Friendly 239 & Caring for Miracles Foundation. WM. Bro. David Cuthbert handing over an Oxygen, Blender, Hose & Accessories for the NICU at the University Hospital of the West Indies on June 1, 2023 to Dr. Michelle Campbell, Consultant Labour & Delivery, UHWI. Check Instagram and Facebook for the full story.
The Master of the Jamaica College Lodge No. 7254 along with his wife Jodi and son Mason, visited the Church of St. Margaret, Liguanea on Sunday morning, April 23, 2023.
Accompanying him were W.Bros. Wade Morgan & Arturo Stewart and his wife Marcia.
The W.M. brought greetings to the Church and made a donation from the Lodge to assist in the Church's outreach program.
Also in attendance were a prospective member of the Lodge and a recipient of the Jamaica College Lodge's own charity outreach.
University Lodge No. 7128
District Grand Master R.W. Bro. Thomas C. Smith J.P. along with author Jackie Ranston donate copies of 'Masonic Jamaica and the Cayman Islands' volumes one and two, to the University of the West Indies Library, Mona Campus. Receiving on behalf of the University is Sheriel Kean, chief librarian whose father Cleveland Kean was a past master of St. Thomas Lodge No. 4338.
Cayman Masonic Children's Foundation
September 2022. Friendly Lodge #239 continues its charitable outreach by contributing to basic school repairs across the island. Pictured are WM Bro George Lewis and the Principal as check is handed over to assist with the repairs to the ceiling and roof of the Downs Community Centre Basic School in rural Manchester.
District Grand Lodge of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, presents the Freemasons Association of Jamaica commitment letter for a donation of $1 million to the Jamaica Cancer Society, accepted by the society's Chairman Earl Jarrett on Wednesday. The presentation was made at the Cancer Society's office in St Andrew.
Presentation of a cheque by the Adair Lodge for $40,000 to Mr. Alwyn Miller, CEO of the Mandeville Hospital, to assist in the purchase of face shields and face masks for Covid-19 frontline workers.
Members of the University Lodge #7128 handing over several care packages to The Wortley Home.