The MCF’s new partnership with Cranfield Trust

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The MCF’s new partnership with Cranfield Trust

Charities across the country will gain crucial management support thanks to partnership between Freemasons’ charity and Cranfield Trust.

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An interview with the scientists of tomorrow

In February 2022, the MCF awarded a total of £541,000 to medical research, working with four partners to fund seven new PhD studentships under the theme of degenerative diseases. These new partners include Alzheimer’s Research UK, British Heart Foundation, Diabetes UK, and the University of Bradford.

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Freemasons support over a million people with their mental health

Freemasons are doing their bit for Mental Health Awareness Week by donating more than £1.9 million to charities.

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Freemasons give £50,000 to help Ukrainian refugees

Thousands of Ukrainian refugees will be given help and support from Freemasons in England and Wales, following a £50,000 grant to the Red Cross.

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Freemasons help older isolated people in Hampshire

Older, isolated people in Hampshire will be helped to re-join the community after the pandemic, thanks to Hampshire & Isle of Wight Freemasons.

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Lifelites partners with the world’s biggest games charity event

Children’s charity, Lifelites, was chosen to be a partner for Jingle Jam 2021, the world’s biggest charity gaming event.

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Philippines typhoon victims to receive essential supplies

Families across the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Rai will receive essential supplies thanks to a grant of £25,000 from the Freemasons.

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A visit to the Somerset Square Meals Project

Sir Paul Williams joins the High Sheriff of Somerset on a visit to the Somerset Square Meals Project which has received additional funding.

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Bereavement bears for Somerset hospices

Earlier this summer, TLC Somerset donated teddy bears to every hospice in Somerset where they are now being used as ‘Bereavement Bears’.

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Afghan refugees in UK given essential supplies, thanks to Freemasons

Newly arrived Afghan refugees in UK given essential supplies thanks to Freemasons’ grant of £25,000 to British Red Cross.

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