Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

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…
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…
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…
Patrick Dunachie, a student at Hereford Cathedral School, has benefitted from a Chorister Scholarship from the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys since the age of seven, and now has a place to read…
Forum highlights professionalism An array of masonic fundraising talent gathered at Freemasons’ Hall in October for the 2012 Festival Forum, an annual event organised by the RMTGB on behalf of the four central masonic charities…
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…
How the Masonic Samaritan Fund is giving a new lease of life to a Leicester couple... Sue Jacobs suffers from lymphedema and spinal stenosis, which causes persistent agonising pain and weakness in her lower back. She…
The UK’s party mood, evident throughout the summer of 2012, continued as the Province of Warwickshire celebrated the finale of their Festival on behalf of the MSF. Provincial Grand Master David Macey handed over a…
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