Association for Social Health in India: women's refuge in Bombay helped by Masonic Samaritan Fund

Friday, 14 December 2012

Helping women in Bombay

During a recent visit to the District of Bombay, Richard Douglas, Masonic Samaritan Fund Chief Executive, saw clear evidence that Freemasonry does care. Richard witnessed an example of the help provided by local masons through Haig-Brown Lodge, No. 3829, which supports the Goa branch of the Association for Social Health in India, a refuge for women of all ages. Lodge members donated water purification equipment and dried food for use by the residents.

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