Welcome to The Tiara Foundation Society
** Announcement **
TIARA FOUNDATION SOCIETY HOLIDAY LUNCHEON!!!!
Hello Tiara Foundation Members! It's been a long time since we have all gathered together so please join us for a Holiday Luncheon (dutch treat) to celebrate, socialize, and get caught up on what is happening with the Tiara Foundation Society! We look forward to seeing you all again!
December 10, 2018
1:00 - 2:30 PM
Mandarin Danvers Restaurant
139 Endicott Street, Danvers, MA 01923
(All meals are "dutch treat")
We look forward to "catching up" and welcoming friends or new members to join us!
Please feel free to bring a friend or relative (21+ only please). We have members of all ages, ranging in age from 21 years old and up.
2016 Tiara Foundation Society Award Recipient
Congratulations to Natasha Dube as the recipient of the 2016 Tiara Foundation Society award!
Natasha is a single mom and attends North Shore Community College. Natasha excels in her studies and was invited to become a member of Phi Theta Kappa Society. Phi Theta Kappa is an honors society where members must meet high academic standards and receive an invitation to become a member. Good luck, Natasha!
Please note, you will never be asked for a monetary contribution nor will we sell or share your personal information. Please feel free to bring a friend or relative (21+ only please). Our members range in age from 21 years old and up. We have members of all ages.
The Tiara Foundation Society is a non-profit organization that raises funds for a cash award to benefit a *single-parent annually to help in continuing a college or trade/technical school education. ( *Please see list of requirements to apply). We are a network of social groups that meet 4 X's a year (usually in February, April, September, and November, for lunch or dinner) to share fundraising and event ideas. We welcome women 21 years of age and up. We look stylish in our tiaras PLUS we have a purpose ~ a charitable cause. There are no membership dues or fees. The funds we raise go toward creating an endowment to fund a cash award for one single-parent annually.