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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!

 VW Bro Brian Morgan stands beside an RFS Air Firefighting plane

As a member of the Cootamundra Aviation Support Brigade of the Rural Fire Service I assisted in fighting the disastrous fires which have recently devastated Australia. Many of the members of my brigade have been deployed to various locations throughout NSW both as Air Base Operators and/or ground crew.

What it means to be an RFS volunteer

So, when did the 2019/20 Bush Fire Season in NSW start? It’s hard to recall now after so many calls to action, and my head is as hazy as the smoke-filled atmosphere of NSW as I write.

L-R: RW Bro Gary Chandler, Carmel Robertson, RW Bro Phil Robertson,  RW Bro Doug McCumstie, W Bro Joe Roach, Rebecca Price.

CANDO Cancer Trust in association with Coffs Coast Freemasons held the annual Rottnest Island Charity Relay swim at the Coffs Harbour swimming pool.

L-R: Maree, “Teddy” and W Bro Graham (Yogi) Elliot,  one very happy ticket buyer, Gael Knox,  MW Bro Derek Robson AM, Helen George, W Bro Ken Donoghue.  Seated: Bro Wolf De Faux Hidden and busily writing tickets: W Bro Tim O’Keeffe.  Photo by Bro John McAvoy.

The easing of COVID-19 restrictions has enabled the brethren of Lodge Federal United to return to their fundraising.

For over 20 years Ballina Hot Meal Centre has been preparing up to 300 sit down and takeaway meals for homeless, disadvantaged, and lonely people at the Ballina Masonic Centre.

Wamberal Surf Life Saving Club was the venue for the SLS Central Coast ‘Raising of the Flags’ ceremony.  Another season has begun and Freemasons on the Central Coast are extremely proud to be able to support this vital and vibrant organisation for another year

The perfect backdrop – a pod of some thirty dolphins frolicking in the surf – Wamberal Surf Life Saving Club was the venue for the SLS Central Coast ‘Raising of the Flags’ ceremony.

Another season has begun and Freemasons on the Central Coast are extremely proud to be able to support this vital and vibrant organisation for another year.

Steve Sullivan representing CCKIN, presenting VW Bro Geoff Bown DGIW D21 with the Community Ambassador award

Freemasons on the Central Coast are proud of their history of support for Central Coast Charity, Central Coast Kids in Need (CCKIN).

Fiji Levuka Masonic building

W Bro Geoff Ferguson and his wife Judi thought they had completed their task of helping schools and children in Fiji but it seems one more invitation could not be resisted.

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