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Together we can help those that are struggling and less fortunate. All donations are tax-deductible and all proceeds go directly to funding our different programs.  Please support and help.




Brothers Helping is a nonprofit organization that was founded by Lorenzo Cesare and a group of motivated friends who share in Masonic values based on integrity, kindness, charity, honesty, and fairness.  We are a band of Brothers who uphold our organization's core values where we pool our resources to bring compassion to the community and help support those in need, vulnerable, and disadvantaged.

    Our Mission

Brothers Helping's mission is embedded in our core values.  We create opportunities to help the community by providing support to those in need; families and individuals who have found themselves vulnerable and disadvantaged at some point in their lives.  We are ever evolving by forming partnerships within the NYC tri-state area.  Utilizing our resources, we are able to help provide comforting meals, clothing for all seasons, and financial assistance to students via a scholarship.  Our mission is to help alleviate the feeling of hopelessness and offer a helping hand when times have proven to be a challenge for anyone in the community.




Brothers Helping currently has four projects in place in line with our mission of helping those struggling and less fortunate.  We are always looking to help and will love to partner with other individuals or organizations to expand our reach and take on other projects in line with our mission.  Please feel free to contact us with any ideas we can assist with.

The Joseph Cesare Memorial Scholarship


"I want to thank Brothers Helping and Hope Community for making Thanksgiving possible this year.  With the pandemic and being laid off from my job, Thanksgiving would not have been possible for me and my family.  Unfortunately, my family and I are struggling, and we still do not qualify for government assistance so this is exactly what we needed.  Thank you and God Bless all of you."    - Evelyn C.

"Thank you all so much again for this opportunity.  It was really nice getting a chance to meet you all and I will never forget the hospitality you showed my family and I.  I promise to keep in touch." - Max Wenzel - Recipient of the Joseph Cesare Memorial Scholarship 2022

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