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Reach for the stars

Here at the MCF, we recognise that exceptional talent in music, sport or the performing arts can lead to a fulfilling career. That’s why we can support children or grandchildren of Freemasons who are exceptionally talented but whose families are unable to pay for the ongoing costs such as advanced music lessons, sports coaching, or travel.

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Redundancy and resilience: Pete’s story

Last year, after celebrating his 46th birthday, Freemason and plumber Pete, suddenly found himself redundant as his company struggled to make it through the pandemic.

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Aimee’s story

Aimee’s grandfather has always supported his grandchildren, but when savings started to run low, he asked the MCF to help put Aimee through university.

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Christopher and Jessica’s story

Christopher and Jessica’s father, Adrian, was made redundant four times, whilst Christopher was at University, and Jessica was in full time education.

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Jenna’s story

Jenna is just one of the many young people who are now pursuing careers that they are passionate about, thanks to support from the MCF.

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Kate’s story

When Kate’s husband was diagnosed with cancer, and she had given up work to care for him, her friend recommended the MCF for support.

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Childcare: Keeping parents in work

“During my second year of university, I fell pregnant with my daughter, Darcey. Not only was I faced with becoming a mother whilst juggling my education, I was battling costs that I hadn’t ever experienced…”

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Roy and Kate’s story

When Roy and Kate’s daughter became too ill to look after her children, Adam (then eight) and…

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Gus’ story

When Gus was 17 years old, his father died suddenly, leaving behind Gus’ mother and two sisters.

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Robert’s story

After being diagnosed with terminal bowel, stomach, and liver cancer, Robert was told that he had less…

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