Mission: Minnesota masonic charities and affiliates' purposes are to help, aid and assist the masonic family and others, guided by the masonic principles of brotherly love, relief and truth, by (a) providing facilities for nursing care and elderly housing; facilities and programs for community, health, social services and education of older persons and their families; and professionals who serve older persons; (b) promoting research and other activities related to the treatment and cure of cancer; (c) assisting students in obtaining higher education; (d) the collection, preservation and dissemination of historical knowledge about masonry in minnesota; and (e) to engage in, promote, and administer charitable causes and projects that aid, assist, and contribute to the support of corporations, trust, associations, and foundations that are exempt from federal income taxes.
Programs: Minnesota masonic home care center owns and operates a 214 bed nursing home facility and a 45 unit assisted living complex providing professional care to its nursing facility residents. The nursing home and assisted living had 93. 1% and 94. 5% occupancy respectively in 2014.