The Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) is looking for volunteers to serve as Trustees. While the main requirement is enthusiasm for the work of the charity, the MSF is also looking to complement and expand the skills and experience currently available.
The MSF is hoping to appoint volunteers with experience in health and social care (specifically but not exclusively cancer care, ophthalmology and social care), or charity law. However, if your experience lies in other areas and you would like to volunteer as a Trustee, please do contact the MSF.
While the majority of Trustees are serving Freemasons this is not a requirement for all posts. With approximately 50 per cent of the grants awarded by the fund being offered to the wives, widows and dependants of Freemasons, it is hoped to attract both male and female Trustees. With support and training provided, the volunteer will typically be expected to commit to an average of one day per month, with the majority of meetings held in London. Trustees are unpaid, although reasonable expenses are reimbursed.