Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Karen Shepperdson, Deputy Home Manager at Lord Harris Court, Berkshire, will be the RMBI’s first runner in the London Marathon.     Karen is an experienced Marathon runner and has fundraised for the RMBI before, raising funds…
A celebratory dinner was held to mark the end of the Durham Festival which was attended by the Deputy Grand Master, the Mayors of Durham and Sunderland, and over 400 Freemasons and their partners as…
At a time of increasing demand (in 2010 more grants were awarded than in any year since the Fund was established), it is immensely satisfying to know that all those who receive support from the…
There are a number of causes of particular importance to the Masonic community, but one that stands out is help for Services personnel. Since 2008, the Grand Charity has donated £650,000 to charities that support…

Moroccan Marathon

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
Carl Gair Was Never Going To Give Up On The Marathon Des SablesI started running again in the summer of 2008. I had run in my youth but work commitments and family had put paid…
Masons worldwide have rallied round following the earthquake on a magnitude of 7.1 on the Richter Scale on New Zealand’s South Island last September.     Geoff Rowe, District Grand Master, South Island, set up a special…

Bringing Hope To Haiti

Wednesday, 01 December 2010
Masons Fund School Rebuilding ProjectFollowing the Haiti earthquake in January 2010, the masonic community rallied together to provide emergency funding, including an immediate £30,000 donation by the Grand Charity. A Relief Chest was opened by…

£250,000 Grand Charity Aid For Forces

Wednesday, 01 September 2010
A new annual grant initiative is being provided by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity - £250,000 to a major national charity, the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help. The money is to be…
District Grand Masters and their accompanying officers, who were in London for the Grand Investiture in April, met the four central masonic charities.     The event provided an introduction to ‘Freemasonry Cares’, the charities’ joint communications…
The Freemasons’ Grand Charity was one of the first organisations to issue an immediate £25,000 to the British Red Cross Pakistan Flood Appeal – one of the largest initial pledges the Red Cross received within…
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