You will be aware that as part of the Tercentenary Celebrations a special Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) Community Awards fund of £3m was set up to support 300 charities across the country.
In keeping with their commitment to provide carers in the Beaconsfield area with time off to enjoy themselves away from their daily responsibilities, on June 1st the Beaconsfield Freemasonry in the Community Committee took a group of young carers for a day out at Road Farm, Great Missenden to try their hand at clay pigeon shooting.
On Sunday 7th May Buckinghamshire Freemasons held a cheque presentation evening at the Aylesbury Masonic Centre on Ripon Street when they gave away more than £125,000 to local and national charities and good causes.
Following the successful and most enjoyable Gymnastics party given to a group 10-12 year old Young Carers at Bracknell Gymnastics Club in April 2016, Beaconsfield Freemasons recently took another group back to the Club for a day off from their caring duties.
As part of the United Grand Lodge of England's celebrations of 300 years of Freemasonry, the Masonic Provinces of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire are delighted to invite you to a fun packed day at Windsor Race Course on 2nd July 2017.
Following the extremely successful and most enjoyable Xmas lunch for adult carers in their local area, the Beaconsfield branch of Freemasonry in the Community held a Christmas party for 45 young carers between the ages of 8 and 11 at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre on Sunday 4th December.
The Chilterns MS Centre has been providing advice and care to people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their families for over 30 years.
The committee of the Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund (BMCF) was recently approached by VICTA for funding towards helping a young person, from Milton Keynes, to take part in the Barclays Sailing Adventure scheme.
Good Reasons To Become a Freemason
When you become a Freemason you: Join an international organisation of some 6 million worldwide, where members will greet and welcome you, and your family, wherever you go;
Procedures for Joining
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry, and there are many such misconceptions, is that you have to be invited to join. Nothing could be further from the truth.