Several fundraising projects were mounted to assist with financing the new facilities. In 1987 the Lodge held a flea market, bean supper, pancake breakfast and a car draw. The Lobster Supper Take-Out which began in 1988 as a major fundraiser for the basement project, has continued as an annual springtime event. Profits from the first lobster supper totalled $1100. In 1999 profits of $3928 were reported from the sale of seven hundred and thirty-six suppers. (Minutes, June 7, 1999)

In March 2000 several members of the Lodge volunteered to assist in a building project at Camp Gencheff as part of a joint effort involving several Masonic Bodies. An Appreciation Night including a dinner of mussels and lobsters was held for the volunteers on November 24, 2000. Fifty people attended and each volunteer received the “Order of Gencheff” in the form of an Appreciation Certificate. (Minutes, December 4, 2000)

Eighteen members of Victoria Lodge have been elected to serve as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island. Two served for two years and there was one father and son relationship.

M.W.Bro. John W. Morrison (1890-91) initiated discussion in Grand Lodge on a Masonic Relief Fund. M.W.Bro. Morrison requested True Brothers Lodge in Tryon to consider a more convenient location for a Lodge Room.

M.W.Bro. Ronald McMillan (1900-01) conveyed the sympathy of the Fraternity on the death of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria. The Office of Grand Organist was added as an elected Office in 1900. Victoria Lodge presented M.W.Bro. McMillan with a purse of money prior to his departure to British Columbia in 1906.

M.W.Bro. Benjamin Rogers Sr.

(1903-04) signed the Charter for King Edward Lodge No. 16 on June 24, 1904.

M.W.Bro. Benjamin Rogers Sr.

(1904-05) convened a Special Communication of Grand Lodge on June 20, 1905 to dedicate the new Masonic Hall and Lodge Room in Kensington.

M.W.Bro. William Keith Rogers (1906-07) issued a letter to all Masons in December 1906 requesting a donation of $5 to the Grand Lodge Benevolent Fund. Approximately 30% of the membership responded and $1713 was received in cash and pledges. A Committee was appointed to develop rules for the distribution of the Fund.