22:24 | 03.01.2018
Scottish Rite Childhood Language Clinic Joins Minnesota Masonic Charities

The Board of Directors of Minnesota Masonic Charities (MMC) is pleased
to announce that the Scottish Rite Foundation of Duluth has become an
affiliated charity within the MMC family of charities.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here:
Childhood Language Disorders Clinic is located in the heart of Duluth. (Photo: Minnesota Masonic Charities)
For nearly 30 years, the Scottish Rite Foundation has sponsored the
Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders, which has diagnosed and treated
children in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin. Services
at the Clinic are provided without charge. In becoming an affiliate of
MMC, the Clinic will remain a Masonic organization and be able to
continue to provide critical treatment to children desperate to

The partnership between the two organizations is not a new one. MMC has
long recognized the important work provided by the Clinic and has
supported its efforts through annual Mission grants. The integration
secures the Clinic’s ability to provide critical interventions and
remediation of childhood language disorders in perpetuity with the goal
of expanding operations.

“We have a saying at Minnesota Masonic Charities: Stronger Together,”
said Eric Neetenbeek, president and CEO of Minnesota Masonic Charities.
“That is certainly true in this case. The Scottish Rite Clinic has done
an outstanding job of serving this community. By coming together, we
will be stronger, and we will serve more.”

For more information regarding the Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood
Language Disorders, please visit
About Minnesota Masonic CharitiesAmong the largest
grant-making organizations in the state, Minnesota Masonic Charities
(MMC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization that represents the
charitable interests of Minnesota Masonry. MMC promotes greater levels
of Masonic charity by uniting and combining contributions to charitable
causes. MMC’s total charitable grants average nearly $7 million a year,
as part of yearly services totaling over $70 million. These services
include support for cancer research and treatment, scholarships for MN
high school graduates, housing and healthcare for seniors, children’s
health and community support of youth, family and school programs
throughout the state.View source version on


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