Surrey Freemasons to donate £20,000 to organisations impacted by coronavirus

Reading Time: 2 minutes Surrey Freemasons will be donating £20,000 of grants to charities and organisations impacted by coronavirus in the county. Support from the national Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) has enabled the group to donate to more local groups, with hospitals, universities and charities across Surrey all being supported.

Surrey Freemasons zip wire and raise over £35,000 for Charity

Reading Time: 2 minutes Reaching speeds of over 100mph during the 1,555 metre descent over Penrhyn Quarry in North Wales, this was to be a white-knuckle experience like no other. Jumps, as they’re called, were in groups of four, with the first group led by Surrey’s Provincial Grand Master Ian Chandler.

Surrey Freemasons help Stroke survivors in Merton with £40,000 grant

Reading Time: 2 minutes Stroke survivors in Merton will receive long-term support from Age UK Merton, thanks to a recent grant of £39,500. Life After Stroke is an innovative programme of rehabilitation services specifically designed to provide ongoing support for stroke survivors. The service, run by Age UK Merton, helps people by providing high-quality personalised support for anyone over … Read more

Freemasons donate £15,000 to Yorda Adventures Community Organisation

Reading Time: 2 minutes A charity that supports children and young people with severe learning disabilities has been awarded funding of £15000 thanks to The Masonic Charitable Foundation that supported 300 charities sharing £3 million.