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Follow The Link To Get Your MCF Lapel Pin

The Masonic Charitable Foundation is a major new charity, that has just launched.
The Foundation will take over the work of the four central Masonic Charities, providing a wide range of grants to Freemasons and their families who have a financial, health and care or family need.
The Foundation will also award grants to other charities, medical research studies and disaster relief appeals.

Funded entirely through the generous donations of the Masonic community, the Foundation will have an annual charitable expenditure which places it amongst the largest charities in the country.

The Foundation will be financially strong, well-resourced and able to respond more effectively to the changing needs of Masonic families and other charitable organisations.

This website provides information about:

The support that the Masonic Charitable Foundation will provide
The review and consolidation of the central Masonic Charities (CMCs)
The grants provided in support of other registered charities
The latest news about the Masonic Charitable Foundation and the existing Charities
How to make a donation to the Masonic Charitable Foundation
Frequently asked question

Click on the filling link and fill out the form to get your lapel pin.

Members Of Redwood Support The Foundation Clubs Poker Night

Last month saw The Foundation Club hold its annual Poker Night at Sutton Masonic Hall. This event attracted masons, non masons and even “Aces” a professional poker player from the TV show “Late Night Poker”. Thankfully “Aces” was a gentlemen and taught us a trick or two, without taking our money. There was fierce competition throughout the  evening, but ultimately it come down to a show down between myself and Nick the chairman. Nick won! The top three decided to donate their winnings, minus a round, to charity, so with the raffle a whooping £595 was raised for Charity. £555 went to the 2019 Festival and £40 went to support TLC Teddies For Loving Care. Sam from the committee sat this one out, however he was working the floor and got a sign up for mark masonry and another for a past masters lodge. All in all it was a suburb evening enjoyed by all.

To find out more about Surrey’s Light Blues Club The Foundation Club, please visit and to join please visit

To find out more about the charities mentioned please visit the following links

2019 Festival

TLC Teddies For Loving Care





Redwood Supports The Crime and The Craft Event Held At Nutfield Masonic Centre

The 24th of March saw 20 members of the Foundation Club ascend Nutfield Masonic Centre including 4 Redwood members , to witness Mike Neville’s latest talk ‘Crime and the Craft’. Mike delivered a fun and informative talk on historical events and his talk covered various crimes that involved Freemasons, either being perpetrators, or who were involved in the investigation and solving of these crimes. It was a fantastic evening, where we all learned something new. The talk was concluded by a quiz and I am delighted to say as Team Captain, that my team paid the most attention and obviously won. We then retired to the bar, held a raffle and raised £100 for Mike’s chosen charity. This is the second talk Mike has done for us and we look forward to welcoming Mike back for another event soon.

To find out more about Surrey’s Light Blues Club The Foundation Club, please visit and to join please visit


Redwood Lodge – We Sow the Light of Old

Redwood Lodge has been meeting in Surrey for  over 100 years and can claim to be one of the oldest lodges in the province.  We have been meeting in Glenmore House in Surbiton since 1921. Freemasonry means so much to its members, and we hope to use this site to put some myths to rest, tell people what we are up to, and perhaps encourage others to join. Continue reading Redwood Lodge – We Sow the Light of Old

Surreys' Premier Masonic Lodge, Consecrated 1909 and still going strong