The Grand Sovereign's Care For Children Fund
Until July 2010, this fund was known as “The Red Cross of Constantine Millennium Fund” (RCCMF), its name was changed in order to reflect the changing emphasis of the Fund.

The RCCMF was formed in 2000 in order to assist those children whose lives are so badly affected by circumstances beyond their control after the tsunami in South East Asia.

Applications for assistance from the Fund are only considered, as its name suggests, from Charities whose work is directly concerned with the welfare and care of children. Applications to the Fund from suitable Charities or Divisions and/or Conclaves of the Order on behalf of such Charities should be made by letter stating the case for the application and enclosing as much supporting and financial information as possible. These are considered by the Charity Committee of the Order, which is headed by the Deputy Grand Sovereign, and then reports their deliberations to the Grand Sovereign’s Council for approval or rejection.

All applications should, in the first instance, be sent to:

Charities, Mark Masons’ Hall, 86 St. James’s Street, London, SW1A 1PL


Donations can be made by either completing the ‘Regular Giving Form’ or by sending your donation by cheque addresses to the ‘Accounts Department’ at the address above.
All cheques should be made payable to ‘The Grand Sovereign’s Care for Children Fund’.

How your Donations help Children’s Charities

The latest donations to worthy Children’s Charities are noted below.
Grants May 2012 to April 2013

Regular Giving Form