🎉MCF celebrates seven year anniversary

Can you believe it's been seven whole years since the MCF was established? Time flies when you're working hard to build better lives.

Since 2016, we have given around £120million to support individuals and national and local charities, as well as international humanitarian appeals.

That's around £50,000 of charitable giving awarded every day since we were established.

These numbers are impressive but we couldn't have done it without the continuous generosity of Freemasons and their family and friends - thank you! 

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Over a million people receive mental health support thanks to Freemasons

Freemasons are doing their bit for the upcoming Mental Health Awareness Week, raising more than £1.9m to donate to charities supporting mental health.

Freemasons have so far made over 100 donations, helping more than 1.4 million people experiencing mental health issues.

To help communities achieve a better state of mental health, the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) and the Masonic Charitable Foundation, are supporting various institutions, schools and universities. 


Thousands of Ukrainian refugees as well as displaced people still inside Ukraine will be given help and support, thanks to half a million pounds raised by Freemasons across England and Wales.
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In light of recent events, London Masons made a donation of £2.5million so the London Fire Brigade could purchase two vehicles with high aerial ladders, capable of reaching the top of a building as high as Grenfell Tower, the first of which has now been built. Reaching a staggering 64m they are the tallest in Europe.
In addition, six fast response outlander vehicles and four bariatric stretchers have also been funded.


W.Bro Jay Patel, APGM, and W.Bro Chris Noble recently visited North Weald Airfield where the two Essex and Herts Air Ambulance aircraft are stationed. This followed a recent MCF grant made to the Essex and Hertfordshire Air Ambulance Trust (EHAAT) on behalf of Hertfordshire Provincial Grand Lodge.
The pilot showed them inside the helicopter and explained that the onboard computers could manage a perfect hover, in windy conditions, above an incident site, and advised that the four rotor blades alone cost £1.5m to replace.
The EHAAT team has offered any interested Herts Lodge a brief presentation at a future Lodge meeting. Lodges should contact W.Bro Chris Noble via the Provincial Office for details.

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