Meeting Times

2nd and 4th Thursdays 6:30PM Dinner/7:30PM  Meeting

Brandon Lodge NO. 114 F&AM


Freemasons believe in Three Great Principles – Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth. At Brandon Lodge, we practice charity, and care, not only for our own, but also for the community as a whole, both by charitable giving and by voluntary efforts and works as individuals.

The Iris and Hubert Allen Scholarship Fund, Inc.


As Freemasons, we recognize and value the importance of a robust and well-rounded education. We wish to support these endeavors by offering scholarships that reward academic efforts and upstanding morals and values.

The Iris and Hubert Allen Scholarship Fund, Inc. is a non-profit scholarship fund primarily financed through the members of Brandon Masonic Lodge #114. As such, we welcome applications for this scholarship. We will do our best to select from among the applicants an individual or individuals who best incorporate a commitment to education, morality, and civic involvement into his or her life.

Brothers from Brandon Lodge deliver school supplies to Mango Elementary School. Pictured are Brother George Hannon; Brother David Jones; Kim Parke-Assistant Principal; Sabrina Ruiz-Principal; Brother Bob Colon; and Worshipful Master Steve Davenport.

Supporting Mango Elementary School


Brandon Lodge participates in the Adopt-a-School and Adopt-a-Teacher programs to continue supporting education and the community.

Mango Elementary has been our school of choice for the last few years. Mango Elementary, located at 4220 County Road 579, Seffner, FL 33584, has been educating students since 1882. With most of their students coming from low-income families, any and all contributions greatly impact them.

Over the years, we have donated both monies and school supplies.


ECHO’s mission is to assist residents of Hillsborough County in crisis with emergency food and clothing, offering life-stabilizing programs and resources. We collect food every week to support this organization. Please help by bringing non-perishable food to our drop-off box in the Lodge.

Their most needed food items are:
• Peanut Butter
• Cereal
• Canned Meats
• Canned Vegetables and Fruit
• Canned or Bagged beans

This program nourishes and enriches the lives of community seniors and home-bound by providing hot meals delivered daily by a caring volunteer. Brandon Lodge teams up with Rich Valley Church every Thursday morning to support this community effort. You do not have to be a member of the Lodge to participate.