In accordance with the provisions of By-Law No. 5 of the Masonic Benevolent Fund of South Wales (Eastern Division), a Special Court of Governors will be held on Tuesday 17th November 2015 at the Masonic Temple Bridgend at 11.30am, to adopt the new constitution.
Masonic Benevolent Fund
The objects of the Masonic Benevolent Fund of South Wales (MBF) are the education and advancement in life of children of distressed or deceased Freemasons of the Masonic Province of South Wales and for the benefit of the widows of such Freemasons and in memory of the Right Worshipful Brother Lord Llangattock, a former Provincial Grand Master of this Province, to extend the benefits of such funds to old, infirm and distressed Freemasons of the said Province of South Wales, and also to subscribe annually to any or either of the recognised Masonic Charitable Institutions such sums as may be voted by the Annual Court of Governors.
In addition, the Annual Court of Governors may vote a sum, not exceeding one half of the investment income shown in the previous year's revenue account to be dispersed at the discretion of the Executive Committee to non-Masonic charities provided that such charities are registered as charities and either based within or operate within the Province of South Wales.
The MBF relies on brethren becoming Life Governors and on regular donations from Lodges in the Province to enable it to carry out its charitable work. Any brother interested in becoming a Life Governor should contact their Lodge's Home Charities Representative for further information.
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