Widow’s Sons of Maine “Ride for the Brotherhood”

The third annual Widow’s Sons of Maine “Ride for the Brotherhood” was a smashing success.  Masons (and some non-Masons!) gathered at Dysart’s in Bangor on August 5th for a fundraising ride that brought in nearly $3,600.  All of this is designated to support and help the Masonic Brotherhood via the Charitable Foundation. Grand Master Mark

Masons Volunteer at Maine Public

Masons are always willing to step up and help, and Super Thursday at Maine Public Radio was no different! Chris Camire, Justin Wesley, TJ Williams, Evan Mills, Tim Bushey, and Grand Master Mark Rustin were there at 5:45 AM, taking pledges during the broadcast of “Morning Edition” on August 2nd. The Foundation appreciates and supports

Maine Mason Magazine

The link located below will lead you to the latest Maine Mason Magazine, produced by the Grand Lodge of Maine.  Inside, you’ll find references to the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation as many of the projects and events in which lodges participate are done with the assistance of the Foundation. Spring 2018 Edition You will find

New Executive Director Hired

The Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation is proud to announce the hire of a new Executive Director, Amanda Larson.  You will be hearing more about how she will benefit the Foundation and Maine Freemasonry in the weeks to come. Amanda Larson is the Executive Director of The Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation. She holds a BA in