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    Landmark Lodge #93
    2401 N. Albany Ave.
    Tampa, FL 33607


    Business Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 5315
    Tampa, FL 33675



  • Harram Temple No. 23 - Divan Meeting - November 15, 2017

  • Harram Temple No. 23 - Temple Meeting - November 19, 2017


   
Who We Are...

Harram Temple was instituted in Port Tampa under the leadership of Noble John R. Hall, Illustrious Potentate in 1896. Here’s a point of history: during this time, they were called Rising Star #23 before the name was changed to Harram #23. Rising Star was moved to Tampa in 1900. Harram Temple No.23 was chartered September 25, 1927. Prince Hall Shrinedom embraces all of the basic fundamental concepts of the Masonic Order, but is more colorful with a broader spectrum of visibility by the manner in which it serves as a charitable non-profit organization and dispenses charity in the community and the care for its own.



Shrine History

Noble John G. Jones established our organization on June 3, 1893. Its incorporation took place on December 12, 1900. The Shrine Organization takes great pride in its Auxiliary, which is comprised of wives, sisters, mothers and daughters of the membership – officially styled, the Imperial Court Daughters, an auxiliary of the A.E.A.O.N.M.S.

The Imperial Potentate, and the Daughters by the Imperial Commandress, heads the Shrine. The men of the organization, Nobles, wear the red Fez; and the women, Daughters, an auxiliary of the A.E.A.O.N.M.S. wear the white Fez. Most importantly, both are community servants.

The Imperial Council of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdictions, Incorporated and Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. (Prince Hall Shriners) of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdictions, Incorporated is a benevolent, charitable, educational and fraternal organization of Prince Hall Shriners, dedicated to charitable, civic, economic and educational development programs.

Our worldwide fraternal group has a membership of approximately 25,000 in some 250+ Shrine Temples and over 200+ Courts (The Daughters, an auxiliary of the A.E.A.O.N.M.S.), throughout the Continental United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Japan, Korea, Guam, Thailand, Panama and the Bahamas.

We foster a multitude of national charitable programs: The Prince Hall Shriners Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which is established to provide financial resources to help support the following initiatives: Health Care: A.E.A.O.N.M.S., through its National Diabetes Initiative (NDI), and the American Diabetes Association (ADA); St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; partnership with the NAACP Voter Registration/Education program, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mentorship: Minority – male youth who have at-risk or high-risk educational deficiencies will have a forum to improve these deficiencies through the Prince Hall Shriners As Mentors (SAM) program and Education: Low-income, Minority students who achieve academic success in high school will have an opportunity to receive financial assistance to attend college or specialized trade schools through the Prince Hall Shriners’ Student Aid (SA) programm.

On the local level, Harram Temple No. 23 Inc., (Prince Hall Shriners) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization. Some of the charitable endeavors and programs for Harram Temple No. 23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners include support to the Educational/Charity Program, which covers (School Supplies/Book Bags), Temple Youth Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Shriners as Mentors Program (SAM), National Diabetes Initiative (NDI), the NAACP Voter Registration/Education program and our volunteer program at the Metropolitan Ministries. We award (five) $500.00 Watts Sanderson, Jr. Memorial Educational Scholarships annually to five selected and deserving college/university bound students, to include vocational/trade schools to help offset and defray any unexpected out of pocket expenses. We prepare and deliver over 50+ food baskets during our Annual Charitable Christmas Food Basket Program for selected less fortunate families in the community; and we operate an annual Clothes Closet Distribution Program for those in need of clothing/shoes and much more!

“All In And United: From Great, To Greater, To Greatest”!