The three Great Principles by which we stand are Brotherly Love,
Relief, and Truth. Freemasons are taught to practice charity and
to care, not only for their own, but also for the community as a
whole, both by charitable giving, and by voluntary efforts and
works as individuals. From its earliest days, Freemasonry has
been concerned with the care of orphans, the sick and the aged.
This work continues today. In addition, large sums are given to
national and local charities. Masonic charity is exercised at
every level, individual Lodges make gifts and give aid to their
- The members substantially contribute to the Grand Master's
Rupee club, setting aside Rs. 1.00 every day of the year and
help build a large corpus which will be available for
immediate disbursement to the distressed in times of
- We assist in preserving our heritage by contributing
generously to the Masonic Foundation and help in maintaining
and preserving the Freemason's Hall and Temples of the region.
- Dhanya Dhan to feed a hungry mouth by giving a handful of
grain every day.
- Participate in Adopt, Care and Train (ACT) program of
Bangalore Freemason's society, by contributing towards the
education of a less fortunate child.
- Star of the South #101 - Tyler's fund - to help distressed
- Bodhi Vriksha - Spiritual library for brothers of the
- Organized voluntary blood donation camp.
- Upgradation of the Operation Theatre at the Masonic
Dhanvanthri Children Clinic. This clinic provides cost free
facilities for any child till the age of 14 years. This
privilege includes free registration and documentation,
consultation, laboratory investigations, X-ray and any on-site
treatment including minor surgical procedures.
"Associate yourself with men of good
if you esteem your own reputation; for its
better to be alone than in bad company"