Blood Bikes, Wales, the fourth Emergency Service, after the police, fire and ambulance services, which is 100% charity funded and run totally by volunteer riders, provides a vital service to the NHS, transporting blood supplies, plasma, documents and other items between hospitals outside of weekday hours, on weekends and bank holidays. This service saves the NHS substantial sums which can be used for front line patient care.
“Thanks go to the Brethren and Provinces for their continued generosity in helping those in the Caribbean in their time of distress. Ring-fenced donations via the Mark Benevolent Fund are now closed but you can still help by donating directly to the Shelterbox charity.” Darren Coleman – Charities Manager of The Mark Benevolent Fund
Friday, October 27th, 2017 On the morning of the 23rd May Freemasons heard the tragic news of the terrorist attack on Manchester Arena. Knowing that Freemasons would wish to offer support in some way our Provincial Grand Master, Sir David Trippier, immediately launched an appeal for funds to assist those affected, which was initiated by … Read more