An awards reception in June celebrated the recipients of the 2018 Minnesota Masonic Charities Scholarships.
Minnesota Masonic Charities recently partnered with the Scottish Rite Foundation of Duluth to add the newly named Minnesota Masonic Children's Clinic for Communication Disorders to our list of heritage charities.
Groundbreaking advances have been the hallmark of the Masonic Children's Hospital.
Eradicating cancer is a top priority for Minnesota Masonic Charities and the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.
The Masonic Cancer Clinic at the University of Minnesota's Health Clinics and Surgery Center was funded in part by Minnesota Masonic Charities.
Events at the Ives Auditorium bring community together in an inspirational venue.
Minnesota Masonic Home in Bloomington has pioneered healthcare for aging adults since 1920.
The Masonic Children's Hospital, part of M Health, received a pledge of $25 million from Minnesota Masonic Charities in 2014.
Two Harbors High School Trap Team received funding from the Fortitude Masonic Lodge and Minnesota Masonic Charities, part of MMC's Matching Grants Program.
The MMC Scholarships Program awards $1 million annually to worthy Minnesota students.
The state-of-the-art museum at the Heritage Center introduces the concepts and contributions of Freemasonry to the public.
Minnesota Masonic Charities Scholarships are merit-based awards, representing Minnesota’s students of character.
The University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital draws patients from across the country.