Freemasons donate £45,000 to help disadvantaged Londoners

Reading Time: 2 minutes Londoners living with physical and mental ill health will benefit from projects aimed at improving their job prospects, thanks to our recent £45,000 grant to Thrive. This grant will fund projects based in Battersea Park which will provide severely disadvantaged people with skills and qualifications that will help them find work or pursue volunteering or … Read more

Northumberland Freemasons donate £5,000 to Digitally Connected Charity

Reading Time: < 1 minute Meadow Well Connected has been awarded a grant of £5,000 to help people from Riverside & Chirton gain vital digital and employability skills. Digitally Connected The grant will help to fund the Digitally Connected project which provides access to their IT Suite and support to improve digital confidence. Last year, Meadow Well Connected provided over … Read more

Surrey Freemasons help Stroke survivors in Merton with £40,000 grant

Reading Time: 2 minutes Stroke survivors in Merton will receive long-term support from Age UK Merton, thanks to a recent grant of £39,500. Life After Stroke is an innovative programme of rehabilitation services specifically designed to provide ongoing support for stroke survivors. The service, run by Age UK Merton, helps people by providing high-quality personalised support for anyone over … Read more

Freemasons donate £110,000 to support Caribbean relief efforts

Reading Time: 2 minutes Posted: 2nd November 2017 A series of grants totalling £110,000 have been donated to support ongoing relief efforts on islands across the Caribbean, hit hard by this summer’s hurricanes. The largest grant, of £50,000, will support Plan International UK’s work in Haiti and the Dominican Republic More than a million people in these countries are … Read more

Freemasons donate £15,000 to Home-Start Wirral helping vulnerable mothers

Pic of Freemasons donate £15,000 to Home-Start Wirral helping vulnerable mothers

Reading Time: 2 minutes Home-Start Wirral has been awarded £15,000 to help support mothers experiencing mental health issues. This grant will help the charity recruit and train volunteers, helping hundreds of local mothers suffering from post-natal depression and other mental health issues.