On this page you can find Masonic resources with reliable information about Masonic organizations.
FREE MASONS OF WISCONSIN
Official Website of the Grand Lodge F.&A.M. of WI
Scottish Rite is often the second organization a Freemason may choose to join. The Scottish Rite Bodies in Wisconsin are active and provide additional opportunities for Freemasons in good standing to learn more of the lessons of the Craft while engaging in additional charitable activities.
York Rite may be considered yet another step for a Freemason. As in the Scottish Rite, one must be a Freemason in good standing to join. The Knights Templar Eye Foundation, one of the York Rite family of charities, has an excellent record of accomplishment over the years. These bodies also add to the lessons taught in the Craft lodges.
Shriners are probably the most public of all Masonic organizations and you may be familiar with many of their “units” including clowns, mini-cars, etc. and/or their Hospitals for Children. All Shriners are Freemasons in good standing.
The Order of the Eastern Star is the largest Masonic fraternal organization for both men and women. To become a member of the Eastern Star you must either be a Freemason or have a Masonic affiliation, and be 18 years of age or over. The moral and social purposes of the order are designed to build character, to promote friendship and harmony among members, and to practice charity.
Masonic Service Association of North America serving the craft since 1919
Priovider of Disaster Relief is one of the primary activities of the MSANA. It is also a provider and soure of Masonic resources.