FedEx Pilots' Wives Association  |  P.O. BOX 533 | Collierville, Tennessee 38027 |  fepwa901@gmail.com  
FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association is an independent, 501c3 and is unaffiliated with FedEx or any of its subsidiaries.
 

PILOTS' WIVES MAKES DONATIONS for 2017

The FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association recently celebrated their end of the year luncheon at Bonne Terre Inn. Mayayna McGee (development manager) and Jill Crocker (executive director) from Ronald McDonald House accepted a donation check for $10,000. Brittney Adams (volunteer coordinator) from FedExFamilyHouse also accepted a check for $10,000. The Pilots’ Wives have held several fundraisers to raise the $20,000 donation to their two charities. They also donate many hours each year volunteering at the houses.

Members of FEPWA presented a check for $10,000 to FedExFamilyHouse

Members of FEPWA presented a check for $10,000 to Ronald McDonald House

FEPWA's ANNUAL GARAGE SALE

The FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association annual garage sale was a great success. Even with all the rain on Saturday, we were able to raise over $3400 to benefit both the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis and the FedExFamilyHouse. Thank you to all the wonderful members of FEPWA who made this event happen and especially our host couple, Lisa and Mike Redley.

Check presentation to FedExFamilyHouse in the amount of $10,000

Check presentation to Ronald McDonald House in the amount of $10,000

End of the Year Luncheon and Donation

The FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association recently celebrated their end of the year luncheon at The Capital Grille in Memphis. Representatives from the FedExFamilyHouse, Sandra Lewis and Kavanaugh Casey, were present to accept a check for $10,000. Jill Crocker and Malayna McGee, from the Ronald McDonald House, were present to also accept their check for $10,000. The Pilots’ Wives have held several fundraisers to raise the $20,000 donation to their two charities. They also donate many hours each year volunteering at the houses. We look forward to the start of the new year with our new board and more members in September with our Welcome Luncheon. 

Welcome Back Brunch Sees Largest Numbers

The FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association Board of Directors hosted new and old members at the Buckland Lodge in Halle Plantation on Thursday, September 13, 2018. Over 65+ women were in attendance, the largest crowd to date for this event. While getting to meet members, the ladies enjoyed dining on delicious food and drinks provided by the FEPWA Board of Directors. Members learned about the upcoming events planned for this year including a Day Hub Tour at FedEx, a tour at St. Jude Children’s Hospital, decorating for Halloween at the Ronald McDonald House, and Christmas & Hanukah decorating at FedExFamilyHouse. The committee heads have planned a full calendar this year as well with events scheduled for Book Club, LCR, Bunco, Lunch Bunch, Mom's Group and the Coffee Connections. The ladies were also introduced to all of the opportunities made available throughout the year to raise money for RMH and FEFH including the garage sale to be held this November 2-3, and the Annual Fundraiser Party to be held at Ridgeway Country Club on April 27, 2019.

Annual Garage Sale makes $3000 despite weather

The FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association annual garage sale was a great success. Even with all the rain on Friday, we were able to raise over $3000 to benefit both the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis and the FedExFamilyHouse. Thank you to all the wonderful members of FEPWA who made this event happen and especially our host couple, Angela and Brian Witkowsky.

Decorating for the Holidays at FedExFamilyHouse

An annual tradition, the members of FEPWA, decorate the FedExFamilyHouse for the Christmas season, including more than 12 trees throughout the facility. We have themed trees that include, a Hanukkah tree, a kid's tree filled with ornaments created by our own children, and an Elf Tree in the new lobby of the addition to FEFH. Stocking are hung on the suite doors, toys are brought in for the FEFH Sleigh, and we bring items to help stock the pantry.  This year we had over 30 women who attended and helped bring holiday cheer.