Heart of Community

Darcy Wilbur
HOC Committee Chair
(530) 391-7224

Heart of the Community ROCKS!!


Thank you to all my committee Sue Criss, Marci Whitton, Mike Button, Darcy Button, Chip Wilbur, and Bob Criss. We could not do what we do without you.


We delivered forty-four back packs to the Newton Learning Center in Reno. We delivered four cases of Tommy Moose, coloring books and crayons to Reno Renown Children’s Hospital, Reno Fire and Police received ten cases of Tommy Moose and four cases Rosie Moose and 105 blankets.


Blood Bank – This year was our most successful blood drive ever! We had participants from 21 Lodges and five non-Moose members. Even though five donations were deferred, we still had twenty-nine units added to our account which now stands at a total of 181 units. A special shoutout and thank you to the following Lodges for supporting this life saving effort:


Big Bear, Burbank, Clearlake Oaks, Concord, Ebbetts Pass, El Monte, Escondido, Fairfield, Grass Valley, Gridley, Hayward Castro Valley, Mira Mesa, Pahrump, Placerville, Roseville, Santa Maria, Stockdale, Sunnyvale, Turlock, West Sacramento, and Yuba City.


Thank you to all the Lodges and Chapters who donated.

California Nevada Moose Association now has an ongoing virtual Blood Drive linked to the Association Blood bank account! You can now donate any time and your donation will be credited to our account. Just click on the link and follow the instructions. Easy Peasy!

Join Virtual Blood Drive

Chip Wilbur Stuff the Bus (530) 417-0561 canddwines@yahoo.com, Darcy Wilbur Tommy Moose (530) 391-7224, darcywilbur@yahoo.com,  Jesse Orta  Vereran Affairs (916) 372-7470 amvetnet@yahoo.com,,Marci Whitton Blood Drive (916) 723-4733 marciw@comcast.net, Paul Kramer Public Relations 408-826-9238 kramer398@aol.com, Bridget Robinson, bridge2moose@aol.com, Noreen Sprague, norken82@gmail.com

Las Vegas Lodge & Chapter donated Tommy Moose to Sunrise Children’s Hospital of Las Vegas on August 22, 2022

Funds raised for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital from Moose Lodges all across the country this weekend for our International Heart of the Community project were in excess of $60,000!


A Program Helping Children, Seniors And Making Our Communities A Better Place To Live!

The Moose Community Service Program of today and for the century challenges people to become volunteers through membership in the Moose. It calls for capable and inspired leadership and for a generous giving of thought, effort and time according to the Moose Six-Point Community Service Program. Counting hours worked, miles driven and dollars donated, the Moose contribute $70 – $80 million worth of service every year to communities throughout the U.S., Canada and Great Britain. Community Service has been an ever-growing portion of the overall Moose fraternal program ever since its inception under the name Civic Affairs by then Director General Malcolm Giles in the late 1940’s

The kaleidoscope of all that is Community Service was organized into a Five-Point Program in the early 1990’s, then expanded in the mid-dacade to the Six-Point Program with its familiar logo above.

Can teenagers persuade younger children to make the right choices in life? Yes say the teens and the adults who work together in the Moose Youth Awareness Program. For more than a decade, the Moose has organized high-school-age leaders into a highly effective speaker’s bureau to persuade preschool and elementary-age youngsters against drug use. The program, founded in 1986, has now expanded to bring awareness to 4-to-9 year olds on other subjects such as child abuse, gangs and other elements that have an adverse effect on the youth of today. Women of the Moose are actively participating in many community projects.

Tommy Moose was developed to continue the initial concept of providing a plush Moose as a Community Service Program. Since 2002, the men and women of the Moose have donated more than 75,000 TOMMY MOOSE plush dolls to police, fire and ambulance units all across America.
With two or three Tommy’s always on hand in their vehicles, public safety workers have a way to help soothe and calm small children in moments of trauma and crisis.
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Community Service Can Make Your Lodge & Chapter Stand Out As A Community Leader!


On June 13th The Buena Park Moose Lodge 1945 and The Safe Surfin Foundation presented a Cop in a Box to the Buena Park City Police Department. From left to right: Gary R Stromme, Mark Klein, Jerry O’Connor, Captain Robin Sells, Captain Gary Hendricks, Daryl Williams, Erik Estrada, Mayor Pro Tem Miller Oh, Detective Nia Nguyen, Councilman Fred Smith, Lieutenant Gary Worrau, Councilman Art Brown, Dennis Kuhns.

Our Promise To Our Children In Our Care!
Tell Yourself . . It’s Also Up To Me To Help Keep That Promise!
Pass The Word For Our Children!
Show Support For The CNMA Scholarship Fund

Thanks To Everyone That Helps To Make Our Children’s Dreams Come True