Masonic Cancer Center Fund, Inc
The Masonic Cancer Center Fund (MCCF) was established in 1955 when Minnesota Masons raised $1 million to help build an 80-bed hospital for terminal cancer patients at the University of Minnesota. For over fifty years, Masonic families have worked together with the University by committing or contributing over $100 million to find new treatments and provide better care for cancer patients and their families and now, with the 2008 commitment of $65 million the goal is to cure cancer in the near future. The Masonic Cancer Center Fund continues to provide annual grant funding to the Masonic Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota as part of the Masonic Families' long-standing support of the University's cancer care and research efforts.
For information about the Masonic Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota, the Masonic Cancer Center Fund or for information on how you can contribute to these effort, please call 952-948-6888; or mail your request to the Masonic Cancer Center Fund, Inc., 11501 Masonic Home Drive, Bloomington, MN 55437.