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For The Latest Full Year:

The Grand Lodge of England donates millions of pounds annually to non-Masonic charities world-wide, typically some 50% of its total charitable donations for any given year.  Similarly, the Provincial Grand Lodge for Staffordshire donates tens of thousands of pounds to non-Masonic charities, again typically about 50% of its total annual charitable donations.


St Peter's Lodge itself donated £3,250 in total to the following non-Masonic organisations in 2022:

£250 to New Pastures Housing Association

This group supports vulnerable adults with complex needs to maintain a supported accommodation tenancy.

£250 to Green Park School

Regular annual recipients of funds from St. Peter’s. This is a special needs school in Bilston and has been supported for many years by our Lodge.

£250 to P3 charity

A Wolverhampton-based homeless/Housing charity offering emergency accommodation, move-on supported accommodation and floating outreach support.

£250 to Patsull Scouting Activity Centre

This group are looking to raise £1000 for an AED to be sited at this location. The location is off the beaten track and (God forbid) if there was ever an incident at this location there would be a considerable delay for an ambulance to attend. The AED will save valuable time, and lives, should the worst happen.

£250 to Good Shepherd

Since 2003 they have provided a regular food service in Wolverhampton and, more recently, have expanded the support they offer to include a day centre, meaningful activity programme, Housing First service and private sector supported lettings scheme.

£250 to Max Appeal

is a registered charity based in Stourbridge and is all about sharing, about hope and about standing with their families.

£250 to Fragile X Syndrome

formed in 1990 by families whose children had just been diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome.

£250 to Baby Blues Appeal

A non-profit making charity organisation, committed to raising much needed funds for local neonatal units in the Wolverhampton and Walsall areas of the West Midlands. Established in 1992, they opened their charity shop in Wolverhampton's Mander Centre in 1995, before moving to their current location in Victoria Street (WV1) in 2000.

£250 to Lily Foundation

The UK's leading mitochondrial disease charity and the largest charitable funder of mitochondrial research in Europe.

£250 to Compton Hospice

We believe people are more than their diagnosis and so we want to partner with you to give you the care and support you need to live the best life possible. From extraordinary clinical care services and expertise to emotional, practical and spiritual support from a dedicated staff and volunteer team, there is a wide range of support available to you at Compton Care.

£500 to Midlands Air Ambulance

Responsible for funding and operating three air ambulance helicopters and two critical care cars serving the communities of six Midlands counties: Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, the West Midlands and Worcestershire. This constitutes the largest air ambulance operating region in the UK. The charity also provides secondary cover to surrounding areas, such as Warwickshire and Mid Wales. Since 1991, the charity has responded to more than 66,000 missions, making it one of the longest established and busiest air ambulance organisations in the UK.

£250 to The Haven

Another long-term recipient of support from St Peter’s Lodge - The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and children who have been subjected to Domestic Abuse, and women who are at risk of homelessness. as well as offering a wraparound service for children and young people. Through both practical and emotional support we provide women and children are able to begin their journey towards healing and transforming their lives.

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