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At Santa Barbara No. 192, Masonic Relief Comes From the Heart

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Don Goldberg and Santa Barbara No. 192 have an uncommon commitment to Masonic outreach.

The Masonic Homes at 125: An Ever-Changing Haven

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The Masonic Homes of California evolved from a 19th century widows and orphans home into an innovative apparatus of care and relief.

New Masonic Homes CEO Terry Quigley: “We’re Standing On A Lot of History Here”

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For new CEO Terry Quigley, there’s a solid foundation—and amazing potential—at the Masonic Homes of California.

In Senior Living, We’re Better Together

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For seniors in retirement, as in the Masonic lodge, strong social connections are the secret to successful aging.

In Hawaii, an Outpouring of Masonic Relief—and Aloha

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In the wake of the destructive Lahaina wildfire, Freemasons from around the world rallied to deliever Masonic relief to Hawaii.

More than Retirement Homes: The Wide World of Masonic Relief

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The Masonic Homes of California are more than just retirement communities. Take a tour around the wide world of Masonic assistance.

Masonic Outreach Services: The “Magic Wand” of Masonic Relief

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Through Masonic Outreach Services, California Masons are able to deliver care and support to members throughout the state—and beyond.

Dig Deep Farms Is Unearthing a History of Agriculture at the Masonic Homes

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Thanks to a novel partnership with Dig Deep Farms, the agricultural heritage of the Masonic Homes is being brought back to life.

The Masonic Homes of California: 125 Years and Still Growing

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This June, the Masonic Homes of California celebrates its sesquicentennial—and reflects on its next chapter of life.

When Masonic Relief Meets the Snow Patrol

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When a once-in-a-lifetime storm dumped 100 inches of snow on the San Bernardino Mountains, local Masonic lodges stepped up to deliver crucial relief.

At the Masonic Homes of California, a Chance for New Beginnings

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For seniors at the Masonic Homes of California, moving in is an opportunity to focus on what matters most.

At the Masonic Center for Youth and Families, A Chance to Begin Again

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For families in crisis, MCYAF offers a chance to regroup, reset, and restart.

In the Face of Fire, a Heroic Act of Masonic Relief

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When fire threatened their community, members of Kern River Valley No. 827 turned to their greatest asset to provide Masonic relief.

History Lives On at the Masonic Homes’ Siminoff Temple

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The Siminoff Temple at the Masonic Homes of California has a history going back over a century.

MCYAF, Here for You at Every Stage of Life

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The Masonic Center for Youth and Families provides therapy, counseling, and emotional support for all ages, from teens to seniors.

He Studied Near-Death Experiences. They Taught Him About the ‘Great Beyond.’

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A psychologist from the Masonic Center for Youth and Families is an expert on near-death experiences—and what they tell us about grief.

Through Masonic Outreach Services, a Lifeline to Those in Need

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Thanks to lodge volunteers, Masonic Outreach Services can be everywhere to provide support to those in need.

For Seniors in Need, a Home at Last

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With the brand-new Pavilion, the Masonic Homes opens specialized care to all.

The Best Medicine

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During the pandemic, MYCAF provided seniors at the Masonic Homes with vital connections.

Retirement Living 2.0

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Robotic pets. Smart toilets. VR goggles. The Masonic Homes have become a nerve center of hi-tech gadgetry.

Donor Profile: Jared Yoshiki

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A Sacramento insider on why when it comes to Masonic philanthropy, all politics is local.

At the Masonic Homes, Staying Ahead of the Curve

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With the coronavirus wreaking havoc across the state, the Masonic Homes of California sprung into action to ensure the health of its residents and staff members.

Donor Profile: Romeo Escober

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Why a first-time donor summoned his father’s memory in giving to the DWB Relief Fund.

Spreading Relief

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When the COVID-19 crisis erupted, the Masons of California found new ways to pull together and live up to their obligation to provide relief.

Quarantine, Disease, and Masonic Relief—170 Years Ago

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During the Sacramento Cholera Outbreak of 1850, Masons took the reins of a public health emergency.

The Fix-It Crew

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The Masonic Emergency Response Team training program equips volunteers with protocols for managing a disaster.

The Big Picture

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Ten years later, the Masonic Center for Youth and Family has become a go-to resource for public-school students in need of expert assistance.

Almost Home

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The skilled nursing and memory care building in Covina will allow those with specialized needs to stay close to their loved ones.

Easy, Breezie

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A new pilot program is putting high tech in the hands of Masonic seniors.

Smashing Expectations

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At Acacia Creek, rigorous research drives an active culture.

A Vested Interest

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One lodge is rethinking what it means to protect and serve.

Golden Guys

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Welcome to Shared Housing, an innovative new program in Covina.

Caregiving and Connection

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Becoming a caregiver for a loved one can be both rewarding and challenging. Learning to navigate this dynamic with patience and grace is essential.

Masonic Assistance: The Splinter Cell

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At the Masonic Home in Union City, residents find peace and wellness in spinning blades of steel.

The Other Butterfly Effect

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A little slice of nature is transforming care at the Masonic Homes’ campuses.

Giving It as Good as You Get

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Bill Prentiss learned an important lesson in business: The greatest gift is in paying it forward.

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