Shriners Hospitals

Our Mission:

Shriners Hospitals for Children has a mission to:

Provide the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment.

Provide for the education of physicians and other healthcare professionals.

Conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families.

This mission is carried out without regard to race, color, creed, sex or sect, disability, national origin or ability of a patient or family to pay.


Our Vision :

Become the best at transforming children’s lives by providing exceptional healthcare through innovative research, in a patient and family centered environment.

Click HERE for more info on Shriners Hospitals and click HERE to learn more about becoming a Shriner.



C.H.I.P – Child ID Program

The Masonic CHIP program consists of four parts: photo, video interview, fingerprinting and Toothprint -making CHIP the most comprehensive program available. ALL of the identifying materials generated by the program are given to the child’s family. We retain none of of the information. The program is offered to the public at NO CHARGE. To read more about the CHIP program, to schedule an event or to locate an event, please Click Here. Contact our district representative to set up a C.H.I.P’s program or for further information please Email here.


Children Dyslexia Center

The Scotch Plains Dyslexia Center has been serving families with clinically diagnosed cases of Dyslexia for more than 16 Years! Based on the concept of the Orton-Gillingham approach to remedial tutoring, hundreds of children have become confident and self assured individuals armed with the necessary tools to fight childhood Dyslexia.

For further information please visit our website.



NJ Veterans Memorial Home At Menlo Park

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For further information please contact our district representative.
                   132 Evergreen Road
 Menlo Park, New Jersey 08818



NJ Blood Program

The New Jersey Masonic Blood Program


The New Jersey Masonic Blood Program is designed to assure availability of blood products for Masons and Non-Masons equally. To do this we encourage development of Blood Programs within Lodges that do not currently have them, and work to strengthen Lodges and Districts that currently do have programs in existence. In either case we must work with the local Blood Centers to fulfill this mission. Read more.






Open to the public and located on 450 acres in Burlington County, The Masonic Home of New Jersey is a warm, welcoming community filled with compassionate staff members and volunteers who are dedicated to providing personalized attention and superior care to each and every resident across a broad spectrum of needs, from independent living to skilled nursing. Please visit the Masonic Home’s website for further information. Click Here.


Arc of Union, N.J.

The mission of The Arc of Union County is to empower and support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. This organization will utilize all its resources to ensure our members, their families and… Read more.

To see a state wide schedule click here.

Teacher of the Year Award

More information and applications coming soon!


Wheelchair Track & Field Meet

More information coming soon!

Scholarship Program

More information coming soon!

Please email us for scholarship information.

Masonic Services Association Hospital Visitation Program:


The name is somewhat misleading. The Masonic Hospital Visitation Program is, without a doubt, the finest public relations program ever undertaken by the Masonic fraternity. The Masonic Service Association of North America deems this program their major relief work.

It is much more than merely “visitations” to the disabled and lonely patients in V.A. Hospitals, State Veterans Homes and Extended Care Facilities. It is the rendering of personal services to all our sons and brothers, Masons and Non-Masons alike, who now need someone to turn to for encouragement and to make life a little more pleasant.

Little things mean a lot. A friendly smile, a warm handclasp, an embrace and a kind word can do wonders for those who are lonely and depressed in a hospital or a nursing home.

The Hospital Visitation Program is a vital part of the Fraternity that deserves your attention and needs your immediate help.

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