Bucks Provincial Grand Master


Buckinghamshire are immensely proud to be one of the first

Provinces to launch a Festival for the new Masonic Charitable

Foundation. It offers the brethren of Buckinghamshire the

opportunity to contribute and support this wonderful new charity.

Read more from RWBro John Clark >>


Make a regular donation to the 2021 Festival Appeal

over the next five years and enable the MCF to help

even more families, charities and community services.

Donate to the 2021 Festival Appeal >>


Organise a fundraising event and collect sponsorship from

your family, friends and colleagues with a free MCF online

fundraising page. You'll also receive a free lapel pin to show

Tell me more about the Festival Challenge >>

you've taken part in the Festival Challenge.

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I do hope that you and all those nearest and dearest to you are OK and keeping well. I have just shared a number of posts highlighting some of the grants that the MCF are making to charities who are facing a real increase n the call for their services whilst at the same time…

Here is a statement showing the impact Bucks Festival 2021 is having on the community

Another year, another Cheque Presentation Evening. The event was held in Aylesbury on Sunday, 19th May 2019. As usual a wide range of charitable organisations were in attendance.

Read our interview with Alison – one of our @thermbi Home Managers – for top tips to consider when choosing the best #care for yourself or a loved one 👇 #Care #Carehome bit.ly/34tttL4

We loved seeing these photos and videos from the Young Lives Foundation 🤩 Our £90,000 grant is helping #careleavers in #Kent to let loose, enjoy the great outdoors, and build up their skills and confidence💪 twitter.com/LegendsYLF/sta…

Would you like to receive your own copy of the next Better Lives magazine? Sign up to our mailing list to stay up to date with the latest news from the MCF 📨 mcf.org.uk/media/e-newsle… pic.twitter.com/Bh8GqlCVK4

💙 For those who care for an elderly, unwell or disabled family member, the responsibilities involved leave little time to think about the future. Find out how we can help people transition to life after care 👉 mcf.org.uk/media/better-l… pic.twitter.com/eVP3Wfm9wD

💪 Being a carer is a big responsibility, so making sure you are fit and healthy – mentally and physically – is essential if you want to continue providing the best possible care. Find out how our short breaks give carers the energy to carry on caring: mcf.org.uk/media/better-l… pic.twitter.com/MFWNZMH7oX