East Lancashire Hospice received £3.4k grant for essential patient communications – East Lancashire Freemasons

Reading Time: 2 minutes The East Ribble District Charity Steward Malcolm Roe, recently submitted an application for £3400 towards supporting a technology need at East Lancashire Hospice from the newly formed Regional Communications Groups. These Masonic Groups are leading the response to COVID-19 on behalf of United Grand Lodge of England and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.  The Provinces that are in the same RCG as East Lancashire are West Lancashire, Cheshire, North Wales and the Isle of Man. 

Freemasons raise more than £1 million to help Covid-19 support

Reading Time: 2 minutes Freemasons across the country in raising more than £1 million to support those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Freemasons Donation provides vital contact with families for hospital patients

Reading Time: < 1 minute A new nation-wide initiative by the Freemasons across England and Wales has seen nearly 1,000 tablet devices delivered to hospitals and care homes. More than 50 hospitals, care homes, and hospices across their regions have now benefited from these donations.

Sussex Freemasons donation will help patients in hospitals and hospices stay in touch with their loved ones

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sussex Freemasons, with support from the Masonic Charitable Foundation, are supplying 50 Samsung Galaxy Android Tablets to acute hospitals and hospices within East and West Sussex.

Older carers in crisis will be helped with a £52,000 grant thanks to Nottinghamshire Freemasons

Reading Time: 3 minutes A hundred older carers who look after people with learning disabilities will be given help and support, thanks to a grant of £52,000 to the Reach Learning Disability charity from Nottinghamshire Freemasons. There are more than 15,000 people with learning disabilities in Nottinghamshire, a number expected to rise. They are part of nearly 1.2 million … Read more