We are kind to our residents, their families and each other because we are passionate about how we deliver care. We believe that everyone should be treated with dignity and their wishes respected at all times.
We are here to help and be supportive in our approach to care, placing residents at the heart of all we do. We treat each person as an individual, recognising the things that are important to them and working as a team to achieve this.
We are open, honest and trusted in delivering care to Freemasons, their dependants and the wider communities. We have been supporting older people for over 180 years, and we work closely with our residents, their families and each other to offer a safe environment.
The Grand Lodge started the Royal Masonic Benevolent Annuity Fund for men in 1842 and for females in 1849.
In 1850, the first Home was opened in East Croydon and the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) was established.
The Home remained in Croydon for over 100 years until 1955 when it was transferred to Harewood Court in Hove after identifying the need for bigger premises.
Today, RMBI Care Co. has 17 care homes in England and Wales and supports older Freemasons, their families and people in the wider community with residential care, nursing and dementia support.