Year in Review 2020
Welcome to our ‘virtual’ year in review for 2020. Follow the path and watch videos about the achievements of Hand Heart Pocket over the past year, and how we have worked with Freemasons to make a bigger difference in communities across Queensland and in Papua New Guinea. Remember to download your copy of our Annual Review document before you leave this page.
Start with an address from the Board of Benevolence Chairman, Alasdair Begley.
Watch the highlights video about the charity work of Freemasons over the past year.
Hear how 38 young people at risk have gained confidence through TRACTION’s internal scholarship program.
Find out how young Queenslanders living with physical or mental health injuries will soon have new pathways to paid or volunteer employment.
See how young carers in Queensland will have the support to complete school, build a support network, increase their confidence and create hope for their futures.
Download a copy of our Annual Review document 2020.
News & Publications
Young carers living in Brisbane, Townsville and Bundaberg will receive extra support to overcome barriers to education, with the rollout of a new pilot program in Queensland by Australia’s leading young carer support organisation, Little Dreamers. Backed by a $380,000 Significant Grant from Hand Heart Pocket the Charity of Freemasons Queensland, the Young Carer Project […]
Our support of families and communities. Building on the legacy of Freemasonry, we empower, support and enable humanity in an ever-changing world.
Vulnerable young families in crisis on Brisbane’s southside continue to have access to vital support services to break down barriers and create their own futures, with philanthropic support having secured Micah Project’s Wellspring Hub in Hawthorne earlier this year. The partnership between Micah Projects and Hand Heart Pocket the Charity of Freemasons Queensland was formally […]