’17-’18 RPM Grant Recipients

The Robbie Page Memorial Fund is one way Tri Sigma chapters impact local children’s hospitals or health centers through Sigma Serves Children. Every year the Foundation awards local grants to programs nominated by alumnae and collegiate chapters. Grants range from $100 to $2,500. To nominate an organization, a chapter must work closely with the agency to develop their grant application and submit no later than April 30 of each year.

 

2016-2017 RPM Grant Recipients

 

Children’s Hospital of Colorado-Aurora, CO

Funding for virtual reality goggles

Nominated by Eta Pi – Metro State University

 

Cleveland Clinic-Cleveland, OH

Funding for sensory development items

Nominated by Theta Zeta – Case Western Reserve University

 

Fairview Ridges Hospital

Funding for sensory and distraction toys

Nominated by Epsilon Rho – Minnesota State University at Mankato

 

Franciscan Children’s Hospital-Brighton, MA

Funding for books, headphones, table tennis game, Wiis with games.

Nominated by Epsilon Chi – Northeastern University

 

George Mark Children’s House

Funding for Two Ipads, and Two Otter Box Cases

Nominated by Epsilon Alpha – California State University East Bay

 

Hackensack Meridian Health-Montclair, NJ

Funding for Murals by Tracy for visual distraction and anxiety relief

Nominated by Eta Nu – Ramapo University

 

Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital

Funding for camcorder and digital camera

Nominated by Western Michigan Alumnae Chapter

 

Hurley Medical Center-Flint, MI

Funding for distraction bags with multifunction toys

Nominated by Theta Beta – University of Michigan-Flint

 

Levine Children’s Hospital

Funding for Nintendo 2DS with Mario Kart, and iPod Shuffles

Nominated by Delta Pi – Winthrop University

 

Massachusetts General Hospital for Children-Boston, MA

Funding for newborn through toddler developmental play toys

Nominated by Zeta Alpha – Bryant University

 

Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

Funding for adaptive furnishings, books, and sensory items

Nominated by Alpha Chi – Murray State University

 

North Memorial Medical Center-Robbinsdale, MN

Funding for KidzpaceTouch2PlayPro

Nominated by Twin Cities Alumnae Chapter

 

Northshore University Health System- Evansdale, IL

Funding for sensory and play items

Nominated by Chicago North Shore Alumnae Chapter

 

Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital-Louisville, KY

Funding for Children’s Hospital Play Set, Kitchen Play Set, laptop desks

Nominated by Gamma Psi – Morehead State University

 

Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital-Baton Rouge, LA

Funding for distraction items for hospitalized infants

Nominated by Gamma Pi – Nicholls State University

 

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation-St. Louis, MO

Funding for sensory toys

Nominated by Theta Gamma – McKendree University

 

St. Louis Children’s Hospital-St.Louis, MO

Funding for adaptive and sensory toy lending library

Nominated by the Greater St. Louis Alumnae Chapter

 

The Children’s Hospital at St. Francis-Tulsa, OK

Funding for Radical Randy Asthma teaching doll and accessories

Nominated by Alpha Iota – Northeastern State University

 

The Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters

Funding for Nurture Smart mobiles for infant visual and sensory stimulation

Nominated by Zeta Pi – Virginia Wesleyan University

 

University of North Carolina Children’s Medical Center-Chapel Hill, NC

Funding for bookcases for the Robbie Page Memorial Atrium

Nominated by Delta Beta – Elon University

 

University of Virginia Children’s Hospital-Charlottesville, VA

Funding for weighted blankets

Nominated by Delta Chi – University of VA

 

Winchester Medical Center-Winchester, VA

Funding for Fisher-Price Big Action Load’n Go Ride on Tractor, Playstation 3 gaming system, and Kindle Kids bundle

Nominated by Beta Delta – Shepherd University

 

Women and Children’s Hospital-Lafayette, LA

Funding for play toys, games, balls, dolls, puzzles, blocks

Nominated by Alpha Mu – University of LA at Lafayette