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Charitable Work. 
The order has two trust funds which are registered charities. 
For the year ending 30th June 2022 the Grand Charitable Trust made donations totalling £94,060.49 to charities on behalf of The Order of Women Freemasons' Lodges. 
Click here to see the list of charities which received donations. 
We raise large amounts of money for charity by holding social events, and these also give members the opportunity to get to know each other on an informal basis. Each Worshipful Master selects, during her year of office, a charity particularly dear to her and often local to her lodge. The money raised during her year is shared equally between the charity and the Order's Charitable Grand Trust at Grand Lodge. 
At our Centenary celebrations in 2008, half a million pounds was presented to two cancer charities and in 2017 £100,000 was presented to Cancer Research after almost every lodge held events and took part in a local Race for Life run. 
During 2020 the Trustees of the Order of Women Freemasons' Grand Charitable Trust donated £300,000 to help those in distress during these difficult times. The money was divided between the following charities: 
BBC Children in Need 
St John Ambulance 
Salvation Army food banks 
Women’s Aid to help fund the assistance given to those experiencing domestic violence
In 2021 the OWF participated in the NHS Social Care and Frontline Workers' Day on 5th July. Lodges throughout the country held garden parties at 1pm on the day and £15,000 was raised for the NHS Charities. 

For the year ending 30th June 2022 the Grand Charitable Trust made donations  totalling £94,060.49 to charities on behalf of the lodges: 

Adelaide Litten Charitable Trust 
Alzheimer's Society 
Andy's Man Club 
Anthony Noland 
Arrhythmia Alliance 
Behcel's UK 
British Heart Foundation 
Cats in Crisis 
Chailey Heritage Foundation 
DEC Ukraine Appeal 
Dementia Friendly 
Dementia UK 
Flat Friends 
Fourth Runcorn Scout Group 
Guide Dogs for the Blind 
Harris Club for the Disabled 
Honeyrose Foundation 
Keech Hospice 
London Air Ambulance 
Macmillan Cancer Support 
Multiple Sclerosis Society 
Multiple System Atrophy Trust 
National Care Association 
Nationwide Association Blood Bikes 
Newport League of Friends 
North Staffordshire NHS Trust 
North West Air Ambulance 
Primrose Foundation 
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation 
Royal British Legion 
Ruddi's Retreat 
Salvation Army 
Smile Train 
St Catherine's Hospice 
St Gemma's Hospice 
Sue Ryder 
Support Dogs 
The Parent House 
Thomas Harrison House 
UCLH Charity Fund 
Uffculme School Trust 
Unseen UK 
Warwickshire Search & Rescue 
Woodlands Academy 
Yorkshire Air Ambulance 
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