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Freemasons Teddys help celebrate NHS Workers Day

Charlie Yelland Assistant Head of the Devonshire Freemasons accompanied by Keith Bower visited the children's section of North Devon District Hospital on behalf of Devon Freemasons Teddies for Loving Care (DFTLC).

Their visit was to support an initiative by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to support "NHS Workers Day on the 5th July" when the work undertaken by all carers,...

Freemasons donate £1,000 to Hospiscare’s Kings House in Honiton

This year as part of the freemasons annual support of hospices throughout the country Craig Cox can be seen presenting a certificate denoting the £1000 given on behalf of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to Carey Mackenzie & Rachel Willmott at Hospiscare’s Kings House Day Hospice in Honiton.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation each year give...

Freemasons donate £1,000 to Hospiscare’s Kings House in Honiton

This year as part of the freemasons annual support of hospices throughout the country Craig Cox can be seen presenting a certificate denoting the £1000 given on behalf of the Freemasons of Devonshire and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to Carey Mackenzie & Rachel Willmott at Hospiscare’s Kings House Day Hospice in Honiton.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation each year give...

Hospiscare’s Pine Lodge receive £1,000 from the Freemasons

Pine Lodge in Tiverton provides day hospice services

This year as part of the Freemasons annual support of hospices throughout the country Craig Cox can be seen presenting a certificate denoting the £1000 given on behalf of the Devonshire Freemasons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) to Carey Mackenzie, Chris Webber and Julie Morris at Hospiscare’s Pine Lodge Day Hospice in Tiverton...

Chemohero receive cash boost from the Freemasons

The money donated by the Freemasons is raised through the WAKE Fund

Every Spring and Autumn Freemasons from all parts of Devon would normally meet to give support local charities & organisations throughout the county who are in need of assistance, nominated by their local lodge, this year The Loyal Lodge of Industry in South Molton selected “ChemoHero” to make the donation of £830....

Children’s Hospice SW receive £830 from the Freemasons

Funding boost for Children's Hospice South West

Charity receives £830 from the Freemasons

Every Spring and Autumn Freemasons from all parts of Devon would normally meet to give support local charities and organisations throughout the county who are in need of assistance, nominated by their local lodge.

This year The Lodge of Perseverance in Sidmouth selected Children’s Hospice South West to make a donation of £830.

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Memory Matters Foundation receive £830 from the Freemasons

Every spring and autumn Freemasons from all parts of Devon would normally meet to give support local charities & organisations throughout the county who are in need of assistance, nominated by their local lodge.

This year The Lodge of Felicity in Plymouth selected “Memory Matters Foundation” to make the donation of £830, this is on top of a donation of £5049 given six months ago...

Freemasons rise to Covid-19 challenge with donations totalling £1m and 18 million hours of volunteering

Faced with the greatest global pandemic in living memory, Freemasons came together in 2020 and donated a total of £1m as well as their time to help those in need. The donations were used to help communities in various critical areas, including foodbanks, support for unpaid carers, personal protective equipment (PPE), supplies for hospitals and hospices, support for women’s refuges, and funds...

Freemasons, Devon

Devon Freemasons inject volunteers to support the NHS

As a result of the call for volunteers to support the NHS Vaccination Scheme which was made back in December, Freemasons and their families from all corners of Devon picked up their Hi-Viz jackets and reported for duty as soon as they knew where they were needed.

At Torbay RICC Leisure Centre where 10 local GP practices have gathered together to centralise the administering of the...

Freemasons invited to volunteer for vaccination drive

The Freemasons are encouraging its 200,000 members to roll up their sleeves and volunteer to help vaccinate the population. To help protect all UK citizens during this difficult time, the Freemasons have also offered their lodges to administer the vital jabs and many buildings are being used as Covid-19 vaccination centres. In Hertfordshire, for example, Halsey Hall is being used as a...

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