21st February 2012

Three more charities thank Warwickshire Freemasons for donations

Following on from the other day… three more charities have published thank you messages… St Giles Hospice, The Mercia MS Therapy Centre and the James Hirons Care Home.

Speaking about the £1000 donation, Lyn Shiel, Community Fundraiser for St Giles Hospice, said: “We are delighted that the Warwickshire Provincial Grand Lodge has continued to provide funding this year. “St Giles Hospice cannot carry out its work without continuous financial support and we are delighted to receive this generous donation.”

St Giles Hospice provides high-quality medical and nursing care for local people living with cancer and other serious illnesses, as well as offering support for their families and helpers.

The Coventry Telegraph has also reported that The Mercia MS Therapy Centre has received a £400 donation.

Centre manager Zoe Seville-Edden said: “We cannot continue without donations.”
The Aldermans Green charity provides treatment and support for people with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and autism.

Another donation of £1000 was made to the James Hirons Care Home. We are delighted that the Warwickshire Provincial Grand Lodge has continued to provide this funding this year. This money will enable us to provide additional support to our residents.

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