IT IS UNIQUE
People from all walks of life become Freemasons. Some become freemasons because they are attracted by the valuable work that the movement performs in raising money for charity. A proportion of these funds is used to assist Freemasons and their dependents in times of need, particularly the sick and the elderly, but the greater part goes to non Masonic charities – local, national and international. Freemasons also assist the community in more direct ways, such as carrying out voluntary work.
Some become Freemasons because of the unique fellowship it provides. Visit a Masonic lodge anywhere in your county, your country or the world and you are greeted as an old friend.