Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry cares for individuals and charities through a wide range of help and support given by Masonic Charities

Fraternity without limits Freemason Jason Liversidge may be living with motor neurone disease, but he's not letting it hold him back from any challenge When asked what motivates him, Jason Liversidge has no hesitation. ‘It’s…
Milton Keynes Food Bank has received a donation of £3,000 from Buckinghamshire Freemasons A certificate for the funds, donated via the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), was presented by Andrew Hough, MCF representative, and Mike Clanfield, Provincial…
Supportive sailors in Lincoln have transformed a £25,000 Tercentenary donation from the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) into a specialist pontoon and a safety boat to transform the way it can help disabled people on to the…
An East Lancashire Masonic Charity (ELMC) grant of £4,650 is the first contribution to a million-pound appeal by East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust’s ELHT&ME charity Launched at a breakfast reception, the appeal will focus on…
Food for thought With funding from the Freemasons, Magic Breakfast wants to give underprivileged children in the north west of England the right ingredients to start their day 'In the sixth richest economy in the…
Canine connection A dog can help an autistic child feel less stressed and make everyday activities a bit easier. Aileen Scoular explains how a grant from the MCF to Dogs for Good is allowing more families to…
A place for missing men With bereaved men often finding it difficult to seek emotional support, hands-on initiatives like DIY workshops are providing sanctuaries where they can open up. Steven Short finds out how the MCF is…
Homelessness is on the rise, with more than 300,000 people  in Britain homeless today – that’s one in every 200 people It’s easy to presume that a person is only homeless if they’re sleeping under…
Just one of the thousands of children of Freemasons supported by the MCF when life took a turn for the worse, Liz Willingham reflects on how different her life might have been without the support…
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