The Official Journal of the United Grand Lodge of England
Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

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…
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…
Youth support The RMTGB Stepping Stones scheme aims to help young people by breaking the link between poverty and the lack of access to education Through its Stepping Stones scheme, the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls…
Marathon man In April, veteran marathon runner and mason John Lill will be taking part in the London Marathon to raise funds for the 2020 Festival in support of the RMTGB. John’s participation in the world’s…
Have your say Following discussions aimed at bringing the central masonic charities closer together, the trustees will be consulting members and inviting them to consider proposed constitutional changes affecting the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys.…
Reversing the irreversible In support of the 2.5 million people worldwide living with the consequences of a spinal cord injury (SCI) – 50,000 of whom are in the UK and Ireland – the Grand Charity and Masonic Samaritan Fund…
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…
Stronger than any disaster It has been more than a year since one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded tore across the Philippines. Peter Watts reports on how Freemasons came together to help to…
Great expectations A unique masonic building in central London is enabling young people to take advantage of learning, training and work opportunities in the capital. Tabby Kinder steps inside Ruspini House Hidden between the brick façades of central London’s…
A sense of loyalty Secretary of the Grand Charity Richard Camm-Jones has spent forty-seven years working in Freemasons’ Hall, walking its corridors and discovering its grand rooms. He reflects on the people and places that have shaped…
East Kent goes the extra mile After five years of dedicated fundraising, the Provincial Grand Lodge of East Kent celebrated the close of its 2014 Festival for The Freemasons’ Grand Charity East Kent announced that more than £3.65 million had…
Learning to explore Powered wheelchairs are enabling young children with mobility-restrictive conditions to explore and learn Children under the age of five with conditions that restrict mobility, such as cerebral palsy or spinal muscular atrophy,…
Derbyshire’s festival finale Freemasons and their families in Derbyshire have made a £2.4 million donation to the MSF after a six-year fundraising appeal More than eight hundred Derbyshire Freemasons and guests gathered at the magnificent Devonshire…
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