A Legacy of Carefree Living

One of the Principle Tenets of Freemasonry—one that all Freemasons around the world hold dear—is Relief, or the responsibility to care for those in the community who need it most. Since 1867, Masonic Communities Kentucky has proudly aided those in need. First, through medical care and housing to aging Masons and their families, and today through a network of the finest independent and assisted living communities in the region, in addition to skilled nursing and even child care.

Over the past 150 years, thousands of Kentuckians have been welcomed into Masonic Communities for a wide variety of medical and rehabilitation services, all thanks to the foundation laid decades ago by the Masons. Masonic Communities is no longer limited to Masons and their families, but has stayed true to its roots through Masonicare. Masonicare is a charitable fund that provides care and housing for Master Masons and their wives or widows—those whose commitment to caring for their communities has made our organization possible. Recipients of Masonicare are provided quality care and housing, as well as general living necessities like wheelchairs, glasses, transportation, meals, clothing and more.

Each year, Masonic Communities incurs more than $4 million annually through Masonicare and other subsidized care. To offset this significant expense, Masonic Communities will introduce the Carefree Living campaign with a fundraising luncheon on March 13, 2019, presented by PMCH Constructors.

“We owe so much to our seniors because of what they have taught us, and all they have done to grow the community,” said Jason R. Wilson, senior vice president of Mission Advancement and CDO at Masonic Communities. “I’ve learned so much from the older adults in my life, and it’s an honor for me to be able to help them live comfortably.”

Held at Louisville’s iconic event venue The Olmsted, the luncheon will feature a keynote address from Hall of Fame jockey Pat Day. Day racked up thousands of wins during his 32-year career, including in 1992, when he rode horse Lil E. Tee to victory in the Kentucky Derby. This year’s luncheon is chaired by Paul Mattingly of PMCH Constructors. To attend contact mission advancement at 502.753.8861 or giving@masonicky.com.

What: PMCH Constructors Carefree Living Luncheon

When: March 13, 2019 at 12 pm

Where: The Olmstead, 3701 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, KY

Types of Sponsorships:

Title Sponsorship: $25,000 Includes three tables of eight at the luncheon with premier seating by the head table, company sponsorship logo on front and back of the program, full-page ad in the program and gifts for all participants at the table.

Platinum Sponsorship: $10,000 Includes two tables of eight at the luncheon with special seating, full-page ad in the program, logo present in the program and gifts for all participants at the table.

Gold Sponsorship: $5,000 Includes one table of eight at the luncheon, quarter page ad in the program and logo present in the program.

Bronze Sponsorship: $1,500 Includes four seats at the luncheon and company name listed in the program.

For more information please contact Jason R. Wilson at 502.753.8861 or jwilson@masonicky.com

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