About Our Caravan
Bejar Caravan No. 56 is located in San Antonio, Texas and serves Catholic
men in and around  Bexar County.


The International Order of Alhambra is a fraternal organization of Catholic
men dedicated to assisting persons developmentally disabled by mental
retardation.
The Order's mission is to:

a. Provide assistance, education and residences for persons
developmentally disabled;

b. Identify, mark, preserve, and commemorate Catholic historical
places, events and persons of international or regional importance;

c. Promote fraternalism and sociability among its members and their
families
.


BEJAR CARAVAN NO. 56 has 235 members in and around San
Antonio, Texas

BEJAR CARAVAN NO. 56 has been in existance since 1927
Past Grand Commander
R
obert Herrera
Fraternalism and sociability are dominant
characteristics of the International Order of Alhambra.
These characteristics are specifically identified in one
of the purposes of the Order, i.e., "To promote social,
fraternal and intellectual associations and through its
Caravans provide a practical means to form enduring
fellowship and friendship among its members." These
characteristics of the members of the Order are
perpetuated to provide camaraderie and enjoyment
while raising funds to achieve the Order’s goals and
objectives of assisting persons with developmental
disabilities caused by mental retardation.


As part of our goal to:
a. Provide assistance, education and residences for
persons developmentally disabled;

Bejar Caravan # 56 provides monetary grants/gifts to
Organizations that assist, educate and house
developmentally disabled persons.
click on the link below to go to our Grants to Gods Special
Children Page
.
BEJAR CARAVAN NO. 56
INTERNATIONAL ORDER
OF THE ALHAMBRA
Grants Gifts to Gods Special Children