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"The World's Greatest Philanthropy"
The Shrine Hospitals
The Children Are Our Future!


6977 Main Street Houston, Texas

The Houston Shriners Hospital is a 40-bed pediatric orthopaedic hospital providing comprehensive orthopaedic care to children at no charge.


815 Market St. - Galveston, Texas

The Shriners Hospital in Galveston is a 30-bed pediatric burn hospital providing comprehensive acute care and reconstructive and rehabilitative care to children who have been burned at no charge.

There is no charge to the patient or family for any of the medical care or services provided by Shriners Hospitals. I am a father who has a 42 year old daughter with cerebral palsy. She spent her first 18 years in and out of the Houston's Shrine Hospital for operations, therapy, braces, walkers and crutches. At no time did the hospital ask for money or even if I had insurance. The important thing for me was, that this all happened a lot of years before I became a Mason.

If you would like to learn more about the Shrine and Shriners or the Shrine Hospitals, visit the Arabia Shrine Web Site at http://www.shriners-houston.org/

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