How East Kent Freemasons Help Their Local Communities
Throughout the year the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity, together with numerous Lodges and Chapters, give generous help to local charities and other good causes. Altogether in 2015 they gave more than £218,000 – read more about their charitable giving.
Some recent examples of the charitable nature of Freemasons are summarised below.
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The East Kent Branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity holds its third event of the season at Chart Fishery.
Sheerness Freemasons Andy Palmer and Paul Lingwood raise £600 for the British Heart Foundation by cycling from London to Brighton.
Freemasons from Thanet celebrate the 300th Anniversary of English Freemasonry with a ‘Night in Nashville’
Children from all over East Kent come together in Harrietsham for a splendid afternoon of family fun.
Over 200 competitors help to raise £20,000 for Macmillan Nurses at the 2017 Cornwallis It’s A Knockout Challenge.
The East Kent Branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity holds its second event in 2017
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A joint effort by Freemasons from Thanet and the Westgate and Birchington Golf Club succeeds in raising more than £2000 for the local RNLI’s May Day appeal.
A cheque for the monies raised by Freemasons in their Tercentenary Cathedral Appeal is presented to The Dean of Canterbury.
Freemasons from Paddock Wood help sponsor a concert for local Armed Forces Veterans
The East Kent branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity start their 2017 programme with another successful event.
Freemasons from Gravesend and Rochester launch their Tercentenary Community Project – a community taxi bus service.