Moose International, Inc. Mission Statement
The mission of Moose International, Inc., is to strive for excellence in four areas: (i) a fraternal program and community service within our lodge and chapter system known as the Loyal Order of Moose and the Women of the Moose; (ii) to provide a family environment and education for underprivileged children in residence at Mooseheart, Illinois; (iii) to provide for the needs of senior members at Moosehaven, Florida; and, (iv) to promote membership growth.
Moose International, Inc., provides opportunities for fraternal unity within its membership throughout the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Bermuda, and has a basic tenet - excellence in volunteerism, fraternalism, the promise of the finest living facilities at both Mooseheart and Moosehaven and continual custodial service for those entrusted to our care.
Moose International, Inc., is committed to a positive leadership role in our communities as demonstrated by the establishment of modern lodge facilities and family centers to host activities for the entire family, complete and varied sports programs and assistance to our neighbors in need through community service programs. This is accomplished through continuous leadership training programs that adhere to high ethical standards, excellence, quality and total volunteer commitment by every lodge officer.
Moose International is a charitable, non-discriminatory, non-profit corporation funded primarily by members of the Moose.
Our Mission Statement
The objectives of the Association are to bring together in closer fraternal cooperation of the fraternal units of the Moose and the membership of such member lodges and chapters in the State of Washington and Northern Idaho; to aid and promote the purposes of the Loyal Order of Moose; to build the membership strength of the Order; to exchange ideas and ideals which may be of benefit to the various lodges and chapters and their members; to promote interest in the work of Ritual Staffs and similar units; to encourage a broader interest in lodge and/or chapter activities and family activities; to stimulate participation in Heart of the Community programs; to adopt programs and projects for the betterment of Mooseheart and Moosehaven to include the building of the Endowment Fund for the support of these institutions; to foster closer relationships between lodges and/or chapters in Washington State and Northern Idaho and lodges and chapters in neighboring states and provinces, and to coordinate the programs and directives of Moose International, Inc. and the Supreme Lodge.
In addition, the Association, and by extension the member lodges and/or chapters of the Association, shall promote and support all authorized programs of Moose International, including , but not limited to, those regarding membership, ritual, activities, Heart of the Community, membership recognition programs, and fund raising activities.