Shriners are committed to its Philanthropy and are made up of men who care about their community. They are good fathers, brothers, sons, husbands and friends. They embrace life and let their light shine by giving back.
Al Amin Shrine Temple, established in July of 1971, was granted a charter on July 20, 1972. For 50 years Al Amin Shrine has been an example of the heart of what being a Shriner is all about. Fun, fellowship, and the masonic principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth.
Shriners Hospitals specialize in pediatric care. Every action of Al Amin has this heart behind it. Whether we are putting on an event, renting our space, or participating in the parade. We love Corpus Christi and the children of the Coastal Bend.
As you know, our Children's Hospitals help treat children suffering from burns. They love to receive homemade crochet or knitted hats as donations. However, during our South Texas heat, these kids would sure like to have some hats that have a brim. This will provide protection from sun and other elements while they continue to get the care they need.
If you are a seamstress or have a group that loves to sew, Shriners Children's in Galveston would love some fisherman type brimmed hats donated. All shapes, sizes and colors would be awesome. If you would like more information regarding what is being looked for or where to send your labor of love, contact information is to the right.
Have some fishing hats, or made some? You can reach out to Lucy Huff in the Donor Relations department at Shriners Children's in Galveston.
Feel free to text Lucy at 409-795-4875 or click the link below to call.