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.

Bath Freemasons launch Square Meals initiative

Reading Time: < 1 minute As part of the effort to combat the ill-effects of Covid-19 upon the health and welfare of the most vulnerable in the area, Bath Freemasons have launched the ‘ Square Meals ’ initiative by re-opening their kitchen to provide wholesome, pre-cooked frozen meals for delivery by Social Care staff to vulnerable citizens through the B&NES Food Parcel distribution channel.

WHAT MASONRY MEANS TO ME

Reading Time: 3 minutes Many times since I became a member of this grand fraternity, I have in retrospective moments, asked myself, why I am proud to be a Mason and I dwell upon those things that Masonry has brought before me. The feelings of warmth, friendship, and potential comfort in times of distress are always with me, yet they seem to appear most readily in lodge.

Freemasons donate £1000 to Dover Age Concern

Reading Time: < 1 minute   Dr Tony Stellan a Trustee and Chairman, of the local Dover Age Concern, was on hand to receive a donation from the East Kent Freemasons Roger Gambrill, who as head of Trinity Mariners Masonic Lodge in Dover, discovered that the local organisation needed funds. The money was raised throughout the year, by a mixture … Read more