Walsall Bereavement Support Service is a small charity offering help to any Walsall resident who has been affected by bereavement. By providing help when it’s needed, WBSS aims to prevent the negative effects that...
Daily Archive: August 8, 2017
The Freemasons Foundation has donated $50,000 to the New Zealand Rugby Foundation which partners with New Zealand’s seriously injured rugby players.
The donation was announced at a charity evening hosted by the Freemasons Foundation at the North Shore Masonic Centre in Albany, on the night of the second test between the All Blacks and British and Irish Lions rugby team.
This is a Whittlesey based charity which has installed 35 public access defibrillators in Whittlesey and has provided awareness training sessions in all schools in the town. It is also running a screening program to detect young people at risk of sudden cardiac arrest.
HavThe provinceT The province of Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons have announced that they will be having a exhibition on Freemasonry at the Newarke Houses Museum running from October 2017 through to January 2018.
The British Deaf Association has been awarded a grant of £60,000 to help fund sign-language videos to help deaf people access vital services.
The grant will fund the production of 240 sign-language videos which aim to help deaf people access services ranging from health matters through to legal and financial advice.