Freemasons donate £80,000 to The Children’s Trust

The Children’s Trust’s brain injury specialists are experienced clinicians, who will work with the child, family and school, providing advice, brain injury education and classroom strategies to support each child.

The grant will be used to fund the role of a Brain Injury Specialist at Sheffield Children’s Hospital who will support around 500 children across South Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North Derbyshire over the next two years.

Headway Birmingham and Solihull thanks Freemasons

Headway Birmingham & Solihull is a local charity that the Province of Warwickshire has supported for several years. Headway is a brain injury association, acknowledged to be the leading national brain injury charity. The Birmingham & Solihull branch (formerly known as Headway West Midlands) is a relatively small, but growing voluntary organisation with ambitious plans for future expansion of its services. It is a registered charity, fully qualified to receive our support.

Brain research awarded £600k since 1990 – Masonic Charitable Foundation

Brain research awarded £600k since 1990 Posted: 23rd March 2016 For this year’s Brain Awareness Week, the Masonic Charitable Foundation looks back at the support Freemasons have provided to further research into brain related conditions. Since 1990, Masonic charity has donated almost £600k to 12 brain research charities. Most of this financial support has been … Read more

Mallender Lodge Donate £500 to 3 Local Charities

Sunday, 8th May, was a busy day for the Worshipful Master of Mallender Lodge No. 8835, Mel Hammond.  On behalf of the members and supporters of the Lodge, he presented three cheques – each for £500 – to representatives of Brain Injury Support Group, Padfield Congregational Chapel and Reuben’s Retreat. The charity day has become an … Read more