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Helping those around us through charity is the very essence of Masonic belief, and Masonicare is the primary way for individuals to demonstrate Freemasons in action!

Lodge Blacktown Kildare supports Carevan

Carevan at Blacktown is an organisation that provides meals and clothing and other assistance to disadvantaged people in the local Blacktown area.

Lodge Benjamin Pryor has supported Reach Homeless previously, we raised money through a Bunning's BBQ sausage sizzle in Belmont in beautiful Lake Macquarie.

$52K for Westmead Children's hospital

Lodge Woollahra and the Grand Master with the help of the Masonicare donated $26,000 to the Westmead Childrens Hospital on the day of their 2019 Radiothon when the hospital had a sponsor matching every donation dollar for dollar. Which effectively means the Childrens hospital recieved $52,000 because of our donation.

The Riding for the Disabled has just received a donation of $12,000 from Lodge Kiama with the assistance of Masonicare. The presentation took place at a BBQ for brethren, volunteers and families also provided by the lodge for the Riding for the Disabled centre at Jerrara, Jamberoo.

Masonicare & Lodge Cessnock donate $2000 to Hunter Hands of Hope

Freemasons Cessnock and Masonicare recently donated $2,000 to assist Hunter Hands of Hope, a local charity that assists those in need, such as the local homeless community, those in distress, or those just having a rough time.

Mikaela Sutherland, winner of the Freemasons of NSW and ACT Community Service Award!

Mikaela Sutherland, of Sans Souci, won the Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award at the 2019 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards.

Masonicare and the brethren of Lodge Germania donated $1000 to Man Island, a revolutionary approach to mens mental health. Zac Seidler gave a presentation on how we can support all men manage their mental health, most importantly focus on your health when you are healthy, not just when you are unwel.

Tertiary prize winners

Talented students from multiple schools, including two sets of sisters, were the star attractions when 23 Awards were given at the Annual Prize Giving staged by A Start in Life at the Taronga Park Function Centre in April.

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