The Tilly Community Flat
W.J.W. Bro. George Inglis and I.P.M. Bro Jim Moir on behalf of the Brethren from the Lodge donated 100 Easter eggs to the Tilly Community Flat to distribute amongst the local community to bring a little Easter cheer during difficult times.
Brethren from the Lodge donated £1000 to the Tilly Community Flat after a plea for food stuffs for the Christmas period where families struggle the most. There was one condition when donating this money, the condition was that selection boxes were purchased on top of other food for the kids in the community.
Fire Walk for the Forget Me Not Club
W.S.W. Bro. Craig Allison walks across the hot burning embers in aid to raise funds for the Lodge's designated charity the Forget Me Not Club.
Bro. Marvin Slaytor walks across the hot burning embers in aid to raise funds for the Lodge's designated charity the Forget Me Not Club.
Forget Me Not Club
Brethren of the Lodge presenting a cheque to the Forget Me Not charity. The money raised came from the reigning Masters degree when the Right Worshipful Masters of each of the Lodges in the Province of Aberdeen City took part in this special degree. All Brethren present contributed £600 and the Lodge contributed a further £400 taking th total to £1000. http://forgetmenotclub.co.uk
The Forget Me Not Club came to the Lodge. They gave the Brethren a talk on what they do and how they help people with varying stages of dementia. http://forgetmenotclub.co.uk
Somebody Cares Food Bank Donation
With the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic the Brethren of the Lodge were aware that families were struggling to feed themselves. This issue was around before the pandemic but, it has become worse during it. With charity being one of the main virtues of Freemasonry, we as a Lodge decided we would help with providing food to Somebody Cares food bank. https://www.somebodycaresscotland.org
Somebody Cares Easter Egg Donation
Whilst donating food to Somebody Cares Aberdeen, the Brethren of the Lodge were made aware of the deeply upsetting situation where so many families are having to use food banks in and around the city. A collective decision was made to try and bring a little magic back to the kids of the families that are struggling by donating Easter eggs. We hope you enjoyed them! https://www.somebodycaresscotland.org
Charity Boxing Night
Brethren from the Lodge at a charity boxing night put on by the District Grand Priory of Aberdeen, Banff & Kincardine. All in aid of Cancer Research. https://www.cancerresearchuk.org
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