masons care

Designated Charitable Entity of
The Grand Lodge of Washington

Outreach Services

Outreach Services aim to build hope, agency, and dignity for the people we serve, nurturing their leadership and independence. Our program objectives are for clients to have quality support to meet their family’s needs in aging; and assistance to meet basic needs for dignified living. Examples could be partnering with a family to do safety planning and implementing necessary home modifications, finding care resources, or streamlining finances.

Youth Investment

Youth Investment builds bridges to help connect young people to pathways for their future. The WAMS Scholarship Program’s purpose is that qualified young people can further their education. This growing effort includes 20+ scholarships giving 17 awards, including tracks targeting Masonic Youth Groups, and youth from families who have immigrated to the US.

Library & Museum

The archives and exhibits of the Washington Masonic Library & Museum tell the story of Freemasonry’s role in the creation and growth of Washington State. The collection houses approximately 50,000 books and documents, 3,000 Masonic-related objects, and more than 250,000 physical and digital photographic and other images. The collection is available to researchers and the community for analysis, education, and personal growth.

Support Our Mission

Our mission is to assist Masons and others in need, focusing on aging in place and securing resources for basic essentials; investing in youth and education, boosting their ability to achieve their greatest potential; and preserving and curating Masonic heritage, illuminating Masonry’s impact in Washington’s past, present and future.

Washington Masonic Services is a religiously inclusive, apolitical, 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Every year across Washington State, Washington Masonic Services helps more than 400 older adults remain independent in their homes addressing core needs of food, shelter, and safety. WAMS scholarship program provides more than $65,000 in scholarships to aid students' pushing toward their education goals. Our Library & Museum is open thanks to dedicated volunteers who contribute around 1,000 hours a year.

As a 501(c)3, Washington Masonic Services is the charitable entity of the Grand Lodge of Washington, representing nearly 170 Masonic Lodges in every community across the state.

Office Hours:
8:30AM to 4:30PM
8:30AM to 3:30PM

Masonic Library & Museum:
Monday, Tuesday, Friday
9:00AM to Noon
Noon to 4:00PM

Call (253) 442-2505 to schedule a visit during regular business hours. Washington Masonic Services is a religiously inclusive, apolitical, 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.

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