Welcome to our Daughters of the Nile website. Thank you for seeking us out. We are an organization of women dedicated to bettering ourselves and the world around us while having fun and making and keeping friendships along the way. We are an international organization with local Temples scattered throughout the United States, Canada, and Brazil.
I am Donna Kramer, Supreme Queen of the Supreme Temple Daughters of the Nile, and for the next year I will be leading the organization and visiting all the subordinate Temples in 131 cities. As our sole Philanthropy is the Shriners Children’s™, I also have the privilege of visiting the 21 Shriners Hospitals and Health Centers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. We support the Hospitals and Health Initiatives of Shriners International by fundraising for our Daughters of the Nile Foundation and Canadian Foundation. We are very proud of the fact that through our non-profit charitable Foundations, to date we have worked together as volunteers and friends to give over $68 Million Dollars to Shriners Children’s™.
I invite you to explore the “About Us” tab on our website and hope that you find something in our organization that inspires you to join us in our unifying endeavours. If you would like to learn more about us or require more information, please see the contact information at the top of this page.
The Daughters of the Nile is an international, fraternal organization committed to enhancing the lives of women of all ages by promoting lifelong friendships, character building, intellectual benefits, a commitment to serving others and a belief in the existence of a Supreme Being. The Daughters of the Nile accomplishes its mission through meaningful ritualistic ceremonies, by promoting and supporting the Supreme Temple and Subordinate Temples, and by contributing to the Daughters of the Nile Foundation and the Canadian Foundation, both of which benefit Shriners Children’s™. We are committed to fostering the belief in the Fatherhood of God and the Sisterhood of Women, and the desire to serve others.