Throughout its history, Royal Crown Lodge was a firm supporter of the masonic charities and donated considerable amounts to the Royal Masonic Institute for Girls, R.M. Institute for Boys, R.M. Hospital and others. During the 1910s-1920s our members raised 220 guineas for the war efforts and the after-war works for which the lodge was awarded its Hall Stone Jewel.

From 1967 to 2013 our lodge had an associated with it Royal Crown Lodge Benevolent Fund (Reg'd Charity No.251864) which became inactive and on 9th June 2013 was removed from the Register of the Charity Commission.

It was founded "for the relief of such poor and distressed brother masons or their poor and distressed widows and children or for the benefit of such masonic charities or other charitable institutions, societies and objects as the lodge shall direct" and operated throughout England and Wales raising funds and making grants to various organisations for the charitable purposes.

Nevertheless, even after the dissolution of the fund, the lodge continues collecting alms and raising funds for the same noble purposes - supporting its members and the greater masonic charitable projects.

Our lodge is also a Grand Patron of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution and a Bronze Award Winner in the London Appeal of the R.M.B.I.