Supporting Freemasons, their families and their communities

The Masonic Outreach Program encompasses many services to support our members, their wives, widows, children and families.

The Masonic Outreach Program provides free information, direction and education on an array of programs available both in the community and across the Masonic Villages of Pennsylvania campuses. Staff can support and assist individuals and families with navigating healthcare needs, benefits and other programs available through Outreach.

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Know someone in need of support? Contact the Masonic Outreach Program today.

Finance and Legal Services

Pennsylvania Masons and eligible family members who are in need of developing or improving budget skills or developing a plan to seek improved financial stability can work with members of the finance panel. All panel members, who have volunteered to share their time and talents, have a professional background in the financial field.

Distressed members, their spouses and widows, who are unable to retain legal counsel, can contact the Outreach Program for a list of attorneys who volunteer their time and may be available to give direction. Attorneys on the panel may also be able to assist individuals needing legal advice who have the ability to retain counsel.

Financial assistance may be available to Pennsylvania Freemasons, their wives or widows. Whatever the need, staff will work closely with applicants to determine exactly which service is most appropriate. If approved, applicants can receive short-term financial support to help them through difficult situations such as unemployment, flood, fire or other crisis affecting members and their loved ones. Contact Outreach for more information related to applying.

Dementia Caregiver Support & Education Group

During monthly meetings, this support group, which is affiliated with the Alzheimer’s Association, provides caregivers an opportunity to share experiences and learn about various resources. The group meets monthly at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. Contact Outreach to learn more about meeting times and other program information.

Loan Closet

Based in Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, the free loan closet offers durable medical equipment (such as walkers, wheelchairs, canes, shower chairs, etc.) on a temporary basis to individuals in need. The program does not loan motorized devices or hospital beds. Contact Outreach for more information today.


Masonic Charities

Our Masonic Charities embody the commitment Pennsylvania Freemasons have to improving the lives of those less fortunate and the communities around us. As you’ll see by visiting these links, there is a lot of good happening through our charities. We hope you’re excited to get involved and be a part of this goodwill!


Become a Freemason

Freemasonry is a fraternity of men who share one common goal: To help each other become better men. Better husbands, fathers, friends, leaders, learners and volunteers.