Celebrating 300 years
RMTGB

RMTGB

The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys aims to relieve poverty and
advance education for children and young people. In addition to our main
grant-making work, we also support the exceptional talents of young people
and those who need financial assistance to embrace life-changing
opportunities. We award grants to both national and local children's charities
and provide in-kind support to our separate but subsidiary charity Lifelites.

RMTGB, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ
T: 020 7405 2644; F: 020 7831 4094; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; W: www.rmtgb.org

Within these four walls Every day, the RMTGB’s welfare team travel the UK to help young people achieve their potential. Tabby Kinder goes on the road with Julia Young to visit the Stiles family and…
In June, one hundred and eighty masons and their families attended the Annual General Meeting and Court of the RMTGB The event took place in the RMTGB’s two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary year at the…
Stepping stones for disadvantaged children The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) has awarded grants amounting to £100,000 to seven charities that are working to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young …
Conference highlights online fundraising In July, the central masonic charities held their first Fundraising Conference. The event, which took place in Nottingham, brought together the biannual Provincial Grand Charity Stewards Conference and the Festival Forum…
Continuing Ruspini’s legacy In March, the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) celebrated its 225th anniversary at its annual Ruspini Luncheon, an event commemorating the vision and legacy of the trust’s founder, Chevalier…
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…
World’s biggest jump AIDS festival A Hampshire and Isle of Wight mason has conquered the world’s highest bungee jump to raise a significant amount for the 2016 Festival in support of the Royal Masonic Trust…
Aiding youth potential in Nottingham The RMTGB is helping young people achieve qualifications by supporting SkillForce The RMTGB has awarded a grant of £30,000 to SkillForce, a national charity that provides an activity-based alternative curriculum…
Annual review highlights RMTGB scope Providing practical educational support for young people facing family trauma or bereavement For the first time in recent years, the RMTGB is providing help to more than two thousand children…
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.…
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