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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

Youth support The RMTGB Stepping Stones scheme aims to help young people by breaking the link between poverty and the lack of access to education Through its Stepping Stones scheme, the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls…
Marathon man In April, veteran marathon runner and mason John Lill will be taking part in the London Marathon to raise funds for the 2020 Festival in support of the RMTGB. John’s participation in the world’s…
Have your say Following discussions aimed at bringing the central masonic charities closer together, the trustees will be consulting members and inviting them to consider proposed constitutional changes affecting the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys.…
State of independence Life-limited and disabled children are exploring the world in new ways thanks to cutting-edge technology provided by Lifelites. Imogen Beecroft talks to Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy about its work and masonic origins When Daniel…
Great expectations A unique masonic building in central London is enabling young people to take advantage of learning, training and work opportunities in the capital. Tabby Kinder steps inside Ruspini House Hidden between the brick façades of central London’s…
Greg plays an ace Encouragement and support from the RMTGB helped Greg Boxer to pursue his tennis ambitions In 2002 Greg Boxer, then thirteen years old, was a young, talented tennis player whose exceptional abilities secured…
More than a video game GamesAid support for Lifelites will push boundaries when it comes to providing technology in children’s hospices Lifelites has been chosen to receive an award of £62,571 from GamesAid, a video games…
Quarterly Communication 10 September 2014 A talk by Mike Woodcock, President of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, and Chairman of Lifelites Trustees, and Simone Enefer-Doy, Chief Executive of Lifelites Mike Woodcock: MW Pro Grand Master,…
Hands-on help  in the garden Every child loves to play outdoors, particularly during the summer. However, for seven-year-old William, who suffers from autism and asthma, this simple pleasure hasn’t always been possible William also shows violent…
RMTGB honours founder Ruspini On 5 March, the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) held a church service to dedicate a memorial tablet in honour of its founder, Chevalier Bartholomew Ruspini, at his burial…
TalentAid celebrates first Olympian Earlier this year, the impact of the RMTGB’s TalentAid scheme was demonstrated when Lloyd Jones – a former beneficiary – took part in the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games mixed ice dancing with his partner…
Summer grants Children love the school holidays, but for many families the long summer break can be a financial struggle. That’s why, each summer, the RMTGB provides grants of up to £175 to children from masonic families…
Making an impact The RMTGB has given a grant to Helping Hands, which coordinates local volunteers to improve the quality of life for sick children As part of its Stepping Stones scheme, the RMTGB awarded a…
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