The 3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless Trust has a new van, which will help them expand their charity work. The van, funded by a grant of £32,356 from the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), was on show at Sheaf Close on Wednesday the 27th of October 2021.

Les Hutchinson, MCF’s CEO, was pleased to hand over keys for the new van to charity co-founder, Ged Dempsey who said:

This is a very generous gesture on the part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation, one for which the Three Pillars is most grateful. It will enable us to expand our work into the Wellingborough and Rushden areas where there is a clear need.

From left, Howard Wilson (MCF Trustee), Max Bayes (PGM), Ged Dempsey (Three Pillars co-founder),
Les Hutchinson (MCF CEO) & Gerry Crawford (ProvGChStwd)

Les Hutchinson said:

The MCF, the Freemasons’ Charity, is pleased to have been able to help with the wonderful work being undertaken by the Three Pillars charity. It is an excellent example of Freeemasonry in the community, and we applaud the great efforts of local Freemasons in this venture.