Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons Charity

Individual Funding

lodge chapter match funding

charity applications


Family photo sitting on a sofa after receiving help from the Cornwallis Charity

Making an Impact Across East Kent

The Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons Charity commenced its activities on the 12th of February 2014.

The aim of the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity ‘Is to support East Kent communities by providing financial help and relief for charities, voluntary organisations and Individuals in need’

Neil Hamilton Johnstone (Provincial Grand Master East Kent Freemasons)

“The Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity aims to be the face of Masonic Charity in the community. It seeks to maximize the benefit of the money that it gives to our local communities by not just sending a cheque, but by giving the recipient charity the opportunity of the greatest exposure so that others will recognise the wonderful work which that charity actually does.”

Apply in 3 Easy Steps

1.Visit the Application Page

2. Complete the Form

3. Submit the Form


Jess had received help from Freemasonry previously; during her training at the Royal Marsden Hospital, she had been lucky enough to have been awarded a Royal College of Surgeons research fellowship that was funded by Freemasons!

Jessica Evans, a Colorectal Consultant Surgeon and Director of Research & Innovation at the Hospital Trust


Holly Broadley, Trustee and Secretary says” The Bridge Village Playgroup was so grateful to receive the donation from the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons Charity”.



Sheila Ward the Project Co-ordinator for the Deal area Foodbank writes “We were extremely grateful to receive this grant of £500 from the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons Charity and I am happy to detail how it is spent”. I am always happy to come and talk to groups if that would be helpful.

Deal Area Foodbank


Beverley Callaghan, Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser said: “We are most grateful to the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons’ Charity for their generous support of our work. Whilst many symptoms of MS are physical, the condition can take its toll on people’s mental health as well, and that’s why our specialist MS counselling service is so important.”

The Kent MS Therapy Centre

Lets Make a Difference Together