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Ways to Support

The Masonic Care Community, Round Lake Camp, The George Washington Historic Site, and the Masonic Hall in New York City represent a proud history of service and tradition. It all began when Brother Greenfield Pote offered the first dollar and began the process to build and maintain a home for Masons, their wives, widows and orphans.

Today, Masons and non-masons alike have taken great pride and ownership in these properties. More than 500 seniors call the Masonic Care Community Campus Home. Hundreds of children enjoy their summer vacation at Round Lake Camp during the Camp Turk program in July and August. Thousands of individuals, from all over the country, travel to Tappan New York to see the Headquarters of George Washington that was saved from destruction in 1931 by the New York State Masons. And on 23rd Street in New York City, the Grand Lodge stands proudly with its beautiful rooms and classic architecture.

These facilities are available to all and have endured thanks to thousands who also saw their value. Your support is vital to continuing the mission. Everyone knows the three “T’s” time, treasure and talent. You can give one or all, and you become a part of an effort that began so long ago.

The Lights Of Honor 

The 2014 Annual Appeal

The Mighty Run

Ways to Support

The Masonic Care Community, Round Lake Camp, The George Washington Historic Site, and the Masonic Hall in New York City represent a proud history of service and tradition. It all began when Brother Greenfield Pote offered the first dollar and began the process to build and maintain a home for Masons, their wives, widows and orphans.

Today, Masons and non-masons alike have taken great pride and ownership in these properties. More than 500 seniors call the Masonic Care Community Campus Home. Hundreds of children enjoy their summer vacation at Round Lake Camp during the Camp Turk program in July and August. Thousands of individuals, from all over the country, travel to Tappan New York to see the Headquarters of George Washington that was saved from destruction in 1931 by the New York State Masons. And on 23rd Street in New York City, the Grand Lodge stands proudly with its beautiful rooms and classic architecture.

These facilities are available to all and have endured thanks to thousands who also saw their value. Your support is vital to continuing the mission. Everyone knows the three “T’s” time, treasure and talent. You can give one or all, and you become a part of an effort that began so long ago.

The Lights Of Honor 

The 2014 Annual Appeal

The Mighty Run