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24/05/2017 - Staffordshire donates...

Following the terrorist attack in Manchester the Province of East Lancashire have started a fund to help the victims and families donating £10,000 to start the fund. The Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire yesterday donated a further £10,000 to this fund and support from other Provincial Grand Lodge's across the country is underway. Staffordshire Provincial Grand Master John Lockley said 'Following the appalling and cowardly attack on children and young people in Manchester, Staffordshire freemasons have made a donation of £10,000 to the fund which is being co-ordinated by East Lancashire. We want to try and help the families at this awful time. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and their families'.

18/02/2016 - Freemasons’ Grand Charity donates £666,500 to 17 charities

Eleven charities have received grants totalling £644,000, as part of the Major Grants Scheme in support of Youth Opportunities and Vulnerable People:
Barnardo’s: £25,000 to fund a project worker to support young people in North Tyneside. Girlguiding: £28,000 to empower young women aged 14-17 to learn about leadership and skills for life.

British Red Cross: £50,000 to fund a Patient Transport Ambulance (PTA) in Somerset. Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre, Wales: £13,500 to provide specialist therapy to children with cerebral palsy. Cystic Fibrosis Trust: £250,000 to fund a pioneering patient-led care programme, for people aged 16-24 that are suffering from cystic fibrosis.

English National Ballet: £30,000 to fund Dance for Parkinson’s, which helps people living with the condition to have a better quality of life.

Blind Veterans UK: £100,000 to help fund the cost of refurbishing disused outbuildings at Llandudno Rehabilitation and Training Centre.

Missing People: £10,000 to fund the salary of a Services Supervisor for the charity’s free 24 hours services team.

NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children): £47,500 to help protect the mental health of children under the age of five, by working with either their biological or foster parents.

RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People): £40,000 to fund the salary of a sight loss advisor at The Royal Hospital in West Sussex.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability: £50,000 to help fund refurbishment work in the brain injury rehabilitation hub.
Six charities have received a total of £22,500 as part of the Minor Grants Scheme, to help cover their core costs:
The Country Trust: £5,000: Aims to teach children from deprived areas of towns and cities. Amy & Friends Cockayne Syndrome Support: £1,000: Supports children and their families suffering from Cockayne Syndrome.

AF Association: £2,500: Provides information, support and access to treatments for Atrial Fibrillation (AFT).

Children’s Liver Disease Foundation: £4,000: Supports the needs of young people, up to the age of 25, affected by a childhood liver disease.

Pilgrim Bandits: £5,000: Special Forces veterans use their training and experience to help and inspire wounded soldiers to live life to the full.

Child Bereavement UK: £5,000: Charity supports families who have suffered bereavement and educates professionals.

For further information about any of the grants listed above, please email info@the-grand-charity.org


10/02/2016 - Grand Charity supports prostate cancer research

The Freemasons’ Grand Charity Supports University of East Anglia’s research with prostate cancer patients
Every year, over 44,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer across the UK. Since 2006 the Grand Charity has donated over £240,000 towards research into the detection and treatment of prostate cancer. Last year, The Freemasons’ Grand Charity awarded a grant of £100,000 to the Cancer Genetics team at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to help fund research that will focus on distinguishing between aggressive and non-aggressive forms of the disease.

“A critical problem in clinical management is that at the time of diagnosis it is not possible to reliably distinguish aggressive, from non-aggressive disease. The Grand Charity award will allow us to tackle this critical question head-on through the analysis of large amounts of information that have been already obtained from prostate cancer patients.” Professor Colin Cooper, Lead Researcher.

This most recent grant will support part of an ongoing study that was previously funded by the Grand Charity in 2011 and 2013 with grants of £50,000, bringing the total donated to this project up to an impressive £200,000. This previous research generated large amounts of data which, with this recent grant, can now be analysed using sophisticated techniques to further develop and refine tests that aid diagnosis.

“Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men in the UK, resulting in 11,000 deaths each year. Therefore, we believe strongly in assisting medical research that will focus on identifying which patients are most at risk of dying. We are very happy to give this grant to ensure further insight into this awful disease is achieved.”
Laura Chapman , Chief Executive of The Freemasons’ Grand Charity

10/02/2016 - Grand Charity donates £75,000 to flood relief

The Grand Charity has donated a total of £75,000 to flood relief in Lancashire and Yorkshire, in the wake of devastation caused by storms over the festive season. The donations will give continued support to individuals and families suffering as a result of flooding, and follow on from a £30,000 grant last month to the Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund 2015 and the Province of Cumberland and Westmorland.