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The 1893 Society

Become a Member & Make a Difference

The Masonic Care Community opened its doors in May of 1893 as the Masonic Home. It was built with pride and purpose, and initially opened as a home for Masons and their wives, widows, and orphans. Over the years, the Masonic Care Community has been a safe haven and welcome place for tens of thousands of people.

The 1893 Society honors individuals and organizations that make an annual leadership gift of $500 or more to MCC. Members of the 1893 Society are essential partners in fulfilling our mission to bring exceptional care, comfort, and compassion to those who need it most. We are sincerely grateful to all of our 1893 Society donors who made leadership gifts this year and their constant support of the Masonic Care Community’s mission of caring for those in need.

Click here to make your donation and join today!

Thank you 1893 Society Donors for 2024!

  • Anonymous
  • Arthur E. Bowen
  • Bank of Utica
  • Marjorie Chase
  • Clinton Tractor and Implement Company
  • Vincent Coyne
  • D & D Jewelry Designs
  • Dr. Elif Erim
  • Excellus BCBS
  • Amy & Gene Falvo
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • Paul Frye
  • Gallagher
  • The German Masonic Charitable Foundation
  • Christopher Hough
  • Walter Leong
  • Goshen Lodge No. 365
  • Hendrick Hudson Lodge No. 875
  • Inspiration Lodge No. 109
  • John & Julie Johnson
  • Tim & Vickie Kloster
  • Charles Knapp, Jr.
  • Michele Kohl
  • Lake City Lodge No. 127
  • Masonic Brotherhood Fund
  • G. Michael & Ruth Morris
  • William Raymond Motz Family Charitable Trust
  • Nassau Masonic Past District Deputy Association
  • Robert Raffle
  • Roman Hatheway Masonic Lodge
  • Michael Siegel
  • Spiro Triantafilis
  • Tami Welch

 

 

 

Learn how you can become a member of the 1893 Society.

We invite you to join the 1893 Society today. For more information on becoming a member, contact Mara Mulligan, Director of Strategic Marketing and Philanthropy at (315) 798-4703 or mulliganm@mccny.com