Although Daughters are not allowed to raise money in the name of The Order, the fruits of our individual giving continue to spread Christ’s Kingdom in many ways. Contributions to the four funds of The Order, in support of International or U.S. Daughters, and to the general support of The Order can be given through Online Donation or mailed directly to the national office.

Individual contributions, including Lifetime Memberships, may be made at any time. All gifts, whether from Daughters or from those who are not Daughters, are welcomed and appreciated. Members of the National Council provide oversight for all funds.

The Four National Funds

The Funds are how we, as Daughters, reach out and continue the work we are called upon to do. The Central Florida Diocese has always been generous in giving, and this year we have continued to recognize and support the important work that is accomplished through our corporate giving to the National Funds. (See National Handbook pages 20 – 23 for more information.)    

Self-Denial Fund – Ingathering February 2nd  supports missionary work through grants.

Master’s Fund – Ingathering is on Pentecost and support continuing education among women through grants.

Alpha Fund – Ingathering is September 5th and supports the Junior Daughters ministry.

Endowment Fund – Ingathering is November 1st and supports the permanent trust which ensures the work of the Order continues.

2021 Outreach Project: No One Hungry

Too many individuals, families, and seniors in Florida and around the world are struggling to get through the day as they face hunger and hopelessness. No One Hungry has grown from a food pantry in Titusville, FL to an international ministry. They not only provide food, they also give hope through the distribution of Bibles, water purification systems, scholarships to young students from impoverished villages in Belize, and rebuilding a small island in the Bahamas. They answer the call when there is a disaster whether caused by a hurricane, flood or even a worldwide pandemic. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, they have partnered with the Anglican Diocese of Belize in “Mission Feed Belize,” providing rice and beans to over 2,100 families representing more than 9,000 individuals. They expanded their local work in Titusville by keeping their pantry doors open and making more home food deliveries to seniors and families. 

DOK Chapters and Daughters can support No One Hungry in the following ways: 

  • Project FEED BELIZE School Lunch program
  • Homeless partnership with North Brevard Homeless Coalition 
  • Monthly operation needs to help needy population in Titusville

Please contact Outreach Chair, Margaret Roberts at 321-436-7907 or [email protected] for more information. 
Donations deadline: August 31, 2021
Make checks payable to: Central Florida DOK and include “No One Hungry” in the memo line               

Mail to:  
Sue McIlrath
CFL DOK Treasurer 
5617 Devon Street
Port Orange, FL 32127

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