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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.

With half a million people in the UK living with Alzheimer’s, the Masonic Samaritan Fund and The Freemasons’ Grand Charity have been united in their desire to support groundbreaking research that will help identify new…
Fight for sight A grant funded entirely through donations made by Freemasons and their families will aid pioneering research that could restore sight The Masonic Samaritan Fund has provided a grant of £91,500 to eye disorder charity Fight…
Derbyshire’s festival finale Freemasons and their families in Derbyshire have made a £2.4 million donation to the MSF after a six-year fundraising appeal More than eight hundred Derbyshire Freemasons and guests gathered at the magnificent Devonshire…
Freemasons and their families in Derbyshire have made a donation of over £2.4 million to the Masonic Samaritan Fund The Province of Derbyshire raised this magnificent figure following their six year Festival Appeal Over 800…
Lifting the worry Each year, the Masonic Samaritan Fund and individual lodges contribute to prostate cancer research. The moving story of Freemason Ian Mcilquham and his family shows why this support is so vital, writes Andrew Gimson In…
A break from the routine The MSF recognises how important it is for full-time carers to make time for themselves, both for the sake of their own health and to give them the energy to…
Research funded by the Masonic Samaritan Fund has successfully developed a blood test that could predict whether someone with early memory problems will develop Alzheimer’s within a year The MSF awarded £181,723 to Alzheimer’s Research UK in 2011…
A tribute to Hugh Stubbs It is with great sadness that the Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) reports the passing of Hugh Stubbs. Following a short illness, he passed away on 31 January 2014. Hugh was first…
Counselling careline demand The MSF Counselling Careline was launched in January 2013 in order to help people negotiate change in their lives and proactively deal with problems. Following a bereavement, or perhaps retirement, redundancy or family…
During 2013, the Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) announced that small grants are available to fund initial consultations and occupational therapist assessments for those waiting in excess of eight weeks on the NHS or local authority Since…
Looking to the future The Masonic Samaritan Fund is supporting treatment and research into curing complex medical conditions The majority of the MSF’s grant-making is to cover the associated costs of a diagnosed health or care…
Dr Shamima Rahman is pioneering a new means of diagnosis that is opening up astonishing prospects in understanding a devastating hereditary condition. Andrew Gimson finds out how the Masonic Samaritan Fund became involved Aged just thirty-nine, Jason…
Cornwall digs deep for Samaritan Fund There has been a magnificent effort by the Province of Cornwall in raising £1,876,879 in its Festival on behalf of the Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF). Provincial Grand Master Peter George commented,…
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