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Our Impact

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

Mark’s Story

Four years ago Jacqui was involved in a serious car accident that left her with permanent brain injuries. Now her husband Mark and their daughters Ella and Grace spend time with her at the specialist ward that is now Jacqui’s home.

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Small Steps

Small Steps works with children at the early stages of their development, helping to build new skills and improve mobility. Small Steps also helps parents with practical advice and emotional support during the often stressful period of diagnosis and understanding of a child’s disability.

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School of Hard Knocks

The School of Hard Knocks received £92,000 to support their work in South Wales, using rugby and mentoring to help young people who are risk of exclusion.

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Support the future

Support our work and help us continue to provide educational expenses and university scholarships for children and young people.

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Beverley Community Lift

Beverley Community Lift provides a caring and supportive community transport service, which gives elderly, disabled and rurally isolated people the chance to be mobile and socially connected.

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We've supported local branches of Mind, all across England and Wales

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Musical Connections

Musical Connections empowers isolated older people to lead happier, healthier lives through participating in music. They recently received £10,000 to help fund weekly music-making classes and choirs.

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Mothers for Mothers

Mothers for Mothers is a Bristol based charity which supports parents affected by perinatal mental illness. The MCF awarded a grant of £5,000 to help fund the charity's peer support groups.

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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