BPOE Elks 1274

               Lodge Telephone   508-947-0190

Postal : 24 High Street, Middleboro, MA 02346

Exalted Ruler: exaltedruler1274@gmail.com  
Secretary: secretary1274@verizon.net  

 Bulletin Editor: bulletin1274@verizon.—net
Treasurer: treasurer1274@verizon.net

 Webmaster: frank_rooney@hotmail.com
Function Manager: manager1274@gmail.co

House Committee: elks1274@verizon.net

 On behalf of the members of the Middleboro Lodge of Elks I welcome you. We are a vital link in the fraternal chain of Lodges of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks, U.S.A. Our Lodge was Chartered by the Grand Lodge in 1912. We are located at 24 High Street in the heart of Middleboro, Massachusetts, halfway between Boston and Cape Cod. The Lodge is a also one of the eight Lodges of the Massachusetts South District, and member of the Massachusetts State Elks Association.



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BPOE #1274
Middleboro MA

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Shawn O’Connor
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The Elks

National Foundation


Helping Elks Build Stronger Communities


   In 1928, one man's dream became a reality for all Elks and the communities we serve. Then-National President John F. Malley envisioned a plan that would “unite the forces of the Order into a mighty army for the service of mankind.” During the annual Grand Lodge Convention in Miami that year, Malley's call to service inspired delegates to take action by voting to establish the Elks National Foundation with an initial $100,000 grant.

   Nearly 90 years after Malley shared his vision with the Order, the ENF continues to unite all Elks in service to their communities.

   The mission of the Elks National Foundation is to help Elks build stronger communities. We fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. We help youth develop lifelong skills, send students to college, meet the needs of today's veterans, support the charitable work of the state Elks associations, and fund projects that improve the quality of life in local Elks communities.

   Like all Elks, the Foundation values the belief that charity is the greatest of all virtues and that by sharing and giving, we have the power to replace sorrow and despair with hope and confidence. Donations to the Foundation help us fund programs that match our cornerstone values of knowledge, integrity and community.

   The ENF is able to help Elks build stronger communities thanks to contributions from our generous donors. Since inception, we have received more than $259 million in contributions and bequests. Today we boast more than 100,000 active donors and an endowment fund valued at $665.8 million.

   At its February meeting in Savannah, Georgia, the Elks National Foundation Board of Trustees approved appropriations and distributions for the 2017-18 fiscal year totaling $33.14 million.


   Community Investment Program……………………… $12.53 mil

   Scholarship Programs………………………………………. $4.68 mil

   Elks National Veterans Service Program…………. $1.50 mil

   Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest…………….. $974,880

   Elks Drug Awareness Program…………………………. $729,340

   Elks Memorial Building Maintenance………….……. $750,950


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