The Lodge has accomplished much over the past few years
and has since been improving the lives of its members and the communities that house them,
serving as living proofs, not just of its accomplishments, but of the good things it is still capable of achieving.
The Jacobo Zobel Memorial Lodge No. 202 is a regular and recognized body of Free & Accepted Masons, under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the Philippines. It holds its meetings every third Monday of each month, 6:00 p.m., at the Jacobo Zobel Masonic Temple, located along Jacobo Zobel Street, San Antonio Village, Makati City, Philippines. Its aim is to help its members develop good moral character and thereby better themselves into becoming honorable, respectable, and responsible gentlemen.
Though not essentially a charity organization, the Lodge voluntarily conducts numerous welfare activities that help people in need, such as community services and medical missions. These are but some of the many incidental outcomes that members manifest in exercising the good values they learn and practice within the Lodge. These very values are the reasons why the Lodge has, through the years, been constantly and consistently contributing to the improvement of society as a whole.
The Lodge, as a formal organization, was constituted on November 15, 1974. The initial intention of the founding members was to create a new Lodge for Masons living within the vicinity of Makati, and in honor of Don Jacobo Zobel y Zangroniz, the man said to be the first locally born Philippine resident who was made a Mason on Philippine soil. The Jacobo Zobel Memorial Lodge remains actively strong, attracting more new members within its fold, increasing the number of good works it can hope to offer the community to which it belongs.