Masons donate to MABS

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Masons donate to MABS
DONATION: Santa Faz Masonic Lodge with the €1,250 cheque for MABS Photo credit: Mabs Spain

SANTA FAZ LODGE NO 48 recently manned a table when Campello’s International Club held a Charity Fun Day.

Aprons and jewels (courtesy of Bob Alchin) were on display and there were answers to visitors’ questions about Freemasonry.

A Royal Masonic Hospital Nurse’s silver belt buckle owned by the Club’s Secretary, Kim, who did her training there, was a particularly interesting exhibit.  

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The afternoon also saw a sponsored back-wax administered by a local beautician, Carmen, to Santa Faz Lodge’s master Greg Hustler, raising €157, most of which was donated by those Brethren who were present, ensuring that the reserve was reached and the event could go ahead.

Later that day, the Lodge presented a cheque for €1250 to Irena, the MABS area representative. 

Greg Hustler stated that the MABS Cancer Support Fundacion’s commitment in Spain could be summed up in a short sentence: “To care, comfort and counsel people affected by cancer.” 


This is something that has affected many of us and it is a worthy charity well deserving of support, he added.

Readers with questions or those interested in becoming a Freemason should email the [email protected] address.


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