Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Research pioneers

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
How the Masonic Samaritan Fund is now supporting vital areas of medical researchWorking in close co-operation with the Grand Charity, the MSF Trustees consider requests for grants in support of medical research. Fight for Sight,…

Welcome and thanks

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
The MSF always enjoys visitors and was very pleased to recently welcome two beneficiaries who made the trip to show their gratitude to the staff for the support they had received throughout their critical surgical…

New scouting opportunities

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
The Scouts can look forward to increased membership thanks to a generous donation from the Grand CharityIn 2008, the Grand Charity donated £500,000 to The Scout Association with the aim of helping to encourage more…

Clarabelle the Tuk-Tuk

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
An unusual method of advertising Freemasonry in the community has been organised by the Province of Hampshire and Isle of Wight – a runaround tuk-tuk vehicle affectionately known as Clarabelle. The vehicle was found wasting…

promoting student values

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Year 10 students from The Beaconsfield School have won £5,000 in the ihelp competition, organised by Buckinghamshire Freemasons, for running sporting activities that suit vulnerable adults in care homes in the area. The two-hour-long games…
Reach for the sky Balancing the demands of homework while performing in a West End show, Blaze and his mother Sarah have their work cut out for them. Sophie Radice finds out how Case Almoner…

Holding court in Devon

Wednesday, 14 December 2011
Freemasons and their families gathered on the Devon coast, together with local dignitaries and members of the public, to attend the largest ever Annual General Meeting and General Court held by the RMTGB.In recent years,…
Phase 1 of the re-build at RMBI care home James Terry Court, Croydon has been officially opened. The event was attended by over 40 representatives from the Province of Surrey, the Association of Friends and…
Mrs Olive Pheasant, resident at RMBI care home Prince George Duke of Kent Court, Kent was the first prize lucky winner of an hour's flight in a two seater Chipmunk plane. The flight took place…
High quality care provision is a key priority for the RMBI and as such the RMBI conducts annual satisfaction surveys at all of its care homes to assess and measure the satisfaction levels of people…
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