Sussex Freemasons donate £1000 to East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People

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Provincial Grand Lodge of Sussex & Lodge of Peace and Fraternity

Pictured from L to R are Steve Saunders (aids and equipment officer, ESAB), Waddah Kabbani and David Roberts of the Lodge of Peace and Fraternity and Gavin Lawson, ESAB trustee and coordinator of the Peacehaven and Saltdean Social Group.
From L to R are Steve Saunders (aids and equipment officer, ESAB), Waddah Kabbani and David Roberts of the Lodge of Peace and Fraternity and Gavin Lawson, ESAB trustee and coordinator of the Peacehaven and Saltdean Social Group.

 

A windy day at Birling Gap provided the scenic backdrop for the presentation of £1000 to the East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People (ESAB).

Members of the Lodge of Peace and Fraternity made the donation, which was match funded by Sussex Masonic Charities, to help the Saltdean and Peacehaven Social Group develop its membership and provide opportunities for people living with incorrectable sight loss. ESAB is the latest local charity to benefit from a grant from the Lodge: previous recipients have included the House Project and Connors 5.

 

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