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Our Impact

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

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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The Wheels Project

Bristol based charity, The Wheels Project, works with underachieving and socially excluded young people, giving them the chance to learn how to repair and maintain motor vehicles. As well as teaching practical mechanical skills, the project aims to improve engagement and social and employment skills.

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3H Fund (Helping Hands for Holidays)

The 3H Fund works to provide disabled people and their carers a much needed break by organising and funding holidays. Last year, they helped over 750 people to take a break from the stresses and strains of their day-to-day life. We donated £5,000 to support their new initiative, supporting carers with respite breaks.

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The Elcock Family’s Story

When London Freemason, Julian, was facing financial distress, he worried about how it would impact his family. In this video, Julian explains what the Foundation’s support has meant to him and his family. The help they received allowed them to stay together in their home and is helping his children, Jasmine and Michael, to follow…

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Lifelites provides educational and fun technology packages for every baby and children’s hospice in the British Isles.

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The Choir with No Name

The Choir with No name is a small charity with a mission to provide a space for homeless and other marginalised people to find their place in society. Through the joy of singing, the charity aims to get people together to learn new skills, grow in confidence and forge new relationships.

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Bill’s Story

Bill was diagnosed with cataracts but was told it would be at least 6 months before his operation. Since the death of his wife, his computer has been his link to the outside world but the cataracts meant he was unable to use it. Just weeks after contacting the Foundation, Bill received a grant to fund his procedure.

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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