Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

GREAT BRITISH CARE The RMBI was delighted to be recognised for a second time at the Great British Care Awards last year with seven shortlisted nominations, and for the first time in the Third Sector Care Awards…
Investing in the future RMBI care homes Queen Elizabeth Court in Llandudno and Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford have been recognised with a prestigious award for their care of people living with dementia…
Fight for sight A grant funded entirely through donations made by Freemasons and their families will aid pioneering research that could restore sight The Masonic Samaritan Fund has provided a grant of £91,500 to eye disorder charity Fight…
The caring community David Maddern and Geoff Tuck discuss the importance of the Grand Charity in bringing Freemasonry to a wider audience Charitable giving has been a masonic tradition from the earliest days of Freemasonry, three hundred…
Helping together In an open letter, the presidents and chief executives of the four masonic charities explain how combining their efforts under a single entity will enable better support for masons, their families and the…
Meeting of minds Thanks to the research of Professor Susan Short, doctors could be using a common cold virus to shrink deadly brain tumours within five years. Sarah Holmes finds out how the Freemasons are…
State of independence Life-limited and disabled children are exploring the world in new ways thanks to cutting-edge technology provided by Lifelites. Imogen Beecroft talks to Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy about its work and masonic origins When Daniel…
Lift for Somerset air ambulances Somerset Freemasons have presented Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance with a £2,000 grant from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, part of more than £1.5 million donated by the charity since 2007,…
On their bikes at Connaught Court Connaught Court, the RMBI home at York, has teamed up with Get Cycling to take residents with dementia on weekly companion cycle rides, part funded by the locally based…
Specialist care for Parkinson’s People living with Parkinson’s in East Lancashire now have access to a specialist nurse thanks to a £90,000 donation from the Grand Charity. Parkinson’s can make simple, everyday activities difficult for the 127,000 people…

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