Masonic Charitable Foundation – £14.2 Million Provided In Support

Masonic Charitable Foundation THANKS TO GENEROUS DONATIONS, NEARLY 4,500 MEMBERS OF THE MASONIC COMMUNITY HAVE RECEIVED GRANTS TOTALLING £14.2 MILLION

HOW IT BREAKS DOWN

During the last 12 months, the Foundation has provided over £14.2 million in support of Masonic families experiencing a financial, health or family need.
 

  • £2.4 million was given to households in financial distress, who were unable to afford everyday living costs.   
  • £2.9 million helped people access the medical treatment, mobility aids, home adaptations, respite care and counselling they need to live healthy and independent lives.    
  • £3.8 million helped parents afford IT equipment, course materials, school uniforms and extracurricular activities for their children in full-time education.    
  • £5 million was provided to support the RMBI in funding a range of nursing, residential and dementia care to meet the needs of older people.    

In the Province of Derbyshire, 53 Freemasons or their family members benefited from our wide-range of support and services with grants amounting to £137,501.

Visit https://mcf.org.uk/support/ to learn more about the range of support available to Freemasons and their family members