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

The four central masonic charities are running a survey to gather input on the non-masonic charities Freemasons and their families would like to see supported, and are keen to hear from as many members of the masonic community…
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…
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…
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,…
Would you like to have your say about which causes, charities and research the Central Masonic Charities should support using your generous donations? Simply visit www.masoniccharities.org.uk/survey to complete a survey which will help shape the…
Freemasons and their families in Derbyshire have made a donation of over £2.4 million to the Masonic Samaritan Fund The Province of Derbyshire raised this magnificent figure following their six year Festival Appeal Over 800…
Quarterly Communication 10 September 2014 A talk by Mike Woodcock, President of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, and Chairman of Lifelites Trustees, and Simone Enefer-Doy, Chief Executive of Lifelites Mike Woodcock: MW Pro Grand Master,…
Lifting the worry Each year, the Masonic Samaritan Fund and individual lodges contribute to prostate cancer research. The moving story of Freemason Ian Mcilquham and his family shows why this support is so vital, writes Andrew Gimson In…
Side by side Around three hundred and fifty Freemasons volunteer regularly at RMBI care homes across England and Wales. Tabby Kinder meets the people who help residents combat loneliness, remain active and retain a sense…
Cure and care By funding groundbreaking medical research and supporting the care and treatment of cancer sufferers, Freemasons make a real contribution towards fighting the disease Every two minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed…
A break from the routine The MSF recognises how important it is for full-time carers to make time for themselves, both for the sake of their own health and to give them the energy to…
One thousand  cups of tea RMBI care homes across England and Wales welcomed the public for vintage-style tea parties during National Care Home Open Day Now in its second year, National Care Home Open Day aims…
Hands-on help  in the garden Every child loves to play outdoors, particularly during the summer. However, for seven-year-old William, who suffers from autism and asthma, this simple pleasure hasn’t always been possible William also shows violent…
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