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.
The historic Duluth Masonic Temple built by the Masons of Duluth in 1904 has served for more than a century as a home for Masonic Lodges, the Scottish Rite, York Rite, Order of the Eastern Star and other Masonic organizations. In addition to being a fraternal meeting place the building has been a community asset as it was the location of the Scottish Rite’s Well Baby Clinic from 1918 to 1965 and as a place of refuge during the disastrous fires of 1918. Culturally, the Temple has been a place for concerts, lectures, opera and theatrical presentations. To this day the Temple continues to be a venue for many events both of a public and private nature. The Temple is a frequently sought after venue for weddings and other family gatherings. The Temple incorporates a library and museum and is open to the public for tours by appointment.