As a life insurer for more than 120 years, Royal Neighbors continues to be guided by this important commitment to women and those they care about. Our team is aligned in its vision of creating an insurance organization that is truly different and focused on giving back.
Our growth and commitment to women and those they care about remain strong due to the dedicated leadership at Royal Neighbors. The executive team is driven to excellence and is involved in the mission of Royal Neighbors.
The Royal Neighbors Foundation is a philanthropic not for profit corporation. We were established by Royal Neighbors of America® in 2002 as 501(c)(3) public charity to provide financial education and support causes that empower women and their families.
Our unique mission of insuring lives, supporting women and serving communities stems from being a fraternal benefit society and an organization with a dual mission of both providing financial protection through life insurance and “neighbor-helping-neighbor” community service.
By joining a Royal Neighbors chapter in your area you can work with a group of people who share your desire to help others. It’s easy, it’s fun and it’s a great way to create positive change where you live.
Want to change your corner of the world? The Difference Maker Fund is a program that offers Royal Neighbors members $200 in seed money to support a community project that aligns with Royal Neighbors’ mission of empowering women and girls.
The Member Relief Fund is a member benefit we hope you never have to use…but it’s there if you need it. It provides financial assistance to qualifying members who experience major illnesses or property damage due to natural disasters.
Royal Neighbors offers a variety of traditional and non-traditional scholarships. Since its creation in 1961, Royal Neighbors of America Scholarship program has awarded more than $5 million to its members to assist with the costs of continuing education.
We are a life insurer that believes we are more than a nation of individuals; we are a nation of neighbors. So we have a dual mission to financially protect our members and their families, and to support “neighbor-helping-neighbor” activities that improve your community.
Exciting things are always happening at Royal Neighbors. Read the latest about how you can customize life insurance to meet your needs, and how you and Royal Neighbors can make a difference in your local community.
"The Royal Neighbor" magazine has a long history. Since 1900 we have been providing information that matters to women and their families. From money-saving advice to insights from the CEO, the magazine has been a valuable resource for generations.
Chris Seistrup, executive vice president of Royal Neighbors, presented Lena Council a $10,000 check from Royal Neighbors of America’s Nation of Neighbors Program. Council will use the funds to expand her entrepreneurial program – Dreamer’s Entrepreneurial Club.
Chris Seistrup, executive vice president of Royal Neighbors, at center, presented Arlene Malone, at right, a $10,000 check from Royal Neighbors of America’s Nation of Neighbors Program. She was nominated by Royal Neighbors of America Agent Sheila Campbell, at left. Malone will use the funds to expand her R-E-A-D group (Rejuvenating Excellence & Accomplishing Dreams) a program designed to help girls 13-17 years of age prepare for college.
(Rock Island, IL) -- From busting a move in Milwaukee to preparing young women in Chesapeake to becoming college-educated leaders in their communities, Royal Neighbors of America, one of the largest women-led life insurers in the U.S., is making dreams come true through its Nation of Neighbors Program.
Matt Mendenhall, philanthropy director for Royal Neighbors of America presented Liz Pitcher a Nation of Neighbors check for $10,000 to help her increase her efforts to provide outreach programs to rescue women and girls being trafficked through street prostitution in the Indianapolis area and provide them support services that can help them lead happy, healthy lives.
(Rock Island, IL) -- Cynthia Tidwell, president/CEO of Royal Neighbors, at left, presents Amanda Olson with a Nation of Neighbors check for $10,000 to complete her Mad Roots Urban Aquaponics farm, a system for growing and harvesting food that is done without soil and fertilizer.