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Finding a Cure and Helping Our Future


Virginia Royal Arch Masons are dedicated to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. We are engaged in fundraising activities across the Commonwealth that are designed to help those with the disease while working diligently to find a cure. The Companions of Manassas Chapter No. 81 are second to none in our quest to finding a cure.


Currently, more than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s and that number is expected to grow to as many as 16 million by 2050. It is the 6th leading cause of death in America. We are dedicated to finding a way to change the course of this disease.

Manassas Chapter is working in concert with the Alzheimer's Association to find a cure and to assist those with this disease.

The donations that you give will be allocated to the following charitable organizations:

  • The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to Find a cure

  • Masonic Home of Virginia’s Memory Unit

  • The Manassas Royal Arch Scholarship Fund


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The Alzheimer's Association Walk to Find a Cure

Manassas Chapter works with the National Capital Area Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.  Our Chapter has has a variety of fundraisers, events and their Walk to Find a Cure to raise money to find a cure and to help those afflicted with this disease. Your donation to us will be going to The National Capitial Area Chapter of the  Alzheimer's Association where your money stays local to help those that need it.  


Masonic Home of Virginia's Memory Unit


Your donation to the Masonic Home of Virginia's Memory Unit will be going to the Richard E. Brown (REB) Memory Support Unit.  The Memory Support unit was specifically designed for older adults who have a primary diagnosis of Dementia and a need for a secured environment as identified by a primary care physician. REB features well above average staffing ratios, including nursing staff to assist your love ones with 24 hour care. The memory unit has a dedicated Activities Coordinator providing various types of unique and resident centered activities. All daily activities are resident centered and designed to improve the physical, spiritual and mental health of the resident


Manassas Chapter Scholarship Fund

In addition, Manassas Chapter also supports of the Masonic youth programs such as Rainbow Girls, Job's Daughters and DeMolay.  Your donations to our scholarship fund will help the youth that are in these programs with financial aid to aid them in their college journey.  At least two Scholarships are presented in the Spring/Summer of each year.


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