Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Perfect arrangement Musicians such as Phoebe Gorry are bringing comfort to vulnerable adults right across the country. Masonic funding will allow Music in Hospitals to find an even bigger audience, as Matt Timms finds out…

Masonic funding is building bridges

Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Thanks to masonic funding, more WellChild Nurses like Rachel Gregory can help young people with exceptional health needs move from hospitals back into their homes, as Steven Short learns Yesterday I travelled to deepest Lincolnshire…
A core part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation’s work focuses on supporting educational opportunities for children and grandchildren of Freemasons who are under 25 years old and in full-time education Learning is a crucial part…
A dementia support house has been opened at the RMBI’s Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court care home in Mid Glamorgan, South Wales, following a £300,000 donation from the Province The new dementia support house,…
Breaking down barriers to learning for disadvantaged children, education charity Achievement for All has received its largest ever donation from the MCF The Masonic Charitable Foundation has awarded a £240,000 grant to Achievement for All.…

New apprentices for York Minster

Tuesday, 12 September 2017
The ongoing restoration and maintenance of York Minster is in safe hands, thanks to new stonemasonry apprenticeships funded by the MCF Three apprenticeships are being introduced over three years at York Minster with the support…
Over the past few months, the MCF has travelled up and down the country attending events to celebrate the Tercentenary year From fun days to horse races, open days to classic car rallies, Masonic Charitable…
Encouraged by Freemasons’ engagement with the MCF over the past few months, the charity’s Chief Executive David Innes looks forward to the rest of this Tercentenary year One of the major initiatives to commemorate the…

West Kent backs Lifelites

Friday, 01 September 2017
Terminally ill and disabled children at the Demelza children’s hospice in south-east London have received a brand-new package of assistive technology worth £50,000, thanks to West Kent Freemasons’ support of specialist technology charity Lifelites Lifelites…
Ewan Gordon and Oxfordshire Provincial Junior Grand Warden Dale Osborne clocked up the miles in the name of charity, as they walked from Oxford to Freemasons’ Hall The intrepid pair started their journey on Saturday…
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