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.
Our growth and historic commitment to women and those they care about remains strong due to the dedicated leadership at Royal Neighbors. As a life insurer for more than 120 years, Royal Neighbors continues to be guided by this important commitment.
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.
Youth Whole Life insurance can provide coverage for costs involved in the unfortunate loss of a child. It also guarantees that your child is protected with life insurance coverage regardless of changes in her or his health condition. Plus, it has the ability to build cash value.
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.
Royal Neighbors offers a variety of traditional and non-traditional scholarships. Since its creation in 1961, the Royal Neighbors of America Scholarship Program has awarded more than $5 million to its members to assist with the costs of continuing education.
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.
Beginning with the San Francisco earthquake in 1906, Royal Neighbors has, along with its members, helped victims of all types of disasters through monetary donations and hands-on assistance. The Disaster Aid Fund responds to community-level need.
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.
Stressed about money? Need help paying for college? Want tips about how much money you need to save for retirement? Royal Neighbors offers useful articles that help you stretch your budget and make your dollars last.
What do you love about life? Whether you enjoy reading about gardening, sewing, pets, travel, food, or fitness, Royal Neighbors offers a variety of blogs on topics that can help you enjoy life even more.
Everyday amazing women make a difference in the world around them. Royal Neighbors is a women-founded and women-led organization that shines the spotlight on women. Read about everyday … yet amazing … women and more in our library of stories about empowering women.
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.
(Rock Island, IL) – In the early 1930s the United States was in the midst of the most severe and longest-lasting economic downturn in the history of the Western industrialized world. As is typical for our country when times are difficult, those who are able will rally to help others.
(Rock Island, IL) – Ten students discovered a clever way to help fund their college tuition – by receiving a New Horizons scholarship through Royal Neighbors of America. The recipients get a non-renewable scholarship of up to $5,000 each year to pursue a degree at an accredited college or university.
Christina Mastio of Parkville, MO, knows what it takes to make miracles happen. With the help of a $10,000 grant from Royal Neighbors of America’s Nation of Neighbors Program, she will expand Northland Miracles, the non-profit she co-founded to help identify and rectify gaps in service to women and children in partnership with schools and social workers.
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.