Middlesex Freemasons raise an incredible £4.5 million for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys

Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Middlesex Freemasons have raised an incredible sum of £4.5 million for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB)

The announcement made by the Pro Provincial Grand Master of Middlesex Freemasons Peter Baker confirmed the fundraising total on a webcast on 4th April 2020. The money was raised over a period of five years but also by charity events supported by members and their families and from donations by Freemasons in other Provinces.

The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) charity supports around 10,000 children who have no connection to Freemasonry but are educationally disadvantaged. This is an addition to children who during the past five years have been supported to the tune of over £500,000. The aim of the RMTGB is to ensure that poverty does not impact on a child’s welfare and education.

Peter Baker thanked the Freemasons of Middlesex for their support on behalf of thousands of disadvantaged children who would benefit from this Charity.

The Province of Middlesex falls within the former County boundaries of Middlesex and has Centres at Southgate (London Borough of Enfield), Harrow (London Borough of Harrow), Uxbridge (London Borough of Hillingdon) and Twickenham (London Borough of Richmond and Twickenham).

 

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