Masonic-Eastern Star Home for Children
Providing Quality Child Care for 100 Years
The purpose of the Children's Home is to provide quality care for children who have been separated from their homes due to Death, Divorce, Separation, Neglect, Abuse or Inability to adjust to their present living situation.
The Childrens's Home seeks to provide an environment of love, security and acceptance where a child can grow and develop as an individual.
Each application for admission is evaluated and maintenance fees are based on ability to pay.
No child is ever excluded because of inadequate funds.
The Children's Home offers four cottages for children to live in—two for girls and two for boys. The children are taught basic living skills in the cottage...
The forms needed for intake applicaiton of a child can be found here along with a brochure that describes the home in more detail.
The decision to place a child with us is a very important one. Please contact us by phone or email to discuss your child's needs.
Mark your calendars for August 8, 2015 and join us at the Children's Home for our Centennial Celebration!
Food, fun and great fellowship! Help celebrate this Masonic Family achievement!
Come see the campus, meet the children and learn more about the important work being done and see what's planned for the next 100 years!
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Children's Home Campus Photos
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Success! The New Van is a Reality!
The new van was made possible by your donations and by a substantial donation from Sid Dillon Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Mazda in Fremont.
About the Masonic-Eastern Star
Home for Children
The Masonic-Eastern Star Children's Home for Children has been providing quality child care for 100 years. Located at the intersection of Highways 30 and 77 in Fremont, Nebraska. The Children's Children's Home was founded by two fraternal organizations, the Masons and the Eastern Star, to provide care for children in need.
The Children's Home seeks to provide an environment of love, security and acceptance where a child can grow and develop as an individual.