Donate to the Masonic Villages Children's Home

Give Now

You can make a difference in the lives of children in need. With support from generous individuals, our children’s home provides kids with the necessary security and support needed for healthy growth, development and successful futures. Your gift, of any amount, will give a child a second chance at life.

Make a Planned Gift

Leave your legacy while ensuring the Masonic Children’s Home can continue to change the lives of children in the future. There are various planned giving options for you to choose from:

  • Charitable gift annuities

  • An IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution

  • A distribution from a donor-advised fund

  • Giving through your Will, trust, or by naming the Masonic Children’s Home as the beneficiary of your IRA, retirement plan, annuity or life insurance (easily print out our bequest language, and share it with your advisor to include the children’s home in your estate plan)

Contact Us:
Office of Gift Planning
1-800-599-6454
giving@masonicvillages.org

If you are considering a planned gift, visit our Masonic Charities planned giving website with valuable tools to learn how to get started in realizing your personal and charitable goals. Explore a free Estate Planning Guide and Wills Planner, where you can securely establish your own estate plan to share with your attorney or one of our recommended attorneys. This site is a must-see if you’re preparing or updating your estate plan or making more than a cash gift to our Masonic Children’s Home.

Donor Recognition

If you have included or intend to include the Masonic Children’s Home in your estate plan, consider joining our Centennial Society. Members enjoy the benefits of invitations to the annual Youth Appreciation Day, recognition in the Donor Garden and a beautiful Masonic Children’s Home pin.

The official registration and financial information on the Masonic Children’s Home of the Masonic Villages of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.