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Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal
HRH The Duke of Kent, First Grand Principal
I am delighted that we will mark our 200th anniversary in 2013 by working with The Royal College of Surgeons of England to establish The Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal. Freemasonry has had a long and close association with the College through the 250th Anniversary Fund established in 1967, and we are delighted to have supported so many important research projects. This campaign gives us an excellent opportunity to contribute further towards something that is helping to save lives and improve the quality of life for us, our children and grandchildren.
Nigel Brown, Grand Scribe E
We are all justly proud to be the major benefactor to The Royal College of Surgeons of England for their surgical research funds. In order to provide a valuable donation to the College our target is to raise a minimum £10 plus gift aid from every Companion. We are using a Grand Charity Relief Chest and there are no administrative costs. You are also able to access a donation form on the Supreme Grand Chapter website. This is a wonderful way to mark The Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal and any contribution you may wish to make will be gratefully received.
For more information on the Appeal please see the link below:
Methods of Donation
You can donate to the Bicentenary Appeal online:
You can also donate by downloading and completing the donation form and returning it to:
Relief Chest Scheme, The Freemasons' Grand Charity, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ