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Charity Evening 2010 .

On their 9th Annual Charity Presentation Evening the Masons of Middlesbroughand the Zetland Ladies Club donated another staggering amount of £24,964 to Local Charities.

Hosted by WBro Jim Skelton of the Freemasonry in the Community Committe the evening was attended by over 120 people and amongst those was the Assistant Provincial Grand Master RWBro Bill Fisher and his wife.
After a light meal and refreshment, each Lodge presented cheques to their chosen charities, money that had been raised through Socia evenings, raffles and sponsored walks etc.



Charity Presentation Evening 2009

At a time when a number of Charities are seeing a drop in donations due to the economic downturn those fortunate enough to be invited to the Annual Charity Presentation evening held by the Middlesbrough Freemasons on Thursday 21st May 2009 were extremely lucky.

The Masonic Hall in Roman Road was the venue and the Freemasons gave £26,908 to 29 local Charities. The sum raised was from their own donations and fund raising initiatives during the last twelve months.
Examples of the events undertaken were the climbing ofthe three highest peaks in the United Kingdom in 24 hours,a Boxing Day dip in the North Sea and social evenings. 
This was the eighth Annual Charity Presentation Evening. Over £100,000 has been donated to local Charities since these events began.



Charity Presentation Eve 2008

£13,385 given to Charity by Middlesbrough Freemasons. 

At their seventh Annual Charity Presentation evening held on Thursday 15th May 2008, at the Masonic Hall, Middlesbrough, the Freemasons of Middlesbrough and the Zetland Ladies Club (a club for the wives/partners or widows of Middlesbrough Freemasons) presented £13,385 to various local and some regional/national charities. (The total given since this event was started has now reached £80,000). 
The money had been raised locally during the last twelve months by Freemasons, their wives/partners, families and friends at events such as social evenings, sponsored walks etc, and from donations by the Freemasons themselves 
Representatives from 24 invited Charities, together with their partners and colleagues attended the evening to receive the donations. The representatives were entertained by Freemasons from the specific Lodge(s) who were making a donation to their Charity. 

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