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RMTGB

RMTGB

The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys aims to relieve poverty and
advance education for children and young people. In addition to our main
grant-making work, we also support the exceptional talents of young people
and those who need financial assistance to embrace life-changing
opportunities. We award grants to both national and local children's charities
and provide in-kind support to our separate but subsidiary charity Lifelites.

RMTGB, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ
T: 020 7405 2644; F: 020 7831 4094; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; W: www.rmtgb.org

Supporting young people Stepping Stones was launched in 2010 by the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys to help support young people in their communities. Over the past five years, grants totalling more than £1.3 million…
Launching in 2016 In January, the Province of Durham launched its 2021 Festival Appeal for the RMTGB at the Sage Gateshead.  Provincial Grand Master Eric Heaviside said: ‘We come across many distressing cases of children who need our help.…
Now Jake’s ready for his close-up One trauma is more than enough for any child to deal with, but before Jake turned 16 he had experienced his parents’ divorce as well as his mother’s battles…
Annual General Meeting The RMTGB’s Annual General Meeting will be held at 11.30am on Monday, 5 October 2015 at the Novotel hotel, Southampton. To register to attend or to submit a postal vote on the proposals to…
Sheffield’s family focus The RMTGB’s Stepping Stones scheme has awarded grants totalling more than £260,000 to 12 charities, including Home-Start Sheffield, a regional branch of a national network of family support charities. Home-Start’s 110 volunteers…
Jayson on a roll for world record A drummer beat the world record for the longest single drum roll – but ended up in hospital as a result. Jayson Brinkler started the roll at 3am and…
Above and beyond Sharing a core belief in the importance of mutual respect and helping others, Freemasons are supporting The Scout Association as it takes its message to more young people, as Peter Watts discovers When Carlos Lopez-Plandolit took…

Playing for keeps

Friday, 05 June 2015
It’s show time An initiative to give disadvantaged young people the chance to fulfil their musical dreams and find employment is being supported through masonic funding, as Imogen Beecroft discovers Over in one corner of a room…
Skye pushes the limits with a smile Skye, the granddaughter of a Freemason, is 14 years old. She has Turner syndrome, a condition that affects growth and development, as well as mild autism and global development delay,…
In appreciation… The RMTGB has received the following letter from Graham, a Freemason from Surrey. The Trust has provided support for him and his family since January 2014: ‘I was made redundant in 2012, and…
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