The Freemasons’ Grand Charity donates £600,000 to Hospices

Hospice patient and her nurse

Photo courtesy of the Freemasons’ Grand Charity

The Freemasons’ Grand Charity continues to support hospices with a total donation of £600,000 in 2015.

245 adult and children’s hospices across England and Wales have received funding, to provide essential services to those affected by terminal or life limiting illness.  Among those to receive assistance are Demelza in Sittingbourne, Heart of Kent in Maidstone, and Pilgrims in Canterbury, Thanet and Ashford.

Chief Executive of The Freemasons’ Grand Charity Laura Chapman said:
Every year Freemasons and their families work together to raise funds to ensure the incredible work of hospices can continue. The dedicated care they provide is highly valued by local communities and Freemasons believe strongly in continuing to support this.”

Since 1984, nearly £12 million has been donated to hospices’ services by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity.

For full details of the Freemasons’ Grand Charity grants to Hospices in 2015 visit www.grandcharity.org

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