March 31, 2017Freemasons Foundation News Updates - Click here The Foundation continues to support a number of community initiatives. Read the two page article recently published in the March issue of the Freemasons NZ Magazine.
February 3, 2017Live Opera - St Thomas’ Church Kohimarama Friday 3rd March 6 – 7:30pm For ticket information Click here
February 3, 2017Freemasons Foundation News Updates - The Foundation celebrates 60 years of caring. Read the two page article recently published in the December issue of the Freemasons NZ Magazine.
October 11, 2016Freemasons Foundation News Updates - The Foundation has recently been assisting the APO, the Auckland Writers Festival, NZ Opera and more. Read the two page article just published in the September issue of the Freemasons NZ Magazine.
March 17, 2016Genetic scientists from Harvard present latest Discoveries - Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences. 6.00 pm Tuesday 22 March 2016. Tickets & info on eventbrite.co.nz. Click here to view details.
March 17, 2016Opera at St Thomas’ Church, Kohimarama - Thursday 21 April 6pm. Tickets from email@example.com Click here for more details
March 2, 2016Freemasons Foundation News Updates - Click here The Foundation has been active over the last three months. Read the two page article just published in the March issue of the Freemasons NZ Magazine.
December 18, 2015Freemasons Foundation News Updates - Click here for our latest updates on a variety of activities which the Foundation supports, has just been published in the December issue of the Freemasons NZ Magazine.
July 28, 2015We’re helping get ‘wanderers’ home - Many of us have personal experience, or at least are aware, of the worry and stress caused to families and carers when those with cognitive impairment ‘wander’! The Foundation has made a grant to The WanderSearch Charitable Trust who work closely with the police and search & rescue groups to locate and return wanderers. OurRead On.
July 22, 2015Secondary students compete for ‘Best Brain’ - The New Zealand Brain Bee Challenge encourages high school students to take an interest in the human brain and neuroscience and to continue with this subject into their university studies. With our close connection with the study of brain disease through the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research, the Foundation lends a helping hand,Read On.