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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

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WORCESTERSHIRE DIGS DEEP

Friday, 16 September 2011
The Province of Worcestershire celebrated raising over £1.6 million to support the RMTGB at a glittering event attended by more than 700 brethren and their wives and partners. The evening, held at the International Convention…

COUNTING THE COSTS OF A RECESSION

Friday, 16 September 2011
Children missing out as masonic families struggle to cope with the prolonged economic downturn The effects of the recession are still being felt by many masonic families. Enclosed with this edition of Freemasonry Today is…

New President for Old Masonians

Friday, 16 September 2011
Les Hutchinson, chief executive of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB), has been invested as president of the Old Masonians Association (OMA)The OMA, which currently has about 1,000 members, keeps alive the…
TalentAid, a scheme launched by the RMTGB to support the ambitions of talented young people, celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. The scheme was established in 2001 in response to a growing awareness that some…
It was Stuart's many years in the Petitions Department which allowed him to witness the modernisation of the RMTGB For most of the RMTGB’s 220-year history, its work has focussed directly on providing an education…
Growing up in poverty can reduce a child’s educational attainment and be harmful to their health. Stepping Stones, a new scheme launched by the RMTGB, provides grants to other registered charities seeking to alleviate poverty…
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…
As the long-term effects of the recent recession continue to create financial hardship for many families, the impact on young people is becoming more apparent. Applications for the RMTGB’s support have grown dramatically throughout the…
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