Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR Completes Plans for Year-End Giving

  • Jackie Marcus, member of Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR, presents a donation check from the chapter to Chuck Bumbales, Executive Director, D300 Food Pantry of Carpentersville, IL.Photograph courtesy of Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR

    Jackie Marcus, member of Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR, presents a donation check from the chapter to Chuck Bumbales, Executive Director, D300 Food Pantry of Carpentersville, IL.Photograph courtesy of Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR

 
Ruth Groth
Updated 12/28/2020 10:35 AM

Barrington-based Signal Hill Chapter, NSDAR, completed this unprecedented year by fulfilling its mission to support local non-profits through monetary donations. Due to its fund-raising efforts throughout 2020, the chapter was able to distribute over $11,000 to various local charities and organizations, specifically in the areas of historic preservation, education, patriotism, and conservation, including:

District 300 Food Pantry in Carpentersville, The Barrington Area Library, Harper College Education Foundation Promise Program, Lake Country Forest Preserves Preservation Foundation Bess Bower Dunn Museum, Wreaths Across America, Honor Flight of Lake County, and Mindful Waste.

 

The Signal Hill Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) was founded in Barrington, IL in 1972. NSDAR is a volunteer women's service organization headquartered in Washington, DC. Since its founding in 1890 over one million women have joined both nationally and around the world. The local Barrington Chapter raises funds throughout the year and distributes them to 501 (c) (3) organizations whose missions support that of NSDAR: historic preservation, education, patriotism, and conservation. Membership in NSDAR is open to any woman age 18 and over who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution. For more information: https://signalhilldar.com, or contact Ruth Groth at rgroth@wowway.com.

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