Our Mission: The Indiana Masonic Home Foundation successfully raises, prudently invests, and faithfully distributed charitable funds to support causes that promote the principal Masonic tenets of brotherly love, relief and truth.
The Indiana Masonic Home Foundation was established in 1936 as an endowment fund solely to provide financial assistance to the Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park. We have provided the Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park with more than $79 million in support as of 2015. With your continued support, we will be able to care for those who are financially unable to care for themselves and provide quality facilities for all residents.
The Corinthian Society is a special society honoring those individuals who demonstrate wisdom and strength. The society recognizes individuals who have included the Indiana Masonic Home Foundation in their financial estate planning by leaving a legacy of hope for the future care of their fellow brother and sisters. Membership serves as a lasting testimony to lives well spent and a tribute to one of the principal tenets of Freemasonry– charity.
We are pleased to offer the opportunity for you and your loved ones to be a part of Walk Down Memory Lane Brick Campaign. When you purchase a Memory Lane brick, your name(s) will be inscribed on a bricks and prominently placed in the brick path near the fountain at the Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park. Passers by will see and appreciate your donation for generations to come because all proceeds from your brick purchase will support the Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park and improving the quality of life for all of our residents.
Who We Are
Since 1936, the Indiana Masonic Home Foundation (IMHF) has helped preserve our Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park (Home) in Franklin, Indiana. The IMHF provides funds for the IMH’s fraternal mission and projects that benefit the entire campus. The IMHF’s work has benefitted our Continuing Care Retirement Community in several ways: operational expenses, brick and mortar projects, and support for those residents who quality for fraternal care. The IMHF is a not-for-profit (501) (c) (3) corporation.
What We Do
The IMHF engages in promotional and public relations activities to increase the assets and properties held by the IMHF; communicates to the Masonic membership the charitable need, purpose and benefits of the Indiana Masonic Home at Compass Park; and provide that necessary professional guidance to help Freemasonry be successful in its efforts. This is achieved through the joint efforts of the IMHF, its staff and directors, the Home and its staff, and all the brothers and sisters of the family of Freemasonry.
Who We Serve
Since the first resident moved onto our Franklin, Indiana campus in 1916, theIndiana Masonic Home at Compass Park has been a safe haven for approximately 8,000 adults. Today, the Home is a continuing care retirement community of 400 residents, affording lifestyles in cottages and duplexes, apartments, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care. The Home’s goal is to help residents maintain the highest possible level of some of life’s most precious gifts: independence, quality of life, and physical well-being.
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News & Announcements
A Challenge to Past Masters from a Fifty-Year Past Master by Eric Vermeulen, IMHF Development Officer In the Prologue of the Ceremony of Installation, we hear that charity and benevolence are the fruits of Masonic teachings. Cecil R. “Bus” Kelver, a longtime...
On a bright, sunshiny day with a temperature of 77 and a cooling breeze, 100 golfers enjoyed Masonic fellowship and a great day of golf in support of two wonderful charities – the Indiana Masonic Home Foundation (IMHF) and Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHC)...
On a bright, sunshiny day with a temperature of 81 and a cooling breeze, 100 golfers enjoyed Masonic fellowship and a great day of golf in support of two wonderful charities – the Indiana Masonic Home Foundation (IMHF) and Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHC)...
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