Construction is well underway at the new Thames Hospice facility. Watch the video to see how well the progress is going and where our charity donations have gone.
A lack of appropriate activities for a person with dementia can lead to social isolation, apathy, a decline in health and increased risk of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia. Consequently, a primary aim of the charity is to run … Read more
Berkshire Freemasons, using funds from the Masonic Charitable Foundation the National Charity of Freemasons, gave a donation of £1,200 to Reading Mencap to help them with issues they are facing due to the Covid crisis closing all their clubs and … Read more
Freemasonry has stepped up to support local charities and projects 💪 From 1 April – 5 June, Freemasonry together with the MCF, supported 278 local charities and projects dedicated to helping people through the coronavirus pandemic, at a total cost of £1,345,908. 📍 … Read more
Berkshire Freemasons have given £16,000 to seven charitable organisations and nine care homes across the province to help them during the Covid 19 situation. This is in addition to the money, time and support that individual lodges have given. This … Read more
Last year, Berkshire Freemasons made a generous donation of £6,400 to provide medical monitors to treat young children at Royal Berkshire Hospital.
The funds will enable the Children’s’ Wards in Royal Berkshire Hospital to purchase eight new monitors. This donation enables the two wards to have monitors for every child in every bed. The monitors measure heart rates and oxygen levels.