In September 2019, the London Freemasons Charity awarded us a very generous grant of £4,650 that has been put towards our work with adults and young people who have survived an ABI.
This is what they say about their charity work:
“With grants totalling over £5 million each year, London Freemasonry is part of a masonic organisation that helps thousands of disadvantaged and vulnerable people to live happy, fulfilling lives and participate actively in society.
Over the last forty years, we have provided over £130 million to charities. The work is funded solely through the generous donations of Freemasons under the United Grand Lodge of England, their families and friends.
We have conducted surveys which informed us of the areas about which Freemasons care most passionately. Our grant-making programmes for charities target funding where it is most needed within these areas. Our current target areas are:
- Creating the best start in life for disadvantaged children and young people
- Reducing isolation in later life
- Medical research into degenerative disease
- Care services in the hospice sector
The target areas are reviewed regularly to ensure our grants are making the greatest possible impact.”
Visit their website to find out more: https://www.londonmasons.org.uk/what-is-freemasonry/freemasonry-in-london