Mission: The masonic charity foundation of new jersey (the "foundation" or "home"), incorporated in 1930, is a nonprofit corporation. The foundation consists of three separate funds: the masonic home ("home operations"), masonic hospice services ("hospice") (see schedule o) and the corporate fund ("corporate") which manages the general operations of the foundation including receiving, maintaining and administering endowments and funds exclusively for charitable, benevolent and medical purposes.
Programs: The foundation provides residential, hospice, and long-term nursing care to residents.
educational grants and scholarships. The foundation awards high school graduates of new jersey educational grants that are for post high school education. The foundation also awards various grants and scholarships.
the outreach program is provided for masons and their families who need financial, legal or other assistance.
substance abuse and other miscellaneous programs to help both masons and non-masons in need of assistance.