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RMBI

At the RMBI, we care for older Freemasons and their families as well as some people in the community. Caring has been our way of life since 1842 and we provide a home for over 1,000 people across England and Wales – while supporting many more.

Whether people need residential or nursing care, specialist dementia support or day services, we care for them professionally and kindly. We treat people as individuals – and we work together with everyone to design a care plan that meets their needs and allows them to experience wellbeing and meaningfulness.

Those members of the Masonic community who choose an RMBI Home have the security of knowing that they have a home for life, even if their financial circumstances – as long as we can still support their needs.

The RMBI is one of four central Masonic Charities that support Freemasons and their families through donations from the Masonic community. You can find out more about the support, advice and funding available at: The Freemasons' Grand Charity, Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, Masonic Samaritan Fund, Freemasonry Cares.

RMBI, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ 
T: 020 7596 2400; F: 020 7404 0724; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; W: www.rmbi.org.uk

Open sesame We live in a technology-driven society that takes instant access and interaction with the rest of the world for granted. Tabby Kinder finds out how the RMBI is helping the older generation cross the…
The Grand Master, HRH The Duke of Kent, has opened the RMBI’s fully refurbished, state-of-the-art care home at James Terry Court in Croydon Also at the ceremony were the Mayor, Cllr Yvette Hopley, residents of…
Fun and games at Cadogan Court Elderly masons and their dependants residing at RMBI care home Cadogan Court in Exeter were joined by Exeter University staff for a 1950s themed fun day. Every year, the…
Care home celebrates two special birthdays In September, an RMBI care home in Mid Glamorgan celebrated its fortieth anniversary and the one-hundredth birthday of resident Lina Joshua. To mark the anniversary, Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court care…
Recipes and Reminiscences The RMBI is delighted to announce a special promotion of its unique recipe book, Recipes and Reminiscences. In time for the festive season, the RMBI has published a limited-edition Christmas recipe card to…
Care homes open their doors A new initiative is aiming to connect care homes with their local communities, challenge misconceptions and tackle the social isolation felt by many old and vulnerable people. RRMBI care homes…
Duke opens rebuilt croydon care home HRH The Duke of Kent, Grand President of the RMBI, has opened the charity’s state-of-the-art new care home at James Terry Court, Croydon Following more than three years of…
The long march to Llandudno Lest it be thought that senior masons everywhere are content to sit back and let the youngsters bear the brunt of the fund raising stunts, here is an account of…
The cooking connection From prawn cocktail to chicken tikka masala, the Recipes and Reminiscences cookbook provides an insight into UK diets over the past five decades. Anneke Hak finds that it is also connecting older…
Website brings friends together The Friends of the RMBI has launched a new website for the 2013 Annual Charity Ball. The website supported ticket sales for the annual event, as well as bringing together all…
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