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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

Recognised and valued Whether you’re among those providing vital help or receiving it, caring will touch nearly everyone’s lives. Aileen Scoular finds that Freemasonry has been united in its support of carers for 25 years Every day some 6,000…
Sign of the times With support from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, a new GCSE in British Sign Language could open up the education system for deaf young people, writes Glyn Brown Communication is a major…
Care trainer of the year Jane Baldwin, Learning and Development Officer at the RMBI, has received the Care Trainer Award at the 2015 Great British Care Awards, with Sandra Robson runner-up in the Putting People First…
RMBI home’s new sensory bathroom RMBI care home Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford has unveiled a new sensory bathroom in its dementia support house. An integrated Bluetooth sound system enables music to be played…
Pioneering cancer research The Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) has donated £47,500 to Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) following the Bradford Crocus Cancer Appeal, which enabled the University of Bradford’s Institute of Cancer Therapeutics (ICT) to purchase a proteomics mass…
Giving continuity Pro Grand Master Peter Lowndes explains how the new Masonic Charitable Foundation will offer support and services to those who need help In December 2014, I announced that the Grand Master’s Council and the Provincial Grand…
Charity awarded £89,000 following poll of local Freemasons who nominated them to receive the grant Tenovus Cancer Care’s project is one of thirteen medical research studies the Masonic Samaritan Fund has supported this year as…
Get your new lapel pin badge! To promote the launch of the Masonic Charitable Foundation in April next year, an exclusive lapel pin has been produced! To receive yours, complete the subscription form on the…
Oxfordshire Freemasons have presented a Masonic Samaritan Fund (MSF) grant of £100,000 to Alzheimer’s Research UK to help them fund pioneering research into new tools for dementia diagnosis. Alzheimer’s is the leading cause of dementia…
Lifelites enhancing lives of terminally ill and disabled children in hospices for fifteen years Lifelites, the only charity to provide assistive and inclusive technology packages to terminally ill and disabled children in all baby and…
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