Washington Masonic Charities invests in youth and education, provides comfort and support for seniors and those in need, and to preserve and share the Masonic heritage of Washington State. Washington Masonic Charities is the 501 c 3 incorporating and overseeing all of the charitable activities of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Washington Free and Accepted Masons.
The 2018-2019 Scholarship season is getting underway. Applications open on November 1st, 2018. We had 326 applications last year and need your help to review them. To sign your Lodge up, please visit the link:
Kids from across the state have been learning and developing the skills necessary for civility in Society.
In October, program coordinator, Kurt Miller, along with volunteers Larry Foley, Carol Miller, and a visit from Deputy Grand Master Charles Wood provided training for DeMolay youth and adult leaders from around the state at the Washington DeMolay Academy (WADA). Feedback was positive. READ MORE
No laser printed paper name tags for these fine fellows!
These Annual Communication name badges were obtained in Tacoma at a local antique store, and span the years 1929-1931. They belonged to Franklin L. Poole, who would later become Most Worshipful Brother Franklin Lindsey Poole of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Washington in 1937.
The WA Masonic Charities Board of Trustees is looking for a Master Mason in good standing to apply for an open Board Trustee position. We are looking for a Master Mason in good standing, who is committed to the mission of WAMC, and who will support our efforts to deliver and grow our programs and services.
"Getting old isn't for Wimps!" - Anonymous
Growing old has its challenges, but the good news is that Masonic Outreach Services is here to help. We help the individual live healthier and happier, and we help their family have peace of mind, knowing that they are being looked after.
How we help older adults:
"Nothing is certain in life, but death and taxes," This is a phrase most often attributed to Brother Benjamin Franklin.
Do you have a will? Have you made plans for your estate? Click here to leave contact information - we''ll follow up with you./a>
The good news is that if you haven't made a will, the government has a plan for you, governed by state intestacy statute. The bad news is that it follows a formula that neither you, nor your family control.