How to Donate

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Regular Giving

Regular giving is vital to the success of the appeal. It can be setup either through the post, via the phone or quickly and easily directly online.

Whichever method you choose to donate, your contributions will be recorded and count towards the Lodge Honorifics and jewel qualification.

By Direct Debit Form:

  1. Complete online 
  2. Complete the regular donations form and send it to the Relief Chest Scheme. (Details on the form).

Relief Chest Details

Please ensure that when you are requested for the Relief chest details you enter:


RELIEF CHEST NAME: PGL of Worcestershire 2022 Festival

Single Donations

Each member can fill in the charity donation to the E2022 Relief Chest when he submits a donation during a meeting. The donation should be placed into the charity envelope along with the tear-off portion on which each member adds his details.

Donations can be made direct to the MCF from funds held in your Lodge Relief Chest by using the blue transfer form (available from your lodge) and must be accompanied by a breakdown of who has donated, and how much, within the total transferred.

Remember to:

If the donor wishes to Gift Aid the donation - please remember to complete:

  1. Full name
  2. Address
  3. Tick the relevant box
  4. Date the form

Remember to add the Lodge/Chapter No. to be credited in the box provided.

Lodge Benevolent funds

Donations can be made from Lodge Benevolent funds but will not attract Gift Aid.

Please use  the single donation form, or the combined single donation and direct debit form. Post the completed cheque and forms to the Relief Chest office. These can be downloaded HERE.

Please make all cheques and vouchers payable to: "The Freemasons' Grand Charity"


Download the form and fill in the card details and the amount to be donated. The form can be found HERE.

Card donations can also be made online by visiting the Relief Chest Page or by telephone by calling the Relief Chest office on:

020 7395 9313