Brotherhood, Philanthropy & Fun for Over a Century
Osman Shriners, situated in the heart of St. Paul, Minnesota, is a distinguished non-profit fraternal organization with a remarkable legacy extending over 100 years. Osman Shriners, which is renowned for its commitment to brotherhood and philanthropy as well as community service, is an integral part of Shriners International. This global fraternity is known for its charitable work and strong community ties.
Since its founding, Osman Shriners have been committed to its mission of uniting men with high moral and ethical values, encouraging personal growth, camaraderie and a shared commitment to benevolent cause. Central to its ethos is the support of Shriners Hospitals for Children, a network of healthcare facilities renowned for providing exceptional care to children, regardless of a family's ability to pay. This commitment to pediatric health care reflects the organization's belief that it can have a positive impact on the lives of children and young people.
Osman Shriners are involved in many community service projects, including healthcare. These initiatives include educational programs, scholarships funds, and various local community service projects, all of which aim to enrich the lives of community residents and foster a spirit generosity and service.
The organization has a long-standing presence in St. Paul, making it a pillar in the community. It is admired for its charitable work and for its role in preserving fraternal values. Osman Shriners continues to attract members who are drawn to its rich traditions, vibrant brotherhood, and its unwavering dedication to making a difference in the world.
Eagan ( EE-gən) is a city in Dakota County, Minnesota. It is south of Saint Paul and lies on the south bank of the Minnesota River, upstream from the confluence with the Mississippi River. Eagan and the other nearby suburbs form the southern section of the Minneapolis–Saint Paul area. Eagan's population was 68,855 at the 2020 census. The city was home to the headquarters of Northwest Airlines (now Delta Air Lines).
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