PGM 2020 Appeal Message

I am delighted to continue to support the 2020 festival launched by

my predecessor, Right Worshipful Brother C.A. Stuart Hadler.

I'm sure you are aware that this is in support of the Grand

Charity and the MCF, and comes to a close next year,

culminating in a celebratory lunch on Saturday 27th June 2020 .

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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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291 Walking for Gold

On Saturday, the 18th May 2019, twenty three

Brethren and wives/partners took part in a

sponsored walk around the Apex Park in

Burnham-on-Sea, raising over £4000

As of December 2019 we had raised £740 per member, of a £750 target.
The final results will be announced at the 2020 celebration lunch on 27th June.

The Forest of Mendip Lodge, No 8019 have launched a fundraising event to raise money for the 2020 Festival, in conjunction with the Mendip Gliding Club. “Soar over Somerset” is a raffle, with tickets being predominantly sold via lodge charity stewards. The lucky winner will enjoy a glider flight, soaring over the beautiful Somerset countryside…



Golden Ashlars were to be presented to the Lodge of St. George No 3158, Marine Lodge No 232 & and Tynte lodge No 7994, at the AGM, in Webbington hotel on the 4th May, but as the agenda is so very full, it is felt that rather than run the risk of this item being…



The Festival Celebration is now confirmed for Saturday 27th June 2020, and is to be a mid-day event held at thee Bristol City Football ground. This venue has been chosen as it can accommodate the anticipated numbers expected for a sit down luncheon. The ticket price seems likely to be £35 per head. More details…



📰 There’s no such thing as too much press, and that’s certainly been true for the MCF! 📣 From local newspapers to national press, we’re excited to spread the word about the incredible support that Freemasons are giving to their communities ❤️

🤔 Our friends at @MindCharity want to know how you’ve felt during the pandemic, and how they can better support you. Take part in their survey to make your voice heard (and be entered in a draw for a £200 voucher prize!) 💬 bit.ly/31XXMrq

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Deafblindness can be incredibly isolating, and can have a serious impact on mental health ☎️ Through their helpline, @DeafblindUK is identifying people in distress and our £42,000 grant is funding intensive wellbeing and emotional support packages 💙

test Twitter Media - Deafblindness can be incredibly isolating, and can have a serious impact on mental health ☎️ Through their helpline, @DeafblindUK is identifying people in distress and our £42,000 grant is funding intensive wellbeing and emotional support packages 💙 https://t.co/44CCXkXDxD
test Twitter Media - Deafblindness can be incredibly isolating, and can have a serious impact on mental health ☎️ Through their helpline, @DeafblindUK is identifying people in distress and our £42,000 grant is funding intensive wellbeing and emotional support packages 💙 https://t.co/44CCXkXDxD
test Twitter Media - Deafblindness can be incredibly isolating, and can have a serious impact on mental health ☎️ Through their helpline, @DeafblindUK is identifying people in distress and our £42,000 grant is funding intensive wellbeing and emotional support packages 💙 https://t.co/44CCXkXDxD

📰 There’s no such thing as too much press, and that’s certainly been true for the MCF! 📣 From local newspapers to national press, we’re excited to spread the word about the incredible support that Freemasons are giving to their communities ❤️

📣 We've said it before and we'll say it again: your generous donations make our work possible 👏 Thank you! 🎉To celebrate five years as a charity, here's a quick summary of what you've given...