Food Poverty Relief

Before Covid-19 came to the UK, Bristol’s Masons had set up a collection ‘basket’ for donated foods, toiletries and other essentials in the foyer of Freemasons Hall. It was for The Matthew Tree Project (TMTP), a locally based charity supporting individuals and families in crisis and suffering food poverty.  Donations rapidly increased, a volunteer ‘Mason-with-a-van’ volunteered to deliver the donated goods to the charity, and then volunteered to work for the charity!

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Masonary in action

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MCF Email June 2020

Fremasons donate Tablets to hospitals and care homes

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India and Bangladesh super cyclone victims receive £15,000 from Bristol Freemasons

9th June 2020

Some of the thousands of people whose lives were devastated when Super CycloneAmphan hit Bangladesh and India on 20th May, will be given urgently-needed humanitarian assistance, thanks to a grant of £15,000 supported by Bristol Freemasons.

More than 100 people have died, despite a mass evacuation in advance, tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed and power has been cut off in many regions. There has been massive damage to roads, bridges and other essential infrastructure, and many villages have been flooded or cut off.

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