Minnesota Masonic Charities provides important services and contributes to many charitable causes in the name of Minnesota Masonry.

Minnesota Masonic Home’s mission is to provide compassionate, quality care and services to aging adults.

The lush, 83-acre campus in Bloomington, Minnesota is centrally located, easy to access, and offers everything you need for your special event.

Providing compassionate and effective identification, treatment and support for childhood communication disorders.


Our Services

Minnesota Masonic Charities selectively partners with other, mission-based organizations to significantly advance the most pressing community causes. In addition, we operate several nonprofit organizations that reflect the enduring values and charitable interests of Minnesota Masonry.

“The life of a man consists not in seeing visions and in dreaming dreams, but in active charity and in willing service. ”

– Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Minnesota Masonic Home

This year, Minnesota Masonic Home (MMH) in Bloomington, Minn. celebrates 100 years of compassionate, exceptional care to aging adults. Located on 80 pristine acres of woods and pathways along the Minnesota River, MMH offers a continuum of care community that includes town homes, assisted living apartments, long-term or memory care and transitional care for those recovering from injuries.


Minnesota Masonic Children’s Clinic

The ability to communicate and process language is critical for the healthy development of children. Ages birth to nine years is a particularly important time for a child to acquire language so that they may then learn to process information, problem solve and express themselves. For 30 years, Minnesota Masonic Children’s Clinic for Communication Disorders (formerly known as the Scottish Rite Clinic) works with children and their families to assess, diagnose and treat language disorders in a personalized approach that considers and embraces what makes each child unique.


Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center

Serving as a tribute to the concepts and contributions of Freemasonry, Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center (MMHC) is open to the public and provides the community with an elegant destination for events and performances, as well as an impressive Masonic museum and library for scholarly pursuits. Located on the Masonic Home campus, the expansive center features a 443-seat, jewel box theatre and auditorium, Masonic library and museum, ornate Masonic Lodge Room, and meeting spaces available for rental.


All of Minnesota Masonic Charities’ service providers are nonprofit organizations that benefit from the generous contributions of donors like you.

Please consider supporting our important work.