NH Masonic Charity Fund, General Fund Donation
Contributions directed to the General Fund Donation category comprise the following entities: DeMolay scholarships, Rainbow Scholarships, Grand Lodge Scholarships, the Matching Funds Program, and MSA Disaster Relief Appeals.
DeMolay helps young men aged 12 to 21 to develop civic awareness, personal responsibility, and the leadership skills which are so vitally necessary in society today.
The International Order of Rainbow for Girls is for young women ages 11 to 20 and fosters leadership, patriotism, kindness, charity, loyalty to one´s family and home, church membership, and self esteem through a program of activities and charitable events.
The Grand Lodge scholarship applies to applicants who are relatives of Masons or maintain a Masonic affiliation.
The Matching Funds Program is used to assist Constituent Blue Lodges in becoming more visible and supportive in their communities.
New Hampshire Masonicare / Evergreen Place
Evergreen Place is a non-profit fifty-two bed supported residential care facility. Often referred to as an ‘assisted living’ community. Evergreen Place has been a continually operating resource to Manchester and the surrounding communities since 1904 and holds a special place in the hearts of many. The same proven sense of caring and community service remains the motivation behind Evergreen Place today.
They provide 24 hour nursing and aid staff, on site lab services, medication management, preventative health services, wellness programs, on site hairdressing, a nail technician and in house doctor visits.
National Masonic Foundation for Children
The National Masonic Foundation for Children was established in 1986 as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization to promote student assistance programs in schools, particularly the Masonic Model Student Assistance Program in order to prevent addiction and destructive behaviors.
The mission of the National Masonic Foundation for Children is to offer the Masonic Model Student Assistance Program (MMSAP) to schools in our communities to help the youth of this country towards productive, successful and healthy lives.
Learn more at http://www.masonicmodel.org/.
Masonic Medical Research Laboratory
The Masonic Medical Research Laboratory (MMRL) is an internationally recognized biomedical research institute founded by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons in the New York State in 1958. The Cardiac Research Institute (CRI) at MMRL is an international center for genetic screening of inherited cardiac arrhythmia diseases, especially those responsible for sudden cardiac death, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and is actively involved in the development of safe and effective drugs for atrial fibrillation, thus addressing one of the greatest unmet medical needs facing our society. The Stem Cell Center at the CRI-MMRL is focused on creation of human models of disease, thus enabling the development of innovative therapies and cures. A recently inaugurated Organ and Tissue Bioengineering Program is working to build new hearts for transplantation in individuals with end-stage heart failure and other forms of heart disease.
Learn more at http://www.mmrl.edu/.
George Washington Masonic National Memorial
Located in Alexandria, Virginia, this magnificent structure is privately funded through the grateful contributions of Freemasons and others, and remains open to the public, seven days a week.
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is more than a colossal memorial and museum. It is a tourist attraction and destination; research center and library; community center; performing arts center and concert hall; banquet and celebration site; and meeting site for local and countless visiting Masonic lodges and organizations. However, first and foremost, it is a memorial to honor and perpetuate the memory, character and virtues of the man who best exemplifies what Freemasons are and ought to be, Brother George Washington.
Learn more at http://www.gwmemorial.org/.