Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest secular fraternal organisations and comprises a society of men concerned with moral and spiritual values. For many years Freemasons have followed three guiding principles, which they believe represent a way to achieve higher standards in life:
The qualities of kindness, understanding, tolerance and respect for the opinions of others.
Charitable giving and activities to assist the welfare of Freemasons and the community as a whole
Aiming for a high moral standard.
Charities supported by Libertas Secunda Lodge No. 6433
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Making Miracles is the baby trauma and family bereavement care charity who offer professional counselling to affected families
Our Lodge WM presenting 2 cheques totalling £900 to a representative of the Making Miracles charity
“Our aim at Sanctuary is to be one of a number of ‘first point of contacts’ to those who are homeless irrespective of situation or background, with a focus on providing assistance not catered by other agencies.
Our main focus is on providing a winter shelter between the months of November – March, where we provide our guests with a hot meal, showers and a safe, warm place to sleep 7 nights a week. We also help out with paper work and liaison with other charities and statutory bodies who can help them get back to living a more normal life.
None of this would have been possible without the support of our partners and our 150+ volunteers”.
Men, we are with you
We want a future where lives are not limited by prostate cancer. We unite the brightest minds in science and healthcare and the most passionate and caring people to help men live long and live well.
“The Riverside Active Lives Network is a Gravesend based user-led charity for adults with physical disabilities, promoting independence through our activity focused day centre”.
The vision of Hive Hope is for the residents of Northfleet and surrounds to know there is always Hope for a better future and to empower them to achieve this.
The mission of Hive Hope is to meet the fundamental needs of residents in crisis and to support them in practical ways to make the hope of a better future a reality.
“Dandelion Time gives children and families time and space to love and trust again. Time to heal from emotional trauma and abuse, time to rebuild confidence and strengthen relationships and time to develop skills and aspirations for a brighter future”
We’re here to offer a big helping hand – whenever, however, wherever you need it.
“We offer a wide range of services, available at home, at Russell House, or even in hospital. We cover everything from the time around pregnancy & birth to transitioning into adulthood and end-of-life care”.
Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, Gravesend is situated in the town of Gravesend, Kent, England (UK). The new Gurdwara was opened in November 2010 and cost £15 million to construct.
It is the second Gurdwara in Gravesend in addition to Guru Ravidaas Gurdwara, Brandon Street, after the Clarence Place Gurdwara which was formerly a Church. The Gurdwara complex is one of the largest outside India. The gurdwara was opened in 2010 and in 2020 will celebrate 10th anniversary since its official opening.
The complex has 3 prayer halls and 2 langar halls with separate industrial kitchens. The complex also includes a lecture theatre, IT Room, Library, Reception area and numerous other rooms. The overall complex benefits from a number of external buildings that are used for panjabi school, a Day Centre for the elderly and a fully equipped Sports Hall. The Sports Hall hosts numerous activities including boxing, basketball, netball, volleyball and karate.
The Gurdwara has a rich history of sports and an established football club (GNG Football Club). The Gurdwara complex has 2 FA approved football pitches and is surrounded by a running track. The GNG football club also has a female section, where 70 women and girls play.