Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternity in the world. Freemasons
came to Pennsylvania in 1733 and notes many famous patriots among
its members. Founded upon the timeless principles of charity and
brotherhood, Masons today continue the honored tradition of self
improvement and charity for all mankind.
Freemasons spend over
$2,000,000 a day in over three hundred charities such as the Shriner
Burns Hospital, Scottish Rite Learning Centers for Dyslexic Children,
Anti-violence and Bullying Prevention Programs, the Student Assistance
Program in Pennsylvania through the Department of Education and
many other scholarship and charitable programs, many directed toward
youth. Pennsylvania Freemasons are proud to add CHIP as a cornerstone
to that group.
ASSOCIATION OF PENNSYLVANIA
The Crime Prevention Association
of Pennsylvania includes prevention practitioners from all levels
of law enforcement, businesses, schools, and community leaders.
Our mission is to address the problems of crime and its prevention
through education, public awareness, and training. Crime prevention
is an excellent public relations tool that helps build safer communities.
We are the experts when crime prevention and proactive strategies
are the issues. We bring 20 years of continuous proactive crime
prevention programming from a variety of disciplines and a definitive
mission to maintain the quality of life for all Pennsylvania residents.
We are proud to support and partner with the CHIP program.
Like To Sponsor a CHIP EVENT?
Anyone may initiate and
sponsor a CHIP event.
All coordination of events is through the Freemasons of Pennsylvania.
If you or your organization
would like more information regarding CHIP,
please contact the CHIP Project Director.
One North Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19107