This activity is for all ages! This is a virtual activity and requires you to provide your own supplies. Houston families will join a zoom call with a Generation SERVE Activity Lead to learn how to make these homemade cardboard cowboy hats for our nonprofit partner.
Families who sign up for this activity will receive a separate email with a Zoom link to the online introduction and discussion with a Generation SERVE Activity Lead. You can complete the project on your own time after the Zoom meet up.
You will work with your family to make cardboard cowboy hats for The Black Cowboy Museum. Each hat will be given to children who visit the museum or given by Cowboy Larry when he visits children's homes, hospitals, foster homes, or other places where children are in need. You can help a young person feel special, despite their family's current situation, living conditions, or financial status.
You will need to provide the supplies for this activity. Rember, you can complete this activity on your own after the virtual session.
Bring your completed hat to our storage unit when you are done or drop it by the Black Cowboy Museum!
Generation SERVE: 4211 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX 77025
Black Cowboy Museum: 1104 3rd St, Rosenberg, TX 77471
Please drop off your hats at our storage unit located at CubeSmart. You can leave items at the front desk in bags labeled for Generation SERVE. Please make sure they are aware the items are for Unit #1201. The front office is open Monday-Friday from 9:30 am-6 pm, Saturdays from 8:30 am-5 pm, and closed on Sundays.
Black Cowboy Museum
Please drop off your hats at The Black Cowboy Museum. You can leave items at the front desk in bags labeled as Generation SERVE Cowboy Hats. The museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10:00 am to 5 pm and closed on Sundays and Mondays.
- This activity is great for all ages.
- Our program is designed to be a family experience. We want parents and caregivers to work alongside their child(ren) for all our Family Volunteering activities.
More About Our Partner
Founded by Larry Callies, The Black Cowboy Museum is preserving the legacy of America's Black Cowboy. Step into the boots of the likes of Bass Reeves, Nat Love, and Bill Pickett. Meet the important African American cowboys who shaped the history of the West as well as the ones who will shape its future.
Support Generation SERVE
A $15 donation would help us continue developing new activities and ways for families to spread kindness throughout the community. You also can become a family sponsor to support us in providing fun volunteer opportunities for other families! Thank you for your support and generosity! We appreciate it!