Freemasons donate to children's homes

Freemasons donate to children's homes

Thursday, July 02, 2020

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A week after donating a total of $2 million to the Jamaica Cancer Society and the Heart Foundation of Jamaica, Freemasons Association of Jamaica on Monday presented $500,000 each to the National Children's Home and The Wortley Home for Girls. The presentations were made by Thomas Smith, deputy district grand master of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands; and Stephen Holland, district grand treasurer. all four entities have, for years, received financial support from the freemasons.

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