The International Order of Alhambra has a long history as a Catholic social and charitable organization dedicated to assisting God's special children, the developmentally disabled.
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Galicia Caravan No. 77 originally chartered in Detroit in 1949 is one of the largest and oldest Alhambra Caravans in the Michigan Region.
Our charitable mission; to assist the developmentally disabled. Founded in 1904, our members are bonded thru Catholic faith, Christian values and a desire to assist the less fortunate. We host field trips, boat rides, zoo trips, circus trips, picnics, Christmas parties, dinner dances, etc. and provide scholarships to students pursuing careers teaching the cognitively impaired. Alhambra Houses provide housing for the developmentally disabled and St. Francis Camp on the Lake gives them an opportunity to experience a week at camp specifically geared towards their unique abilities.
Join us and be a part of a wonderful organization that is bonded in Catholic faith and provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities.
We are men and women, young and old, clergy and lay person alike, socializing, memorializing Catholic history and giving of ourselves to assist the developmentally disabled with a spirit of eternal hope derived from our common foundations in Christ. Many of our members have families, some are single, widowed or divorced but each is an instrument of God’s peace bringing light to the world.
There are no expectations placed on our members. We understand how busy each other's lives can be. Volunteer events, parties and fundraisers are always in the works. When you feel you can spare a little time; membership in the Order of Alhambra gives you that sense that you are part of something bigger and making a difference in the lives of some very special individuals.
Contact us today and see why we are so blessed to be assisting God's most wonderful, loving and special children, the developmentally disabled. You'll be glad you did.