to El Paso Elk's Lodge #187
El Paso Elk's Lodge #187 creates & participates
in many programs to better the El Paso
Community & actively demonstrate that
Elks Care - Elks Share!
Monday - Thursday:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - ...
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA!
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CHRISTMAS DONATIONS NEEDED - VISIT DOLLAR GENERAL TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
LIP-SYNC CHALLENGE! Showing Veteran's that we Remember them ALWAYS. A great time had by all!
WE NEED YOU! DONATION REQUEST - PLEASE DONATE TOILETRIES TO OUR LODGE IN SUPPORT OF OUR TTP CAMPAIGN.
CLICK BELOW TO ORDER TOILETRIES ONLINE FROM TTP - AMAZON WISH LIST
Q3 -TTP (Toiletry Drive) !
15 Local Non-Profits Served!!
Click Here to Visit our TTP Facebook Page
TIME TO CELEBRATE!
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WHAT'S HAPPENING at the Elks Lodge!
Every Friday Night starting at 6 pm, the Lodge has a homemade meal to raise funds for our charitable work. We invite everyone to come support our efforts & we promise you won’t be disappointed. Friendly atmosphere, good food & music. NEW DINNER OPTIONS - YOU MAY NOW PAY ON LINE FOR YOUR DINNERS AND PICK UP FOOD TO GO!! DINE IN STILL AVAILABLE, BUT LIMITED TO SAFE DISTANCING RESTRICTIONS.
The Ladies’ Auxiliary is a strong active organization who support the Elks and the lodge in many capacities. Read more for their upcoming events. Interested in joining or assisting the Ladies Auxilliary in their efforts, please contact us.
El Paso Elk's Lodge #187 has provided support for various organizations, in the El Paso Community including:
The Opportunity Center
Center Against Sexual &Family Violence
El Paso HOSPICE
Groups with Special Needs
Boy Scouts: Troop 187, Troop 137 (boys), Troop 137 (girls)
Cub Scouts: Pack 187, Pack 44
Sea Scouts: Ship 7
Order of the Arrow: Wapaha Chapter
Venturing: Crew 187
Various elementary, Jr high, high schools
Jardin de los Ninos
Child Protective Services (CPS)
Winchester House & Pride Center
County of EP Veterans Treatment Center
Steven Cohen Military Family Clinic
Veterans Transitional Living Center
Villa Maria Homeless Center
Willie Sanchez Family Shelter
(Victory Home) World Victory Center Mens Home
La Posada Home
Child Crisis Center
Sara McKnight YWCA
Rescue Mission of El Paso
La Casa de las Abuelitas
Purple Heart Pre K-6
Canutillo Pre K-6
Deanna Davenport K-6
Andress High School ROTC /9-12 grade
Hanks High School Special Needs Prom
St. Pius X Church Special Needs
Cactus Trails K-6
Vista Del Sol Elementary K-6
Vista Hills Elementary K-6
and other local non-profit organizations who provide public & veteran’s services & more
If you know of an organization that needs assistance, please give us a call or email us to discuss how we may assist.
(Hoop Shoot, Drug Awareness, Veteran's Memorial & more)
grants & more)
Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
Each year the Elks National Foundation provides more than $3.65 million in college scholarships to graduating seniors.
All across the nation our Elk State Associations also sponsor programs to build stronger communities by assisting those in need through scholarships, medical research, recreational opportunities, and lots more.
Need community hours for school? Or interested in sharing your life experiences, skills and passions and looking for ways to help others in our community? Let's connect...please call or email us.
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DONATE LIFE AMERICA!
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the USA has joined forces with Donate Life America to increase donations of organs, eyes and life-saving tissue. The Grand Lodge Fraternal Committee is asking all Elks to join the Organ Donor Program to make these life-saving donations.
Even though 95% of Americans are in favor of being a donor, only 54% of the U.S. adult population, are registered organ, eye and tissue donors. Nationally, nearly 33,600 patients began new lives in 2016 thanks to organ transplants. 683,000 have taken place since 1988. Every year 1.5 million tissue transplants are performed. 48,000 patients have their sight restored through corneal transplants each year and 1,500,000 since 1961! Unfortunately, 119,000 men, women and children currently need life-saving organ transplants. Then, add another name to the national organ transplant waiting list every 10 minutes. No wonder an average of 22 people die each day from the lack of available organs for transplant!
We Elks Members can help close the gap! For more information on the importance of donation and how to become a registered donor in your state, log on to www.donatelife.net