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Masonic Charitable Foundation

Introducing the new masonic charity, this is known as MCF or Masonic Charitable Foundation.


A grant-making charity providing help for Freemasons, for families, for everyone.


The Foundation brings together the work of four national Charities which had been operating separately under various names since the early 18th Century.

These charities are The Freemasons’Grand Charity, the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, the Masonic Samaritan Fund, and the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution..

During their time of operation, the four charities each provided a specific type of support to meet various charitable aims in support of Freemasons and their families.

Although much of the support provided took the form of financial grants, the charities also operated a number of institutions: the Royal Masonic School for Boys, the Royal Masonic School for Girls, the Royal Masonic Hospital and 17 residential care homes operated by the RMBI Care Company.

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Alzheimers Society presentation

Dementia Navigator for the Alzheimers Society receives cheque for £500.00

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During one of our white table events, David Drew, who is a dementia navigator for the Alzheimers Society was invited to give a short presentation outlining the work that they do. After the presentation, our Worshipful Master W Bro. John Page was able to give him a cheque for £500.00 to help towards the charity.

Some Useful Links :-

Preparing Your Home for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s: A Caregiver’s Guide

Alzheimer’s and Keeping Active/Involved

The Benefits of Cooking with Alzheimer's

Keep Your Pets Close: How Animals Help Dementia

Helping Alzheimer’s Sufferers Cope with the Loss of a Loved One — A Guide for Caregivers

Dementia and Hygiene: How to Solve Hygiene Problems Common to People with Dementia

Budget-Friendly Smart Home Accommodations for Seniors and Individuals with Special Needs

Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Money Management

Overdose Response Guide: Awareness, Prevention, and Preparedness for Caregivers of Addicts

6 Signs of Elder Abuse in Seniors with Dementia



Phyllis Tuckwell

Mason’s Carols raise money for Hospice

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Peter Foxton, Head of Income Generation, receives £709.75 from Derek and Pat Attree in memory of their son Raymond Attree who was cared for at The Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice in Farnham where he passed away last year.

The money was raised by masons and their families by an afternoon of Readings & Carols held in the Bordon Masonic Centre on 14th Dec 2014. at which Derek played the organ. The organiser and MC for the event was David Pennell. 


This year December 2016 the Carols and Reading raised £720.00, many thanks to all who attended and made it such an enjoyable and worthwhile event!

The money was raised by a retiring collection, raffle and teas with mince pies.
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Blackmoor and Whitehill Scouts

The Blackmoor and Whitehill scout group receive £500.00 donation

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During one of our white table events, Ian Poyner, Chairman of the Blackmoor & Whitehill Scout Group was invited to give a short presentation outlining the role of scouting in the local community.

Our Worshipful Master W Bro. John Page presented him with a cheque for £500 to help with the purchase of new equipment and training.


St Matthews Church gets new roof

St Matthews Church at Blackmoor & Whitehill receives a new roof!

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Thanks to a generous donation from the members of Woolmer Forest Lodge, Woolmer forest Royal Arch Chapter, Army & Navy Rose Croix Chapter and the Tom Langton fund, A new roof has been installed on the church of St Matthews.

St Matthews Church at Blackmoor & Whitehill Receives £750.00 Donation

Following a Craft Fair and Jumble Sale at the Bordon Masonic Centre on Saturday 1st February cheques totalling £750.00 were presented to Rev’d Dominic Clarke, vicar of St Matthews Church, Blackmoor and Whitehill for restoration work to the church. 

Woolmer Forest Craft Lodge, Woolmer Forest Royal Arch Chapter and Army and Navy Rose Croix Chapter each donated a third.  W Bro Murry Port and W Bro Peter James presented the cheques on behalf of the lodge & chapters.
Rev’d Dominic was really quite surprised at the generosity of the donation and ‘almost’ lost for words! 





The income from the craft fair and jumble sale will add a little more to the total donation.