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Masonic Samaritan Fund

Masonic Samaritan Fund

The Masonic Samaritan Fund is a charity funded by Freemasons and their families.

It provides grants to eligible beneficiaries who have an identified health or care need and, faced with a long wait for treatment, care or support, are unable to afford their own private care.

Details of the eligibility criteria, the application process and how to support their work are available at www.msfund.org.uk

Masonic Samaritan Fund, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ
T: 020 7404 1550; F: 020 7404 1544; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; W: www.msfund.org.uk

Masonic Samaritan Fund, a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England. Company number 6876310, Charity Number 1130424.

Welsh vote for Tenovus The Masonic Samaritan Fund has donated £89,000 to Wales’ leading cancer charity, Tenovus Cancer Care, which will use the donation to help fund a groundbreaking new research project. Clare Gallie, director of income…
Blood test for Alzheimer’s Oxfordshire Freemasons have presented a Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) grant of £100,000 to Alzheimer’s Research UK to help them fund research into new dementia diagnosis tools. The expert research team, led by…
Silver Jubilee for medical research The Masonic Samaritan Fund has marked its 25th anniversary by donating a combined £1.125 million to 13 medical research charities Freemasons across England and Wales nominated the worthy recipients of the MSF Silver…
Medical opinion From Alzheimer’s and diabetes to prosthetic limbs, local medical research projects have been chosen by Freemasons across the UK to receive grants of up to £100,000. Peter Watts finds out how the voting worked In 2015,…
Pioneering cancer research The Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) has donated £47,500 to Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) following the Bradford Crocus Cancer Appeal, which enabled the University of Bradford’s Institute of Cancer Therapeutics (ICT) to purchase a proteomics mass…
Charity awarded £89,000 following poll of local Freemasons who nominated them to receive the grant Tenovus Cancer Care’s project is one of thirteen medical research studies the Masonic Samaritan Fund has supported this year as…
Oxfordshire Freemasons have presented a Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) grant of £100,000 to Alzheimer’s Research UK to help them fund pioneering research into new tools for dementia diagnosis. Alzheimer’s is the leading cause of dementia…
Up and running When Freemason Geoff Cousen suffered two strokes, it was the MSF’s support that enabled him to return home. His daughter Sue tells Imogen Beecroft how taking on an ultra marathon in the Lake District…
Howzat for a charity fundraiser? The Province of West Kent organised the ideal opportunity to celebrate raising £3.25 million for the MSF at its Howzat! Festival day. The event featured a charity cricket match as well…
2020 vision in Herefordshire The Province of Herefordshire has officially launched its 2020 Festival Appeal by presenting an initial donation of £45,000 to the Masonic Samaritan Fund. Herefordshire Provincial Grand Master the Rev David Bowen opened…
Jubilee research votes counted To celebrate 25 years of generous donations from the masonic community, the MSF is awarding £1 million in medical research grants across England and Wales. Freemasons were invited by the Fund…
Festival target smashed by £1m West Kent’s Festival for the Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) has exceeded its target by more than £1 million, with the grand total of £3,253,148 announced in the presence of Deputy…
Father inspires marathon effort in Paris A Freemason’s son was inspired to take on the 26-mile Paris Marathon by his father’s dedication to supporting the Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF). Elliot Mason’s father, Robert, is a…
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