Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Charity Commission

Wednesday, 06 March 2013
Charity Commission Charities: THE BOYS' SPECIAL FUND (285836-2) and THE GIRLS’ SPECIAL FUND (285836-3) The Commission proposes to make a Scheme (a legal document) for these charities. The Scheme will merge the charities with THE…
Wiltshire Freemasons presented a cheque for £30,000 to a south Wiltshire based charity to expand a service trialled locally to help families affected by substance abuse. East Knoyle and Cloud's House is home to local charity Action on…
Putting the pieces back together A new way of treating dementia recommends that you concentrate on creating the best possible quality of life for people. Andrew Gimson finds out how RMBI homes are pioneering groundbreaking…
Somerset and Dorset Freemasons have each presented the local Air Ambulance with a grant of £4,000 from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, part of the total of over £1 million donated by the charity since 2007,…
SkillForce makes a difference A team of students from Fareham worked tirelessly as part of the SkillForce 24 Hours to Make a Difference challenge, with the task of refurbishing North West Fareham Community Centre in…
Grand Charity goes outward bound The Outward Bound Trust has received a grant of £30,000 from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity which, since 1985, has donated over £250,000 in total. The grant helps fund bursaries that…
Raising the bar in Cambridgeshire The twenty-seventh annual Festival for The Freemasons’ Grand Charity was held in September at Queens’ College, Cambridge, under the presidency of Rodney Wolverson, Provincial Grand Master of Cambridgeshire. Pro Grand…

Thanks to Roger Freeman

Friday, 14 December 2012
Thanks to Roger Freeman Retiring this month, Roger Freeman is returning home to Cornwall after five years managing the Masonic Relief Grants team at the Grand Charity office in Freemasons’ Hall, London. Roger has been…
Flying high – the butterfly kite mark In recognition of their excellent care for people with dementia, five RMBI homes have been awarded the Butterfly Service status kite mark The RMBI is committed to making…
A friend in need The RMBI needs continuous financial support to carry out its invaluable work The RMBI helps around 400 older Freemasons and their dependants each year, supporting people who are unable to pay…
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