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Is Freemasonry a charity?

No. Masonic principles teach the value of relief – or charity – and Freemasons give more than $2 million A DAY, of which more than 70% of these donations support the general public. Among their works are the Shriners Hospitals for Children with 22 sites throughout North America, and almost 225 Learning Centers helping children with dyslexia and speech and hearing disorders; the Masonic Youth Child Identification Program (MYCHIP), and the Masonic Angel Foundation, providing modest assistance to children and adults in local communities who do not fit the criteria for usual social-services. There are numerous other worthy causes and groups that local Lodges contribute to and help in their communities. For more information about East San Diego Lodge specific charities and philanthropies contact the Lodge,

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