Imperial Supreme Council Incorporation

The Imperial Council of the Ahura Grand Orient, Inc. (Supreme Council), organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes under IRC 501 (c)(8), and the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code. The Supreme Council declared a corporation under the provisions of Act 176 of 1963 of the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, Arkansas Code Annotated sub-section 4-28-201 et seg.

The Supreme Council, is an appendant Masonic (fraternal association), an autonomous, self-perpetuating body, organized to administer a series of thirty-three degrees.

Our Charitable services that includes relief of the poor, the distressed, or the underprivileged; advancement of religion; advancement of education or science; lessening neighborhood tensions; eliminating prejudice and discrimination; defending human and civil rights secured by law; and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.

Our Education program disseminate educational grants and scholarship information through its membership to benefit eligible recipients seeking a scholarship, or an institution of higher learning eligible under IRS 501(c) (3) Charitable Class Requirements,

The Supreme Council adopts the same, or a very similar calling, avocation, or profession, and work in union to accomplish our incorporated worthy object, and who for that reason have banded themselves together as an association. See U.S. v. Cambridge Loan and Building Co., 278 U.S. 55 (1923); Commercial Travelers’ Life & Accident Ass’n v. Rodway, 235 F. 370 (N.D. Ohio 1913). The court in National Union v. Marlow, 74 F. 775, 778-79 (8th Cir. 1896) summed up the nature of a fraternal beneficiary society.

Service Types

Imperial Supreme Council Service Types


Our organization association and incorporated activities involves dedicated time providing help to those in need, by voluntarily giving of help, typically in the form of direct and resources information. Our membership provides broad and diversified skills, experience, and ability to collaborate that creates our opportunities of service to included, but not limited to:.

General Consulting Services

Volunteer general services, primarily engaged in providing advice and assistance to families and other community-based organizations on issues, such as financial planning and budgeting, and asset management (collaboration), and process improvements.

Veterans / Ex-Offender (Non-Violent) Employment /Re-Entry Program

Coordinate workforce development opportunities such as, job search training for unemployed and underemployed persons, persons with disabilities, and persons who have a job market disadvantage because of limited educational, job skill, or experience.

Marketing and Community Outreach

Support services to local VOSBs and SDVOSBs marketing and outreach into surrounding communities. Offer subject matter expertise of (1) human resource and personnel policies, practices, and procedures; (2) Employee benefits planning, communication, and administration; (3) Compensation systems planning; and (4) Wage and salary administration.

Community Food Service

Engage in the collection, preparation, and delivery of food for the needy. We have established a “food bank” as a community-based resource for those families experiencing a hardship or lacking access to nitrous meals. Our membership distributes Thanksgiving meals, volunteer in kitchens and shelters. We assemble and deliver “care packages” to families in need identified through churches, social services and other members. Our service focuses persons who because of age, disability, or illness are unable to prepare meals for themselves. This service further involves the soliciting, collecting and distributing “new blankets” for infants abandoned to a local hospital or nursery because the mother is unable to care for the child, or infants born with human immunodeficiency virus, or drug addiction. Our membership is actively engaged in “Cancer” support services to include direct emotional support, education, and referral to professional resources and services. The Supreme Council services and assistance is intended to lessen the burdens of government; lessen neighborhood tensions; work to eliminate prejudice and discrimination; defending human and civil rights secured by law; combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.


The Supreme Council established and maintains charitable and educational programs to disseminate information, services and funds (grants) toward improving the quality of life of community residents through formal education and training opportunities.

Vocational Rehabilitation Outreach Services

Provide volunteer services primarily involving veteran’s vocational rehabilitation or habilitation services, such as job counseling, job training, and work experience; workforce development support services to unemployed and underemployed persons, persons with disabilities, and persons who have a job market disadvantage because of lack of education, job skill, or experience.

The Supreme Council activities are carryout directly by its Membership within our membership States. Our fraternal association advances our incorporated work by attracting other membership of similar character and support of other organizations to advance our community-based services and assistance..