Round Table Lodge Donates £3,500

The Round Table Lodge of Middlesex, No. 8301 recently made donations of £2,500 to RMTGB in support of the Rock Ride 2 Bicycle Ride and 2020 Festival and of £1,000 to The Mulberry Centre, Isleworth.

Worshipful Master, W. Bro. Dan Smale, said that the Lodge was delighted to have been able to make the donations in support of such worthy causes.

Emma Cartwright, Chief Executive of The Mulberry Centre said:-

“Please thank the Brethren at the Round Table Lodge of Middlesex for supporting the work of The Mulberry Centre so generously. All the donations from your Masonic networks make a real difference to what we are able to achieve. It is also good to know that men (a “hard to reach group”!!) are learning about us and know that we are here as a resource should they – or anyone they know – need our support.”

Sarah Bartel of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys said:-

“Please convey to the members of your Lodge our sincere thanks for their generous support”

About The Mulberry Centre:- The Mulberry Centre, Isleworth is a non-profit organisation providing practical and emotional support to anyone affected by cancer. It is located within the grounds of the West Middlesex University Hospital.

About The Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys:– Their mission is:

“To relieve poverty and advance the education of children of a Masonic family and, when funds permit, support other children in need.”

In working towards thier mission, we provide a range of support to children and young people:

Awarding grants following a distress
Supporting exceptional talent
Enabling life-changing opportunities
Awarding grants to other charities
In-kind support to Lifelites

Their support enables children and young people to overcome the effects of poverty and complete the education and training they need to succeed in life.

About The Round Table Lodge of Middlesex, No. 8301 – the majority of the Members of the Lodge are past Round Tablers, who belonged to Tables in Area 27, however, recent Initiates have come from Rotary, 41 Club and similar organisations.

The Lodge meets at Twickenham Centre on the second Wednesday in November (Installation), January, March and May.

For more information please contact the Lodge Secretary:

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