Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Helping Jack stay positive  The masonic charities are helping to keep a teenager mobile as he lives with a progressive neuromuscular condition Jack is 15 years old and has Becker Muscular Dystrophy, a life-limiting condition that causes muscle…
Formative years The Masonic Charitable Foundation’s Chief Executive David Innes looks forward to the challenges ahead for the new charity The creation of the new Masonic Charitable Foundation is a significant milestone in the evolution of benevolent…
Instantly recognisable To promote the launch of the new Masonic Charitable Foundation in April 2016, the charity has produced an exclusive lapel pin. The Foundation will bring together the work of the four central masonic…
After the floods - Freemasons of Yorkshire, North & East Ridings donate a further £25,000 to the Two Ridings Community Foundation Flood Appeal in York We can all remember the sight, over Christmas 2015/New Year…
A better life As the Masonic Charitable Foundation builds on a proud history laid down by the four charities, two families tell their stories about the masonic support they have received When the Masonic Charitable…
National children’s technology charity Lifelites launches new fundraising video featuring Patron Dame Esther Rantzen Lifelites is extremely grateful for her support and is delighted to welcome Dame Esther as their newest advocate and as the face…
The Freemasons’ Grand Charity has donated to English National Ballet to support their pioneering work with people living with Parkinson’s across the country. The £30,000 grant will enable English National Ballet to deliver the Dance…
Medical opinion From Alzheimer’s and diabetes to prosthetic limbs, local medical research projects have been chosen by Freemasons across the UK to receive grants of up to £100,000. Peter Watts finds out how the voting worked In 2015,…
£30,000 given to support those affected by Cumbria floods The Freemasons' Grand Charity has donated £25,000 to the Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund 2015. The emergency grant will support individuals and families who suffer financial hardship…
National children’s technology charity made 2015 Nominet 100 On the 9th December 2015, Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech-for-good funder, announced that children’s technology charity Lifelites has been named among the 2015 Nominet Trust 100…
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