NEW! "Wings of Eagles"Application for Services form
Helping seriously ill children in Butte, Glenn, Colusa, Tehama, & Sutter Counties for over 23 years!
"Wings" on the Go!
"Wings of Eagles" has been busy lately, distributing Easter Baskets at Easter, visiting "Wings" families, sending our Emergency Hospital Care Kits, participating in the 100th Annual Pioneer Day Parade, and the Annual Harley Owners Group Poker Run! Thank you everyone for your support to our "Wings of Eagles" families!!!
Mark your calendars now for these wonderful, exciting, fun, and entertaining events! Proceeds from all the events listed benefit "Wings of Eagles" and the families we serve!
"Wings" Bowl-A-Thon 2017!
Joseph Alvarez - In memory of your loving and caring spirit!
Friday, June 30, 2017
100% of Cold Brew Coffee sales will be donated to
“Wings of Eagles”
at the following Dutch Brothers Coffee Locations!
Chico - Paradise - Orland - Oroville
Is greatly appreciated!
"Wings of Eagles" is a Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Dedicated to Helping Families with Seriously Ill Children.
"Wings of Eagles" is the Joseph Alvarez Organization for seriously ill children. "Wings" was established in June of 1993 by Georgia Alvarez in memory of her son Joseph who died of a very rare and terminal form of leukemia in January of 1991. Since "Wings" inception, over a million dollars have been raised to help children in and about Northern California who have various forms of serious, life threatening illnesses, with preference given to pediatric cancer cases. Hundreds of families who have a child with a serious illness have been served by "Wings", relieving their financial and emotional burdens. "Wings of Eagles" is an all-denominational, nonprofit public benefit corporation. All funds raised directly benefit families who have a seriously ill child. Since the inception of "Wings", over $1,000,000.00 has been raised to help children in Northern California who have various forms of serious, life-threatening illnesses, with preference given to pediatric cancer cases.