The Memorial Foundation supports children (including those legally adopted) of members who die while serving their
country or at work. All Eagle members and their families are automatically protected by this unprecedented safety net.
Memorial Foundation Benefits
With the Memorial Foundation children of deceased members who die while serving their country or at work are able to
attend college or vocational school with grants up to $30,000. They can also receive medical assistance including payments
to physicians, dentists, orthodontists, and hospitals. The cost of eyeglasses, prescriptions, as well as medical and dental
devices is also included.
Aside from member support, the Memorial Foundation also provides educational benefits to graduates of Home on the Range in Sentinel Butte, North Dakota; High Sky Girls Ranch in Midland, Texas; and Bob Hope High School in Port Arthur, Texas.
The H.O.M.E. Charity Fund is an acronym for Hands of Many Eagles. This fund is and allows donors from Eagle Communities to designate and support various charitable benefiting from H.O.M.E. are those not included in any other Eagle charity fund.