Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Showing that Freemasonry Cares

Thursday, 06 June 2013
Helping Freemasons and their dependants to access the financial, healthcare and family support available to them from the masonic charities, Freemasonry Cares was the subject of a joint forum meeting. It was presented by the…
The cooking connection From prawn cocktail to chicken tikka masala, the Recipes and Reminiscences cookbook provides an insight into UK diets over the past five decades. Anneke Hak finds that it is also connecting older…
Help for Welsh flood victims The small picturesque cathedral city of St Asaph and the market town of Ruthin in North Wales suffered devastating floods when the rivers Elwy and Clwyd burst their banks, following…
New heights for air ambulance The Freemasons’ Grand Charity has announced its first large grant of the year: £192,000 for air ambulance charities. Freemasons have been regular supporters of air ambulance charities since 2007, donating…
Helping hospices with more than £10 million Hospice charitable support is close to the heart of Freemasons’ community work and that of the Grand Charity. In 1984, a major project was conceived that would provide…
Scouting celebration The Freemasons’ Grand Charity will be hosting a stand on 7 September at one of the biggest events in the Scouting calendar, the Reunion, which is at Gilwell Park Scout Activity Centre. Join…
Website brings friends together The Friends of the RMBI has launched a new website for the 2013 Annual Charity Ball. The website supported ticket sales for the annual event, as well as bringing together all…
Exploring care home quality RMBI care homes exceed the national standard in high-quality care and satisfaction of residents. The RMBI has published the results of its 2012 Customer Satisfaction Survey, which polls residents of RMBI’s…
World’s biggest jump AIDS festival A Hampshire and Isle of Wight mason has conquered the world’s highest bungee jump to raise a significant amount for the 2016 Festival in support of the Royal Masonic Trust…
Aiding youth potential in Nottingham The RMTGB is helping young people achieve qualifications by supporting SkillForce The RMTGB has awarded a grant of £30,000 to SkillForce, a national charity that provides an activity-based alternative curriculum…
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