The short answer is "no". As a fraternity, we do not support or fund any charitable organization or group, as we only exist to improve the individual man. With that being said, appendant Masonic organizations exist world wide that fund and support numerous charities, like The Shriners Hospitals for Children and the Scottish Rite Learning Centers that assist in dyslexia treatment for children.
We only seek to improve ourselves as individuals. We do this by using the working knowledge and tools of architecture and geometry and then applying them to the art of building a man's character and moral edifice. We know that good men do great things, and if a man is good and true, he will be an asset to his family and society.
Do Freemasons support any charities or organizations?
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