How the Masonic Samariton Fund helps people in East Kent
As part of their 25th Anniversary celebrations, Heather Atkin, the MSF’s Marketing & Communication Manager has been working with our own Media Manager, Robin Evans, to discover how some of the recent grants awarded in East Kent have affected the lives of the recipients and their families.
The response took us by surprise. Below you find just some of the many accounts that we received – we thank all those that replied for sharing their stories with us.
Lawrence, who suffers from fibromyalgia, receives a grant from the MSF for a rise and recline armchair.read more
After receiving treatment and surgery for Bowel Cancer, James Martin receives an MSF grant for a stairlift.read more
Mrs Myrtle Ely, from Dover, receives an MSG grant for a stairlift and a reclining armchairread more
After both he and his wife fell down the stairs, Frank Turner receives an MSF grant for a stairliftread more
James and Thelma Hill receive an MSF grant for two mobility scooters.read more
After suffering a ruptured cerebral aneurysm, the MSF gave Sally Raby a grant for a motorised wheelchair.read more