The District 41 Ronald McDonald House Charity Tafe Dinner
Friday, 22 July 2011 11:09

Tafe_Dinner_10_May_2011The District 41 Ronald McDonald House Charity Tafe Dinner was held last night in the Mary Chisholm Function Room at the Campus of the East Maitland Tafe. The Brethren and their wives enjoyed a dinner prepared by the Students who are enrolled in the Tafe’s Hospitality and Tourist Industry course. Before the meal, the Students mingled with the crowd serving  entree’s to help our appetites.

Recipients of Masonicare's Flood Victims Appeal
Wednesday, 11 May 2011 17:23

MasoniCare are pleased to announce that as part of their Flood Victims Appeal over $83,000 has been raised. MasoniCare’s Appeal was a culmination of the generosity of Freemasons across NSW and the ACT in giving to both the Flood Victims Appeal and Tivoli 2011.

MasoniCare Presentation to Helensburgh Stanwell Park Life Saving Club Inc
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 11:39

helensbergW Bro Robert Pugh, on the left, representing Masonicare on behalf of W Bro Ron Short. Presenting Masonicare Cheque for $2000.

Carl Williams President of Helensburgh Stanwell Park Surf Life Saving Club Inc.

W Bro Evan Griffiths from Lodge Helensburgh. Presenting cheque for $800.

Elizabeth Astill and Philip Astill, Captains of Junior Activities, holding the Masonicare banner.

Junior Presentation Day at Helensburgh Sports and Recreation Club, 16/04/2011.


St George School presentation
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 11:27

bus_11St George School Presentation

On Thursday 7th April 2011, the St George School for Severely Disabled Children was presented with a new school bus able to accommodate twenty four children.

masoniCare in conjunction with Variety and other partners raised $150.000.00 for this project.  Greg Redfern, Tony Craig, Pamela and Philip Miller all representing masoniCare attended the presentation.

MasoniCare Presentation to Tomaree yacaaba Councelling Centre
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 11:04



MasoniCare presentation to Tomaree Yacaaba Counselling Centre given at Nelson Bay on Monday 21st March.
The people in the photos are John Moore MRR, Lynn Vatner manager of Yacaaba Centre (Information & Counselling Service Port Stephens Inc), Michael Netherton Wm. Lodge Tomaree and Sean Leavey MDR.

Flood Victims Appeal Fundraiser - Tivoli 2011
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 10:53

Tivoli_1Flood Victims Appeal Fundraiser  - Tivoli 2011

masoniCare, the charity of the United Grand Lodge of NSW & ACT, raised a remarkable $7,181 at an entertainment night for flood victims, bringing the total amount raised to $82,622.55

Presented by Lodge Thespian in association with masoniCare, the entertainment extravaganza – Tivoli 2011 – was held to support the masoniCare Flood Victims Appeal last night.  The impressive line-up of variety artists attracted more than 150 people to the event, which was held at the Sydney Masonic Centre.

Masons Support Ronald McDonald House
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 11:29


ronald_mc_donald_11Two cheques for a total of $4000 was presented to Ronald McDonald House this morning 18th April by V.W.Bro Garry Herritt DGIW of District 41 and V.W.Bro John Moore Region 4 MasoniCare Representative accompanied by Brethren representing the Lodges of District 41.


Camp Breakaway - Sponsored By Masonicare
Monday, 28 March 2011 11:15

Camp_Break_awayLocal not-for-profit charity Breakaway, held yet another successful family camp for children with high medical needs and their families on 25th –27th March 2011, at San Remo.

Breakaway’s Jodie Davis, stated “caring for a child with disability, especially one that requires high medical needs, is a very demanding role.  It often leaves parents physically and emotionally exhausted.  A respite break gives parents some much needed time out, while all their children’s needs are taken care of.”  She added “the children with the disability and their siblings are entertained and cared for by our dedicated volunteers, while we pamper the parents.  Our unique family model of respite has been a wonderful success story and is now in it’s 10th year.”

Letter from the Grand Master of New Zealand
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 08:34

  The Grand Master of Freemasons New Zealand, MW Bro Selwyn Cooper, recently spoke to a gathering of Masons and Ladies in Christchurch to convey support from Grand Lodge both personally and in regard to their Lodge properties.

He went on to report:

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