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Our Impact

Read more about how we use the generous donations of Freemasons to help Masonic families and registered charities

St Cuthbert’s Hospice

St Cuthbert’s Hospice received £18,000 to expand bereavement support in Count Durham – as part of our partnership with Hospice UK.

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Hospice of the Good Shepherd

This grant is helping the Hospice of the Good Shepherd to establish informal drop-in sessions in communities across Cheshire. These Bereavement Help Points offer a wide range of assistance, including emotional peer support, advice from trained volunteers, and printed resources to take away.

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St Elizabeth Hospice

St Elizabeth Hospice received £12,873 to support bereaved children and young people in Suffolk through teacher training and an open bereavement group.

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Bolton Hospice

Bolton Hospice received £17,500 to support bereaved teenagers in East Lancashire through specialist training for local teachers.

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Dogs for Good

Studies show that dogs can help children with autism to develop skills that increase independence and quality of life. We donated £60,000 to support the Dogs for Good PAWS project.

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Tony: Visiting Volunteer

Tony, 62, is a Visiting Volunteer from the Province of Hertfordshire, responsible for helping people complete their applications for support.

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Rachel and Grace

We supported nine-year-old Grace with an autism assessment so that she could get the most out of her education

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We provide support to Freemasons, their families and the wider community

Facts about our work last year...

£18 M


in grants



Freemasons and their families supported



local and national charities supported