For seniors at the Masonic Homes of California, moving in is an opportunity to focus on what matters most.
When fire threatened their community, members of Kern River Valley No. 827 turned to their greatest asset to provide Masonic relief.
The Siminoff Temple at the Masonic Homes of California has a history going back over a century.
The Masonic Center for Youth and Families provides therapy, counseling, and emotional support for all ages, from teens to seniors.
A psychologist from the Masonic Center for Youth and Families is an expert on near-death experiences—and what they tell us about grief.
Thanks to lodge volunteers, Masonic Outreach Services can be everywhere to provide support to those in need.
How Beach Cities No. 753 made lodge outreach central to its entire mission.
With the brand-new Pavilion, the Masonic Homes opens specialized care to all.
At the Masonic Homes of California, a veterans memorial builds a bridge to the not-so-distant past.
During the pandemic, MYCAF provided seniors at the Masonic Homes with vital connections.
A Southern California Mason honors his mother-in-law through the Masonic Homes.
Sidle up to the bar at the Turkey Roost, where everybody knows your name.
Robotic pets. Smart toilets. VR goggles. The Masonic Homes have become a nerve center of hi-tech gadgetry.
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.
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.
The Paso Robles fire prevention specialist and CalFire firefighter on battling wildfires and a global pandemic—at the same time.
The nonprofit American Advocacy Group executive on why charity is part of his Masonic DNA.
The Masonic Outreach Service turns its sights on an underserved part of the state: the Central Valley.
The skilled nursing and memory care building in Covina will allow those with specialized needs to stay close to their loved ones.
At the Masonic Home in Union City, residents find peace and wellness in spinning blades of steel.
A little slice of nature is transforming care at the Masonic Homes’ campuses.
Befitting an occasion as significant as its centennial anniversary, DeMolay International’s Northern California Jurisdiction marked the day by dedicating a commemorative bench and time capsule at the Masonic Homes —and then dumping buckets of water on one another.
Whether you need independent living or skilled nursing and memory care, the Masonic Homes provides a safe place to call home for our Masonic family.
If you, a loved one, or a lodge brother or widow needs support, Masonic Senior Outreach Services (MSOS) may be able to help.
Celebrating 50 years of the California Masonic Foundation – and our most generous year in the fraternity’s 168-year history!
At the Union City Masonic Home, an interactive daytime program is changing the game for memory care.
The skilled nursing program at the Masonic Home at Union City keeps senior together at their hour of greatest need. Covina residents will soon have the same services.
While their generous donations will make a lasting impact for California Masonic charities, Pace Setter lodges find that the impacts of their gifts are also close to home.
Pace Setter individual donors are motivated by a variety of factors. At the heart of them is charity and brotherhood.