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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!

Ready to Rescue!

Whether it be saving the life of a person stuck in flood water, chain-sawing through a large tree which has fallen onto someone’s home or rescuing a victim of a road crash, the volunteers of the New South Wales State Emergency Service (NSW SES) are always ready to come to the rescue.

It’s wonderful that the masons are now part of the Aboriginal culture of this area.

These words, spoken by Les Bursill OAM, an elder from the Dharawal nation, completed a Naming and Smoking Ceremony for Lodge Kirrawee at Sutherland in March.

Crohn’s disease can involve any part of the gastrointestinal tract from top to bottom but most commonly affects the small intestine and/or the colon. Within a diseased section, Crohn’s disease can affect

Over 40 Freemasons came together on 19 January 2013 from all over NSW to support the annual 'Surfers for Autism' day held at Nobbys Beach in Newcastle.

All Lodge Dunblane wants for Christmas is enough grocery items to feed hungry families for another year.

As the Christmas season draws closer, WM of Lodge Dunblane Gub Billick and his brethren are taking part in the annual Christmas Trolley Drive.

On the 20th May 2012 an earthquake sequence began with a magnitude 4.0 at 01:13 local time. Less than three hours later, at 04:04 local time the biggest of these earthquakes occurred with magnitude 5.9 between Finale Emilia (province of Modena) and Sant'Agostino (province of Ferrara).

SouthCare started on 1 October 1998. Now 15 years later, the service has saved many lives and prevented added disability by the excellent work of flight crew, the paramedics, and the doctors of the Canberra Region Retrieval Service.

The generosity of Masonicare and the Coffs Harbour Freemasons has enabled two oxygen concentrators to be handed over to the local Palliative Care Service worth over $2,000 each.


In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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