The Official Masonic Website of Ottawa District 2
The Official Masonic Website of Ottawa District 2

OTTAWA DISTRICT 2 MASONS

Ottawa District 2 Masonic Lodge Partnership for Life

Brethren (and their Friends and Families) who wish to have their donations counted to the Masonic Lodge Partnership for Ottawa District 2 just have to sign up once and the rest is magic!

To sign up, go to the Canadian Blood Services website and user this on-line form.

Once the page opens you then click “Register as a member online” – it may take 15 seconds for the form to load up.

Enter our Partners For Life Membership ID MASO011438 (4 letters, six digits) and other info – you only have to do this once per donor/member.

To see how you’re doing (and how others are tracking) visit this link – it’s the Canadian Blood Services, North Eastern Ontario regional results report.

Key Messages for Lodge Committee Members and All Masons to Share!

Here are some key messages to share with your Lodge members, Friends, Families, and Co-workers to help get the number of donors up:

Take the eligibility quiz here

  • Eligible donors can visit blood.ca or download our GiveBlood app to find a nearby clinic. With hundreds of clinics happening, there are plenty of opportunities to save a life.
  • If you are travelling you can make an appointment to give before you go by downloading the GiveBlood app or visiting blood.ca
  • The need for blood is constant!
  • Blood has a shelf-life - the need is continuous!
  • Every year, close to 40% of blood donors stop donating for 12 months or more due to a variety of reasons.
  • The Canadian Blood Service needs to continuously recruit donors to replace our aging donor base.
  • The Canadian Blood Service rely on just over 400-thousand people for all of the blood collected in Canada and they make two donations each on average. (This pertains to the area outside of Quebec).
  • Less than 4% of eligible donors donate blood each year.
Masons Helping You Protect The Ones You Love

MasoniCh.I.P. Ontario…..”MAKING A DIFFERENCE”

For details of the program and for a schedule of clinics throughout the province, go to the MasoniChip web site: www.masonichip.ca

The Masons of the Grand Lodge of Canada, in the Province of Ontario, have long held a commitment to the children, their families, and our community.

Our MasoniCh.I.P. Program is the most comprehensive child identification service currently available, designed to give families a measure of protection against the ever-increasing problem of missing children.

It is brought exclusively to Ontario families by Masons, free of charge and has worked successfully in more than 20 States in the U.S. for many years.

The MasoniCh.I.P. (Child ID Program) consists of five major components:
  • vital child information,
  • digital fingerprints,
  • digital photographs,
  • a digital video and a dental bite impression.
All of this data, excepting the dental component, is burned onto a CD, and everything is given to the parents or guardian.

Security and privacy are of the utmost importance; therefore, it is significant to note that the Ontario Masons keep nothing on file, with the exception of the permission form signed by the parent, prior to participation in any event.

The MasoniCh.I.P. Committee and District coordinators are working diligently to provide guidance so that this program can be brought to our communities.

It is our sincerest hope that no family will need the resource provided in our packets, but if the need should arise we believe the information that we provide from our program will be instrumental to law enforcement agencies in the recovery of a missing child.

It only takes a few minutes from the time the CD-Rom is loaded into the Police computer for the AMBER ALERT broadcast to be sent through out their system.

If you are interested in planning Clinic or have any questions, please contact:

Joseph Almassy at 613-628-2382 | e-mail
Ottawa District 2 Masonic Chip Co-Chairman

The Masonichip Foundation of Ontario is a federally incorporated charitable corporation with its own Board of Directors. It is not legally linked to, and operates separately from, the Masonic Foundation of Ontario which is a provincially incorporated charitable corporation.

Upcoming clinics in the District:

There are no clinics presently scheduled in the District

More details of the program and for a schedule of clinics throughout the province, go to the MasoniChip web site: www.masonichip.ca

Last updated: April 5, 2016

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