Providing free orthopedic and burn care to children under 18. Hospitals are located throughout North America. Includes educational information. Headquarters in Tampa. [Description from dmoz]
The Masonic Shriners' red fez and mini-scooter parades are the goofy side to their serious support of the Shriners Hospitals For Children. The system operates 22 hospitals in North America. Among those, 18 specialize in orthopedic conditions, some also specialize in treating serious burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lips and palates. Founded by the fellowship Shrine of North America, the hospitals are supported by a multitude of fundraising events organized by 500,000 red fez-wearing members. As a result, these hospitals are able to treat children under 18 years old completely for free. Shriners Hospitals For Children was founded in 1922. [Description from Hoover's]
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