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Mason has been contributing to public health for more than 10 years.  Under Mason’s leadership, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. started its health services, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Multi-Level Care Society, in 1995. Mason was the Honorary Chair of the Tapestry Foundation’s Feast of Fortune Fundraiser, a fundraiser in 2008 to support the purchase of a digital mammography machine at Mount Saint Joseph Hospital

Mason was Chairman of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Practitioners of B.C. for nine years. He unified the profession and set up its regulatory framework and mechanism in the interest of public protection. Under his leadership, British Columbia became the first jurisdiction in North America to have recognized and regulated traditional Chinese Medicine. Mason also built bridges between TCM and Western medicine. The TCM on Cancer Symposium in 2004 and 2006, an unprecedented collaboration between the Canadian Cancer Society, the Canadian institute of Chinese Medicinal Research and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of BC, was initiated and created by Mason Loh. His vision of this symposium is: 1. to explore and to research the application of alternative therapies in the prevention and treatment of cancer 2. to share knowledge among TCM and Western Medicine practitioners and scientists 3. to increase public awareness on cancer prevention and treatment.

Mason was Director/Honorary Director of St. Paul's Hospital Foundation for more than 10 years and assisted the foundation in numerous fundraising projects. He supported the fundraising of Coastal Mental Health’s Courage to Come Back Dinner.  Mason supported AMSSA (Affiliation of Multicultural Societies & Service Agencies of BC) to host Canada’s largest Multicultural Health Fair.