For more than 100 years, the Masonic Home of Georgia has served children in need by offering them places to live and programs to thrive in. Many of the children living in the Home come from dysfunctional families. The Masonic Home is raising money to build five cottages on the Macon campus. Each cottage will hold eight children and their house parents. Right now, children are living in a dorm-style atmosphere. The new cottages will help foster a sense of family for the children and their house parents.
The Jones Family Foundation donated funds to kickstart construction of the cottages and transform the Masonic Home’s campus.