Scholarship Party of Five
The Elks family truly lives up to its name through the Zufall family. The close knit family, whose father is an Elks member, includes five siblings, all of whom are Elks scholars attending UC-Davis.
Meet the Class of 2015 - Alexander Santilli
Read about 2015 MVS scholar Alexander, who is continuing his love for the environment and helping others during his time at Colorado School of Mines.
Nowhere to Go but Up
Read about Rachel Updike, an Emergency Educational Grant recipient who was able to achieve her dreams at Princeton University with the help of her Elks family.
Tex is an ENF Chair and is also involved with the Hoop Shoot, Drug Awareness, Veterans Service Committees and the Soccer Shoot. A recipient of the Purple Heart, Tex exemplifies grit, read on to learn how.
True Grit Elks: Danniele McKnight
Danniele McKnight—a member of Frederick, Md., Lodge No. 684 for 13 years—has served Elkdom in various capacities, including as the ENF Fundraising Chair for her Lodge. Danniele exemplifies grit. To read how, check out her True Grit Elks bio below.
True Grit Elks: Bill Oakley
Elks know they can make a difference in their communities and that they can influence the next generation in a positive way. The Elks National Foundation has the privilege and responsibility to help Elks do that by developing programs and providing grants. Bill Oakley is an Elk making a difference in his community. Read more about his story here.
Read how the MVS Named Scholarship Program enhances Elks scholars' experiences within the Elks family.
eBay and the ENF
Damon Lenk, a member of Bristol, Conn., Lodge No. 1010, sells American flags online to support the ENF. Read more to find out how!
Motivate, Move, Match
See how Cynthiana, Ky., Lodge No. 438 used a volunteer-hour matching program to raise more than $9,000 for the ENF.
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