7th Annual Marine Lodge Masonic Angel Fund Golf Tournament

September 17th at Falmouth Country Club
Golf with the Masons of Marine Lodge next Monday and help local kids (Pixabay photo)

Falmouth's Marine Masonic Lodge is holding its 7th Annual Masonic Angel Fund  Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, September 17 at the Falmouth Country Club

The tournament is open to the public, and will feature both a silent and live auction, hole in one prizes, lunch buffet, and much more -- all to benefit the Marine Lodge Masonic Angel Fund, a 501 (c) (10) affiliate charity. 

Marine Lodge has operated its Masonic Angel Fund chapter since 2000.  The fundamental principle of the Masonic Angel Fund (MAF) program is that 100% of the money raised by the MAF stays in the community and, in the case of Marine Lodge Masonic Angel Fund, goes to meet the needs of children in the Falmouth, Mashpee and Joint Base Cape Cod (JBCC) communities.

Such assistance might be to provide a pair of glasses, a warm coat, and a pair of shoes or boots, field trip fees, or minor health services. MAF benevolences can also cover almost any need that will enhance a child’s learning experience including providing scholarships for music and fine arts instruction.

Applications for assistance are fulfilled via confidential requests from local school principals, councilors, school nurses, and the JBCC Chaplain’s Office.

The annual Marine Lodge Masonic Angel Fund Charity Golf Tournament is one of the primary fundraising events that generates income for the local Masonic Angel Fund chapter.


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