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(E)veryone (N)eeds (F)ree Swag!

by Ashley Hart
Donor Services Coordinator


Looking for some ENF swag? Find us at the ENF booth at the 2019 Elks National Convention in St. Louis, and get a free ENF canvas tote bag when you sign up for the ENF Fidelity Club!

The ENF Fidelity Club is our monthly giving program that recognizes donors who give automatic, regularly scheduled donations each month through their credit card or checking account. This safe, easy, and reliable method of giving offers special membership benefits and recognition pieces. Check out the details at enf.elks.org/FidelityClub.

Do you have a favorite ENF program you like to support? Help us spend more time and resources on our Scholarship, Hoop Shoot, Drug Awareness, Veterans, and Community Investments programs by starting a monthly contribution to the ENF. When you help the ENF save on administration costs, we can better help Elks build stronger communities.

Click here to see where you can find the ENF Booth at Convention and what our staff is up to this year!

Can’t wait until Convention? Sign up for amonthly gift today, and we’ll send you an ENF Fidelity Club sticker for your 2019-20 membership card ASAP!




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