Elks Care, Elks Share
Our lodge is a place where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up. We make a difference in our community by supporting children with disabilities, veterans, and local charities.
Our Scholarship Programs
Each year, we award scholarships to graduating high school seniors, women and children looking for a fresh start, and anyone 18–50 preparing to return to the workforce.
About the Lodge
Elks Lodge #1450 in Puyallup, Washington is a fraternal and charitable organization with a 100-year history. We are a volunteer organization with many opportunities to serve and make a difference. We proudly support veterans and children with disabilities. We work together for the good of our members and our community.
Our lodge proudly supports children with disabilities, veterans, future scholars, and many other charitable organizations in our community.
We are a volunteer organization with many opportunities to serve.
Ladies of the Elks
Instituted in 1971 as The Federal Way Ladies of the Elks, we are “The Organization with a Heart.” The Ladies of the Elks is a non-profit organization. Our Purpose: To provide charitable services to the community and to promote a spirit of cooperation and fellowship within the Lodge. We are members or the spouses or widows of members of Puyallup Elks Lodge 1450 and other interested Ladies. Learn more
Washington Elks Therapy Programs for Children
Since 1954, the Washington Elks Therapy Program for Children, Inc. has provided home-based occupational or physical therapy to children with developmental delays or physical disabilities. Services are provided at no cost to the family served. Learn more
Elks are honored to serve our Service Members and Veterans. We pledge, “So long as there are veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.” Learn more
Elks for Children’s Hospital
More Programs and Charities
We provide college scholarships, sports programs and drug awareness education. Our programs also include cooking and serving meals, visiting veterans, planning activities, and cleaning up the grounds. Learn more