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“Diversity” Watchwords for Wisconsin Freemasonry And your Wisconsin Masonic Charities S
What are your Wisconsin Masonic Charities? S Wisconsin Masonic Foundation S Wisconsin Masonic Home, Inc. S Wisconsin Masonic Service and Assistance Fund
Wisconsin Masonic Foundation Provides for the Future S Wisconsin Masonic Home Endowment Fund- provides significant dollars to the Operating Fund of the Masonic Home Quarterly. S Endowment Funds like this one, build for the future and require constant support.
Wisconsin Masonic Foundation Supports the Education of our Youth S The Matching Grants Scholarship Program for Wisconsin Lodges is administered here. S In 2012, 77% of Wisconsin Lodges participated, awarding approximately $256, 000 to graduating high school seniors S Over the course of the Program’s 35 year history, more than 8500 students have been helped
Wisconsin Masonic Foundation Making Wisconsin Communities Safer S Provides matching grants for the purchase of health, safety & rehabilitation equipment for placement in Wisconsin communities. S This program has successfully placed Automatic External Defibrillators since 1999, and continued to promote the prevention of cardiac issues, through the CPR Anytime Program, which provides CPR training to middle school students.
Wisconsin Masonic Foundation Showcasing Wisconsin’s Premiere Athletes S The Wisconsin Masonic Soccer Foundation, is a Fund within the Foundation, whose sole purpose is putting on the annual Masonic All-Star Soccer Game S This event promotes Masonic Philanthropy, brings together the best graduating senior soccer players in Wisconsin, and provides a Youth Soccer Camp, for disadvantage middle school students
Wisconsin Masonic Foundation A Place to Leave a Legacy S The Foundation is home to XX Endowed Funds. These Funds allow individuals and Lodges the opportunity to create a vehicle which distributes annually, and is donor advised. It is a chance to do good works, while benefitting from the Foundation’s long-standing investment history.
Wisconsin Masonic Service and Assistance Fund Working Behind the Scenes S Wisconsin Masonry’s oldest charity. S Providing quiet assistance to Brethren in need. S Supporting the State Veteran’s Homes, by funding a meaningful visitation program. S Providing disaster relief---most recently to Brethren in New Jersey, suffering the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Wisconsin Masonic Home what we do Serving both Masons and non-masons alike, we provide seniors a full continuum at our Dousman Campus, as well as, independent living at Mason. Woods, which is nestled on picturesque Shawano Lake, in the heart of the Northwoods in Cecil, WI. “Lifestyle. Value. Trust”
Wisconsin Masonic Home how we do it We have over 280 employees serving 360 residents in a variety of living areas: S Independent apartments & duplexes in Dousman and Cecil, WI S Catered Living S Memory Care S Skilled Nursing S Short-term, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation S Wellness connection
Wisconsin Masonic Home our difference S First Donor, Willard Van Brunt
WE NEED YOU! ways to give The success of our Charities S Real Estate depends upon the generosity S Life Insurance of our donors. There are numerous ways to contribute S Annuities to our mission: S Cash S Interest in a Business S Mutual Funds/Stock S Appreciated Property S Jewelry S Art *All gifts must be in accordance with our Gift Acceptance Policy
benefits to giving Aside from the satisfaction of supporting our mission, there are other financial benefits to giving, including: S Reducing income taxes S Avoiding capital gains taxes S Reducing estate taxes
additional tools S Bequests from wills or trusts S Employer matching contributions S IRA’s and pension plans S Life insurance S Wisconsin Masonic Foundation donor advised fund
planned giving assistance For more information on how you can support our Wisconsin Masonic Charities please contact: Grand Masonic Center 36275 Sunset Drive Erika Miller Dousman, WI 53118 Development Officer 262 -965 -2200 Wisconsin Masonic Charities [email protected] org