Meetings are held at 7PM on the
first Thursday of each month
Fiesta Room, Luby's Cafeteria
911 N. Main at I 35, San Antonio, TX.
Come early to eat and
visit before the meeting
Our mission is to honor our Confederate ancestors who fought to defend their homes and families during the great conflict that has become known as "The American Civil War, 1861-1865"; to remember their struggles and sacrifices; and to ensure that their memory and the cause for which they fought are never forgotten.
Membership is open to male descendants of Confederate veterans age 12 years and older; we have a Cadet Program for those young men below age 12. Friends of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and/or the Alamo City Guards Camp may be male or female of any age, with or without Confederate ancestors.
For those of you who do online shopping, I ask that you consider using iGive. We have established an iGive "cause" for Alamo City Guards Camp 1325. The camp will receive a percentage of the purchase price for any purchase you make online through participating merchants.
Help our cause every time you shop online, the iGive Button makes it simple. It's all free and easy! Just go to iGive.com, select "Alamo City Guards Camp 1325" as the "cause" you are supporting. Then complete the free registration process and become a member. Then use the many member merchants available. I have bought flowers, books, a shirt and airline tickets so far. There is no additional cost to the buyer.
The stores make this possible because they want you to like them and shop at them over and over again. There's 1491 socially-responsible stores helping to make donations happen.
We will use the funds raised to support our community service outreach projects, JROTC Leadership Awards and worthy projects and charities. You don't need to belong to our camp or the SCV to use this service so, please share this invitation with all your friends and family members.
I hope you'll give it a try.
Here's the link: http://www.igive.com/vBwH1z
Are we as committed to our Cause as they were to theirs?