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Gift from Lincolnshire's Freemasons helps support victims of India cyclone




Freemasons from South Holland have contributed to financial support given to victims of Cyclone Fani which has ravaged the Indian state of Odisha, writes Ben Smith.

The aid was given by 21 Freemasons in Lincolnshire, specifically the Freemasons’ charity, the Masonic Charitable Foundation, and will help to provide dry ration kits of basic food to 5,000 families, along with household essentials.

DONORS: Some of the Freemasons, all of whom have contributed to disaster relief efforts in India through the Masonic Charitable Foundation. Pictured are, from left, John Cooper, Richard Skells, Kevin Savage, Sean Devlin, and Jeremy Hills. Picture: Jon Hollis. (12165260)
DONORS: Some of the Freemasons, all of whom have contributed to disaster relief efforts in India through the Masonic Charitable Foundation. Pictured are, from left, John Cooper, Richard Skells, Kevin Savage, Sean Devlin, and Jeremy Hills. Picture: Jon Hollis. (12165260)

A further 2,000 households will receive shelter materials so they can begin to repair their homes, while 2,000 children will be provided with educational materials so they can get back to school as soon as possible.


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