The Official Journal of the United Grand Lodge of England
The Grand Charity

The Grand Charity

The Freemasons’ Grand Charity is a grant-making charity dedicated to supporting people in need. Each year the charity provides relief grants for hundreds of Freemasons and their dependants, as well as donating millions of pounds to national charities. The Charity is continuing a commitment to charitable support that began nearly 300 years ago in the earliest days of organised Freemasonry.

The Charity also operates the Relief Chest Scheme, helping the Craft to donate to charity easily and tax-effectively.

Further information can be found at: www.grandcharity.org

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£33k raised for Nepal Earthquake Appeal so far In response to members of the Craft and the extent of the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal, the Council of The Freemasons’ Grand Charity opened a…
In response to members of the Craft and the extent of the devastation caused by the earthquake in Nepal, the Council of The Freemasons’ Grand Charity has opened a dedicated Relief Chest (E0129D) This centrally…
The Freemasons' Grand Charity has donated £50,000 to the Red Cross in response to the earthquake that has devastated Nepal this weekend So far it has been reported that over 3,700 people have been killed…
The Freemasons' Grand Charity has donated £20,000 in emergency aid following the severe tropical cyclone which hit Vanuatu in the South Pacific on Saturday, via the Red Cross The cyclone has cause widespread destruction to one…
The caring community David Maddern and Geoff Tuck discuss the importance of the Grand Charity in bringing Freemasonry to a wider audience Charitable giving has been a masonic tradition from the earliest days of Freemasonry, three hundred…
Stronger than any disaster It has been more than a year since one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded tore across the Philippines. Peter Watts reports on how Freemasons came together to help to…
A sense of loyalty Secretary of the Grand Charity Richard Camm-Jones has spent forty-seven years working in Freemasons’ Hall, walking its corridors and discovering its grand rooms. He reflects on the people and places that have shaped…
East Kent goes the extra mile After five years of dedicated fundraising, the Provincial Grand Lodge of East Kent celebrated the close of its 2014 Festival for The Freemasons’ Grand Charity East Kent announced that more than £3.65 million had…
Learning to explore Powered wheelchairs are enabling young children with mobility-restrictive conditions to explore and learn Children under the age of five with conditions that restrict mobility, such as cerebral palsy or spinal muscular atrophy,…
Specialist care for Parkinson’s People living with Parkinson’s in East Lancashire now have access to a specialist nurse thanks to a £90,000 donation from the Grand Charity. Parkinson’s can make simple, everyday activities difficult for the 127,000 people…
Lift for Somerset air ambulances Somerset Freemasons have presented Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance with a £2,000 grant from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, part of more than £1.5 million donated by the charity since 2007,…
Cure and care By funding groundbreaking medical research and supporting the care and treatment of cancer sufferers, Freemasons make a real contribution towards fighting the disease Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed…
Grand Master, HRH The Duke of Kent, visited the Royal Hospital Chelsea to open a newly refurbished berth funded by a £50,000 donation from the Grand Charity made in 2009 This grant was approved by the…
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