Welcome to the Cambridge Shrine Club’s website. We are a unit of Mocha Shrine Centre out of London ON. Our club is located in Cambridge ON. This is where you can find the latest information and upcoming events for the club.

The members of the Cambridge Shrine club are devoted to raising money to support our Shrine hospitals. Shrine hospitals help children regardless of the parents ability to pay. The money earned from pop cans left at our club gate goes directly to our Canadian Shrine hospital.

Through the local bingo we also help out in a variety of local charitable causes.

Those interested in becoming a Shriner may want to visit: www.beashrinernow.com

“Shriners can’t put a price on what they do for children, so they do it for free.”

2018 Cake Sales at Cambridge Mall

Once again we will be located in the community kiosk at the Cambridge Centre Mall on the following dates in December 7, 8, 9 , 17, 18, 19, 20.


Cambridge Shrine Club Donation to CMH

Gary Stewart, President of the Cambridge Shrine Club presents a cheque to Rosemary Lywood, Manager of Women & Children’s. The funds are from the Shrine Club’s Bingo proceeds and go to assist local kids, like the ones we serve at CMH.

This donation of $6,000 will purchase one of the Crib Stretchers like the one pictured, that will be moved into the new wing with the department later this year. Thank you Cambridge Shriners for your gifts of over $155,000 to CMH over the years!

Government funding covers 90% of the building upgrades and new addition, include the new Pediatric Wing. The Hospital relies on the community for the remaining 10% and all the equipment including the Crib Stretchers. The Cambridge Shrine Club is proud to contribute to the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Pediatric Wing.

Fun fact: Did you know that Shriner’s head wear is properly called a ‘Fez’?


  • Cambridge Shrine Club Executive Meeting – 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM with the exception of July & Aug.
  • Cambridge General Meeting – 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM with the exception of July & Aug. Fez & unit dress for all general meetings
  • Installation of Club Officers in January. Fez, & suit & tie required.
  • Masons are welcome to attend General Meetings.