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Our Impact

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

Gladys’s Story

Every year, the Foundation supports hundreds of widows like Gladys. Our offer of support for a Freemason’s family does not end once he has passed away.

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Go Kids Go!

Go Kids Go! teaches disabled children how to be independently mobile in their wheelchairs, encouraging them not to rely on parents or carers. The charity received £5,000 to fund five wheelchair skills courses for disabled children and their families.

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Home-Start Sutton

Home-Start is a small local charity which offers advice and friendship to families with young children who are experiencing difficulties. In 2017, we awarded £5,000 to fund their work with vulnerable families.

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Ian and Sheila’s Story

Sheila has Alzheimer’s as well as osteoporosis and is highly dependent on her husband Ian for care. Unfortunately, Ian is currently undergoing treatment for mouth and lung cancer, which makes caring for Sheila even more difficult.

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INSPIRE Foundation

We awarded £65,000 to the INSPIRE Foundation to fund research which aims to improve the quality of life and independence of those living with spinal cord injuries.

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Jean and Kay’s Story

When Kay’s mother and father became unable to live in their own house last year, they moved into Prince George Duke of Kent Court – a Masonic care home.

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Jigsaw Trust

The Jigsaw Trust provides educational, vocational and wellbeing services for children and adults with autism, learning disabilities and other communication and behavioural difficulties. The charity aspires to provide high quality education and learning opportunities to people with autism, throughout their lifetime.

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

Facts about our work last year...

7,332

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grants were awarded to Masonic families

£9.2 M

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helped to support Masonic families

£4.7 M

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was awarded to 414 charities