Foundation

The Indianapolis Scottish Rite Cathedral is one of the most spectacular examples of Masonic architecture in the nation. It is a prominent jewel in the crown of Indiana and is a building of unparalled Masonic symbolism and architecture. This beautiful, gothic Cathedral located at 650 North Meridan Street is on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information on this foundation and how to make tax-deductible gifts, please click here.

The Indianapolis Scottish Rite Cathedral Foundation was established to ensure funds are available to help maintain and preserve the Cathedral and its grounds. Recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, the Foundation enables supportive Brothers and friends to make tax-deductible contributions for that purpose.

It is imperative that every effort be extended to ensure the Cathedral is preserved as a Masonic landmark and a community resource. Contributions to support the preservation of the Cathedral are welcome. They may be made in cash, securities, personal property, real estate, or as a bequest in a will. For information contact the Cathedral Foundation @ 317- 262-3121 or 1-800-489-3579

The Scottish Rite of Indianapolis Foundation

The Scottish Rite of Indianapolis Foundation was incorporated in 1976 to raise and expend funds for the charitable and educational purposes of the Indianapolis Valley and has been used as a vehicle to distribute gifts to various Masonic related and community organizations in furtherance of their program goals. The earnings from this foundation has funded medical research, college scholarships, and provided general support to numerous organizations. This foundation also supports the Children's Dyslexia Center of Indianapolis and has been used as a vehicle to distribute gifts to various Masonic related and community organizations in furtherance of their program goals. The earnings from this foundation has funded medical research, college scholarships, and provided general support to numerous organizations.

 
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