Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

LIFELITES is giving one lucky bookworm the chance to win The Ultimate Library of 100 signed books The prize, which is a once in a lifetime opportunity, will be given away as part of an…
RW Bro David Hagger, Provincial Grand Masterfor Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons, visited the headquarters of Lifelites on Wednesday 15th December 2016 for a demonstration of some of the equipment that is provided by the charity…
Could you be a superhero for the day and run for Lifelites, the charity which donates specialist technology packages to terminally ill and disabled children? The charity has places in the Superhero Run, which takes…

Giving a voice

Monday, 12 December 2016
Giving a voice The Choir with No Name puts on weekly singing groups and meals for the UK’s homeless and socially excluded. Emilee Tombs went along to a rehearsal to find out how the Masonic…

Time to share

Monday, 12 December 2016
While financial support is invaluable for charities, hands-on help provides assistance of a different kind. Steven Short examines the importance of Freemasons rolling up their sleeves and giving their time to good causes The Masonic…

Life in motion

Monday, 12 December 2016
Whole new world Life changed for Finley when he took possession of a Wizzybug. Glyn Brown finds out how masonic funding is giving more children like Finley the mobility to explore If you can’t move properly,…
Devonshire Court was opened on the 2nd of November 1966 by the Late Queen Mother It was the first of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) purpose built homes to be opened after a period…
£50,000 donation in wake of Hurricane Matthew The Masonic Charitable Foundation has donated £50,000 to the Red Cross relief effort in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica and the Bahamas, in the wake of devastation caused…
Bringing eye care into focus The Masonic Charitable Foundation has provided £44,608 to SeeAbility’s Children in Focus Campaign to transform eye care at schools for children with learning disabilities over the next two years. SeeAbility,…
Tackling food waste in the West Midlands One of the first major grants awarded by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) has gone to FareShare West Midlands. John Hayward, Provincial Charity Steward for Warwickshire, visited the…
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