Tuality Lodge is proud to share our building and partner with the following community groups:
‘Rainbow’ is a Masonic youth organization for girls ages 11-20. Its lessons encourage members to be strong in spirit and kind in heart, respectful toward nature and giving toward all humanity, and gives girls the tools, training, and encouragement to let their individual spirits shine bright.
DeMolay is a Masonic youth organization for boys age 12-21. Its lessons help young men build character and gain leadership experience that will serve them throughout their lives.
STAGES offers a variety of theatre classes to children in grades k-12. The curriculum focuses on basic theatre education along with specialty classes such as musical theatre. Their goal is to help make the performing arts an integral part of Hillsboro’s cultural community.
Masons Help is a group of Masons from Lodges throughout the greater Portland area who cooperate to assist community groups and individuals with projects of all kinds.
“The Order of the Eastern Star is designed to allow couples to enjoy a shared Masonic experience. It gives them the opportunity to give a part of their time to many projects that benefit mankind. The lessons are scriptural, the purposes are beneficent, and the teachings are moral.
“The Order of the Amaranth was formed as a fraternal and charitable organization whose membership of men and women with Masonic affiliation share in social activities to promote the growth of the Order, and many charitable projects to benefit all of humanity.
Faith #3 Pledge Group
Rainbow Pledge is a program for girls between the ages of 8 and 11 and helps prepare them for adolescence and their entry into Rainbow, forming friendships and confidence that will last a lifetime.
Daughters of the Nile is a Masonic affiliate organization for ladies 18 or older. Its efforts are devoted to supporting Shriner’s Hospitals for Children® through a variety of fundraising activities. In fact, this dynamic group of women has donated more than $45 million to the hospitals. Volunteers also sew quilts, dolls, surgery gowns and more for patients in the hospitals. The HALOS (Hillsboro Active Ladies of Service) are active participants in this vital supportive work.