Freemasonry’s impact on domestic abuse survivors

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Freemasonry’s impact on domestic abuse survivors

Domestic abuse charity, Refuge, has already seen a positive impact on their support for individuals experiencing life-threatening abuse and violence, thanks to Freemasonry’s £200,000 grant.

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Freemasons donate £500,000 for Ukrainian refugees

Amount was raised in less than three weeks and is being directed to charities working in Ukraine, and helping refugees in Poland, Moldova, Romania, and in the UK.

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A Christmas message

As 2021 draws to a close, our Chief Executive, Les Hutchinson, reflects on the year with his take on a classic Christmas poem.

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MCF pledges support for veterans

MCF and RMBI sign the Armed Forces Covenant.

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Freemasons help foodbanks feed 65,000 people over Christmas

More than 65,000 people will be able to put food on the table this Christmas, thanks to grants to 135 foodbanks across England and Wales from the Freemasons.

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Sir Paul Williams takes over as MCF Chairman

Sir Paul succeeds James Newman OBE, who served as Chairman when the MCF was founded in 2016.

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We are five!

“I am proud of the difference that the MCF has made to so many people […]

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Latest grants to charities announced

In February, we announced over £800,000 in funding for charities across England and Wales.

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Supporting older LGBTQ+ people

London Freemasons are supporting older lonely LGBTQ+ people through a £15,000 grant to charity, Opening Doors London.

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Tell your family

A year of lockdowns, tiers, tears and uncertainty threw the importance of family, friends and the power of communication into the spotlight, and inspired our latest campaign: Tell your family.

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