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

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…
Historic badge of honour A masonic emblem of professional excellence in healthcare hints at the history of the MSF. A key part of masonic history has been caught on camera as Her Majesty the Queen…
Helping hospices with more than £10 million Hospice charitable support is close to the heart of Freemasons’ community work and that of the Grand Charity. In 1984, a major project was conceived that would provide…
Scouting celebration The Freemasons’ Grand Charity will be hosting a stand on 7 September at one of the biggest events in the Scouting calendar, the Reunion, which is at Gilwell Park Scout Activity Centre. Join…
Adrian’s festival walk To mark the launch of the Yorkshire North and East Ridings 2018 Festival, Adrian Jessop donned his trainers for charity to walk from York to London in fourteen days, arriving at Freemasons’…
Careline providing support In the last edition of Freemasonry Today we announced the launch of the MSF Counselling Careline. We are pleased to reveal that thirty people have already made use of the service. The…
Mason leads limb loss parliamentary group backed by PM After receiving support from the MSF to buy a new prosthetic leg, Freemason Vernon Leigh has been selected as the northwest representative of the Associate Parliamentary…
Exploring care home quality RMBI care homes exceed the national standard in high-quality care and satisfaction of residents. The RMBI has published the results of its 2012 Customer Satisfaction Survey, which polls residents of RMBI’s…
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…
As the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys celebrates its two hundred and twenty-fifth year, Chief Executive Les Hutchinson explains how the charity has evolved How did you first hear about the RMTGB? In…
Essex Provincial Grand Master John Webb invited a number of local hospices to the Chelmsford Masonic Hall to present donations totalling £21,496. Also in attendance were Provincial Information Officer Brian Wright and Provincial Grand Almoner…
Devonshire masons and their families have raised a magnificent £3,836,625 in support of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB). The result of the 2012 Festival Appeal, which lasted almost 6 years, was…
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