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PGM 2020 Appeal Message

"On your behalf, I accepted the invitation for Somerset

to hold the 2020 Festival in support of the Grand Charity.

"Based on the generosity of Somerset Brethren in

previous Festivals I was confident that we could raise

£2.8 million in support of the charity."

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The Freemasons' Grand Charity

The Grand Charity is a grant-making charity which provides

relief grants for hundreds of Masonic families each year as

well as donating millions of pounds to national charities.

From April 2016, The Grand Charity became part of the

Masonic Charitable Foundation

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Donate to support the Festival

Make a regular donation to your Lodge Relief Chest and

support the 2020 Festival Appeal over the final three

years.

Make a donation or set up a Direct Debit quickly and

securely online.

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Fundraise for the Festival

Organise a fundraising event and collect sponsorship from

your family, friends and colleagues with a free online

fundraising page.

Online fundraising is effective, secure and fast.

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 We’ve raised £2,124,111 of our £2,800,000 target

with just under two years left of the Festival Appeal

Congratulations to the worshipful master, wardens and brethren of St. George lodge, No 3158, on their magnificent achievement of becoming the third lodge in the province to attain a Golden Ashlar. This tremendous achievement represents an average donation of £1000 per member, and is a prestigious recognition that St. George No 3158 is now a…



Congratulations Thanks to the generosity of the Somerset Freemasons, the total contributed towards the 2020 Festival now stands at a fantastic £2,011,939.87. Congratulations and thanks to everyone whom has contributed towards this staggering sum. Lets look forward to meeting our target by 2020.



Golden Ashlar

Golden Ashlars were awarded to Tennyson Lodge No 4947, and Backwell lodge No 7964. Please see here for more details



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