Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

A better life As the Masonic Charitable Foundation builds on a proud history laid down by the four charities, two families tell their stories about the masonic support they have received When the Masonic Charitable…
Lifelites, the national charity dedicated to providing fun and educational technology for life-limited children, is now able to assist 40 children’s hospices thanks in no small part to the continued support of Freemasons. Donations have…
Stronger voice Chief Executive of the Masonic Charitable Foundation David Innes explains how he intends to use the leadership and operational expertise he gained in the military to take the new charity forward What did you do…

Technology boost for hospices

Thursday, 15 March 2012
Lifelites, the children’s technology charity, has expanded its operations, picking up several awards and securing record funds in the process A subsidiary of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB), Lifelites donates packages…
On medical grounds Freemasonry is helping to fund pioneering work into lung cancer and leukaemia treatments. Aileen Scoular found out more at the UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust When 18-year-old Gareth King was diagnosed with…

A Leap of Faith

Sunday, 07 October 2012
Every Essex jumper literally took a step into the unknown, a leap of faith: three words that can mean so much when stepping off a crane into thin air with only a cord as your…
Stay, play and learn Lifelites, a subsidiary charity of the RMTGB, provides fun and educational technology to the 9,000 children who stay, play and learn in all 49 of the UK’s baby and children’s hospices.…
Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer of Masonic Charitable Foundation announced In his speech at today's Quarterly Communication of Grand Lodge, the Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes confirmed the appointments of first Chief Executive and Chief…
Giving continuity Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes explains how the new Masonic Charitable Foundation will offer support and services to those who need help In December 2014, I announced that the Grand Master’s Council and the Provincial Grand…
Lifelites in game-changing project Games can change the world, as a new project from London South Bank University (LSBU) and children’s charity Lifelites has proved. Enable Gaming challenges students on a BA (Hons) Game Cultures course…
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