England/Cheshire Freemasons back national fund for charities


England/Cheshire Freemasons launch new initiative and make it a day to remember at Freemasons’ Hall

(by In Your Area Community, Community News, 27 May 2021)

 

To honour Prince Phillip, who passed away on April 9, Cheshire Freemasons are backing a national fund for charities supported by the Prince. After being introduced to Freemasonry at the age of 31 by his father-in-law King George VI, the Duke of Edinburgh was a Freemason for 68 years.

In his 99-year life, he was associated with some 992 charities either as president, patron, or honorary member.

In honour of the Prince, the Freemasons have launched a national campaign inviting their 200,000 members to raise funds for charities the Prince dedicated his life to.

Cheshire Freemasons have donated £10,000 on behalf of their members to the national fund.

Echoing the words of Dr David Staples, chief executive of the Freemasons’ United Grand Lodge of England, Stephen Blank, the provincial grandmaster for Cheshire, said…

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England/Cheshire Freemasons launch new initiative and make it a day to remember at Freemasons’ Hall

 

England/Cheshire Freemasons launch new initiative and make it a day to remember at Freemasons’ Hall
 

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