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Freemasonry Cares

Freemasonry Cares

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

Devonshire Court was opened on the 2nd of November 1966 by the Late Queen Mother It was the first of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) purpose built homes to be opened after a period…
£50,000 donation in wake of Hurricane Matthew The Masonic Charitable Foundation has donated £50,000 to the Red Cross relief effort in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica and the Bahamas, in the wake of devastation caused…
Bringing eye care into focus The Masonic Charitable Foundation has provided £44,608 to SeeAbility’s Children in Focus Campaign to transform eye care at schools for children with learning disabilities over the next two years. SeeAbility,…
Tackling food waste in the West Midlands One of the first major grants awarded by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) has gone to FareShare West Midlands. John Hayward, Provincial Charity Steward for Warwickshire, visited the…
Spreading the word The Masonic Charitable Foundation’s Chief Executive David Innes reflects on how the charity is progressing in its goal to make support simpler to understand and easier to access In the months since…
Setting the stage Britain’s Got Talent finalist Jasmine Elcock is hitting the high notes thanks to strong masonic support for her family, as Peter Watts discovers ‘Jasmine has always been singing,’ says Julian Elcock, adding…
Triple backing for Midlands Air Ambulance rescue services Three Provincial Grand Masters, Robert Vaughan (Worcestershire), Tim Henderson-Ross (Gloucestershire) and the Reverend David Bowen (Herefordshire) with his deputy Michael Roff, presented cheques totalling £12,000 to Midlands…
Grant underlines core values A £20,000 Masonic Charitable Foundation grant to the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) will fund a social care caseworker to help people affected by spinal cord injury reintegrate into society. The cheque…

Rebuilding education in Nepal

Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Strength and resilience When Nepal was hit by a violent earthquake last year, Freemasons rallied to provide funding to replace a school that had been demolished in the village of Jyamire. Glyn Brown catches up with the relief efforts…
TalentAid, a new charitable venture funded by Freemasons, has come to the assistance of football-crazy youngster Daniel Stuart from Shropshire A substantial grant from the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) will help fund costs such as…
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