificate #3040 Gary & Karen Brown
February 24, 2021 Certificate #3038 Mark D. Gall
February 24, 2021 Certificate #3039 Erich K. Pfahl
January 13, 2021 Certificate #3037
In Memory of Kenneth J. Hummel-Presented to Lady Linda
Nobles who have donated for 2020:
January 14, 2020 Certificate #3030 Erich K. Pfahl
January 14, 2020 Certificate #3031 Kathy A. Long
February 10, 2020 Certificate #3032 Ronald L. Szapacs
March 4, 2020 Certificate #3033 Dennis B. Guignet, Sr.
November 13, 2020
Certificate #3034 In Honor of Marie Miller
November 13, 2020
Certificate #3035 Carol M. Heimbecker
December 18, 2020
Certificate #3036 Robert & Doris Boddie
Nobles who have donated for 2019:
January 11, 2019 Certificate No. 3019 Erich K. Pfahl
January 11, 2019 Certificate No. 3020 Bruce D. Dengler
January 16, 2019 Certificate No. 3021 Diane Cunfer
February 18, 2019 Certificate No. 3022 Ill. Sir Michael J. Zerbe
July 2, 2019 Certificate No. 3023 For my Best Friend,
Dennis L. Hagan, PC, PMC
July 17, 2019 Certificate No. 3024 Donald B. Houston
September 19, 2019 Certificate No. 3025 Thomas H. Ravert
November 20, 2019 Certificate No. 3026 Allan L. Waer, Jr.
December 11, 2019 Certificate No. 3027 In Loving Memory of
Henry L. Faust
December 11, 2019 Certificate No. 3028 Raymond L. Kunkel, Jr.
December 16, 2019 Certificate No. 3029 Robert & Doris Boddie