Faced with the greatest global pandemic in living memory, Freemasons came together in 2020 and donated a total of £1m as well as their time to help those in need.
With charities experiencing a shortfall in funding due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Norfolk Freemasons have made a grant to relieve the financial pressure of unpaid carers. Norfolk Family Carers have
Sea Palling is an independent lifeboat station and they are grateful for the help provided by Norfolk Freemasons. For nearly 50 years, we have operated the Lifeboat Station without a
Hundreds of lonely and isolated older people will be receiving regular visitors, thanks to a grant of £7,600 to the West Norfolk Befrienders charity from Norfolk Freemasons. Loneliness among older
The Province has made a significant donation to help the homeless in West Norfolk. The Winter Night Shelter opened in November after planning permission was granted to convert an old
The Dynex Agility Automated Elisa System which was funded by Freemasons from Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Hertfordshire, has been fully installed and configured at the University of East Anglia. Four
In 2019, Norfolk Freemasons together with the Masonic Charitable Foundation raised and donated £190,213 to cancer research at The University of East Anglia. Here, the team at the UEA give
Like all charities, Norwich based Nansa saw a big drop in their income due to Covid-19. This would have resulted in their All Aboard project being discontinued after only a