England – Cheshire Freemasons give £1million to support good causes

England - Cheshire Freemasons give £1million to support good causes

(by Lucy Thorpe, The Knutsford Times, on April 21, 2019)


Head of the Cheshire Freemasons, Stephen Blank, recently welcomed a number of local dignitaries and charity representatives and voluntary workers to a celebratory evening to hear how organisations have benefited from £1Million donated by Cheshire Freemasons over the past 12 months or so. The event was well attended by charities and organisations from across Cheshire, including

CAFT in High Legh, Men in Sheds in Hartford, St Anne’s Hospice, St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford, Papyrus in Warrington, Young Christian Workers in Sandbach, Riding for the Disabled, in Weaverham, Leighton Hospital Childrens Ward and Leighton Hospital Prostate Cancer Charity, Manchester Carers Forum in Frodsham, Ruby’s Fund based in Congleton and the East Cheshire Hospice in Macclesfield

Stephen started proceedings by saying “Freemasons are not a charity themselves and we do not collect money from the public, but every Lodge makes collections from its members for charitable use and this soon adds up, there being approx. 4,000 Cheshire Freemasons. Some of the funds go directly to …

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