WHO ARE THE MASSILLON EAGLES AND WHAT DO WE DO?
We are a charitable fraternal organization, the largest in Massillon, Ohio.
We donate over $100,000 per year to local charities.
Massillon Child Safety, Massillon City FunFest, Massillon Museum,
Massillon Police Shop with a Cop, Massillon Police Dept,
Massillon Fire Dept,
Jackson Side-Liners, Jackson Township Lions Club, YMCA, West Side Athletic Club, Special Olympics,
Salvation Army Of Massillon, Saint Joseph’s Soup Kitchen,
American Legion, Knights Of Columbus Soup Kitchen,
Boy Scout of America,
Boys & Girls Club Of Massillon, Domestic Violence,
Free Health Clinic,
Massillon Board Of Education, Massillon Basketball, Gymnastics, Football and Wrestling,
Tuslaw Basketball, Choir Boosters and Wrestling Boosters,
Massillon girls softball, Massillon Hot Stove, Massillon Senior Center,
Quota International and Rotary of Massillon.
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BY BECOMING AN EAGLE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BE ADMITTED TO ALL OF THE EAGLES IN AMERICA AND CANADA. YOU ALSO CAN TAKE PRIDE IN KNOWING THAT YOU ARE PART OF PROVIDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO MANY CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION
We are a charitable fraternal organization, the largest in Massillon, Ohio. We donate over $100,000 per year to local charities. Among the charities that we support are The Boys & Girls Club of Massillon, The Domestic Violence Shelter of Massillon, Massillon Washington High School Education and Sports, Tuslaw High School Education and Sports, and The Jimmy Kiefer Scholarship Fund.
People helping people is a value that the Fraternal Order of Eagles has held for more than a century. It’s a statement that guides the charitable actions to help members and their families as well as fellow Americans affected by illness, injury or catastrophe.
It is this philosophy that has inspired our leadership to work toward a Fraternal Order of Eagles medical research facility dedicated to eliminating diseases that afflict so many.
People Helping People…
The Eagles claim many great social and political leaders on their rolls from Theodore Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan. Harry S. Truman often reiterated that the Eagles was his type of organization — funded by and for the common man.
Today, the Eagles continue to strive to make the world a better place. We are proud, caring “People Helping People” who understand that the needs of many will always outweigh the needs of a few.