To support Freemasonry’s charitable response to the coronavirus pandemic, the United Grand Lodge of England and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), the Freemasons' charity, have established the Freemasons’ COVID-19 Community Fund.

The Freemasons’ COVID-19 Community Fund will help to support a range of local and national charities and projects that are helping people through the current coronavirus pandemic.

The MCF will match donations made to the Fund up to a total of £1 million.


Donating will allow Freemasonry to keep supporting those in need during the crisis.
There are a number of ways you can give to the Freemasons' COVID-19 Community Fund:


Help to spread the word about this appeal to as many Freemasons and their family members as possible.

Use the resources below to encourage others to donate.

How else are we helping?

In addition to establishing the Freemasons' COVID-19 Community Fund and committing to matching donations up to £1m, we have allocated a further £1.75m to support Freemasonry’s charitable response to COVID-19.

This money is being used right now to fund local projects across the country identified by UGLE’s ten Regional Communication Groups.

Projects supported include the provision of Personal Protective Equipment to NHS and care workers; funding meals prepared at masonic halls for isolated and vulnerable people; and supporting the recruitment of volunteers for local Age UK branches.

To help us continue this support, please donate today.

Thank you for your support