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There are a number of Masonic charities actively involved in the care of young people, orphans, the sick, the aged, and those affected by natural disaster.

Masonicare is one of the official Masonic charities in NSW and ACT. Through a range of different services Masonicare is able to make a difference in the community whilst spreading the good name of Freemasonry.

Masonicare’s services include Institutional Grants, Regional Grants, Youth Support, Benevolence and Disaster Relief. Visit the Masonicare website to find out more.

A Start in Life assists Australian youth overcome the barriers to their education, so they can enjoy the same learning opportunities as their peers.

The NSW Freemasons’ Orphans Society assists orphans from infancy, until they’re able to care for themselves.

The Whiddon Group is one of the largest non-sectarian providers of aged care in Australasia.

There are currently 16 facilities across the state, catering for more than 1500 people aged over 65 years. These homes are autonomous.

RFBI (Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution) was founded in 1880 and provides assistance to people in need, as well as being a well-respected provide of aged care and retirement living services. RFBI cares for over 1,400 residents and clients across 21 residential care villages, 20 retirement villages and home care services across NSW and ACT.

There are now more than 1400 residents in 18 centres across New South Wales.


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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