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Our Impact

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

CLIC Sargent: Siobhan’s Story

When Siobhan was diagnosed with breast cancer, CLIC Sargent's Young People’s Community Worker gave her the emotional, practical and financial support she needed.

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The Conquest Centre

Cornwall Freemason Sebastian spends a day at the Conquest Centre to find out how our support is making a difference

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Geoff’s Story

When 81-year-old Geoff was hit by a number of tragedies, our Adviser, Claire, helped him to access the support he needed.

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Our recent grant of £60,000 has funded a Specialist Advice Worker for the Shelter Birmingham Advice Service. But what can cause someone to become homeless? What barriers are there to overcoming homelessness? We chatted with Vicky Hines, Hub Manager at Shelter Birmingham, to find out more.

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Ronnie’s Story

Homelessness can affect people from all walks of life, including the Masonic community. Ronnie had a successful career in recruitment until a battle with addiction turned his life upside down

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London Symphony Orchestra

Through the Lord Mayor's Appeal, the MCF donated £100,000 to help the London Symphony Orchestra provide musical opportunities for young people with Special Educational Needs or disabilities in East London.

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The MCF donated £56,000 to supporting Samaritan's Local Action Saves Lives campaign, which aims to make suicide prevention a priority for local authorities across England and Wales.

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

Facts about our work last year...



grants were awarded to Masonic families

£15 M


helped to support Masonic families

£4.7 M


was awarded to 414 charities