Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

RMBI SHOWS JUST HOW MUCH IT CARES

Friday, 16 September 2011
The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) has offered a message of solidarity to residents of its care homes.News of the financial collapse of care-home provider Southern Cross, and of abuse at Winterbourne View, has shocked…
A severe drought is threatening the lives of more than 10 million people in the Horn of Africa, according to the United Nations humanitarian agency (OCHA). Poor rainfall in Somalia, Kenya, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Uganda,…

CARE AND SHARE

Friday, 16 September 2011
An innovative strategy is helping to improve quality of life for dementia sufferers by focusing on individual needs and sharing experiences Dementia is one of the most challenging issues society faces: in the UK, there…

STANDING STRONG

Friday, 16 September 2011
A struggling brother receives help in his time of needIf you have ever thought about getting help from the Masonic Samaritan Fund, John Collins can throw some light on how simple the process is. In…

CARING FOR THE CARERS

Friday, 16 September 2011
The Masonic Samaritan Fund provides much-needed support for unpaid carersIn 2001, the Census included, for the first time, a question on the provision of unpaid care. It revealed that 11 percent of the UK’s population…

COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS

Friday, 16 September 2011
In recent years, Freemasonry and Parkinson's UK have built a strong relationship to help deal with this degenerative condition at both a research and community level, as Matthew Scanlan reportsMost readers will have heard of…
Earlier in 2011, it was announced that the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) had been awarded a major grant of £50,000 from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity. The money is helping to fund research to prevent…
The Grand Charity has continued its work in supporting people affected by cancer by donating £117,000 to Marie Curie Cancer Care, to fund two Marie Curie Nurses in Kent, payable over three years. Marie Curie…

Harrow school fishing day

Monday, 04 July 2011
Harrow School was the venue for a day’s coarse fishing for 28 disabled and disadvantaged children from three local schools provided by the London branch of The Masonic Trout and Salmon Fishing Charity (MTSFC) Sponsored…
In response to the severe earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, the President of the Grand Charity approved an emergency grant of £30,000 to the British Red Cross to assist with their recovery appeal Around 148…
Page 32 of 34

ugle logo          SGC logo