The Provincial Grand Master had great pleasure, on behalf of the Province to present 4 local charities with donations from the Province and Masonic Charitable Foundation Matched Funding Scheme totalling £46,000. Cardiac Action Group £9,000 cheque and £3,000 Certificate Ernies Angels £9,000 cheque and £2,000 Certificate Guernsey Alzheimers £9,000 cheque and £2,000 Certificate Guernsey Sea Cadets £9,000 cheque and £3,000 Certificate In addition to Milly’s Foundation in Alderney on the 13th November, the local Freemasons donated £50,000 to charities in the Bailiwick. All money raised is exclusively from Freemasons. Ernie’s Angels Ernie’s Angels was founded in Guernsey in December 2017 in memory of
Whilst in Alderney last Friday for the installation meeting of St Anne Lodge, the PGM donated to Colin Williams, founder, a cheque for £4,000 for Milly’s Foundation. The main focus of the Foundation is assisting those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The donation was from the the funds raised in the past year’s Provincial Charity Appeal. The PGM “was delighted to present a cheque for £4,000 to Milly’s Foundation to support the excellent work they do in education and in supporting alzheimers sufferers in Alderney, both in the Connaught Care Home and in Domiciliary Care.” Mr Williams has conveyed… The thanks of Milly’s Foundation working group.
The recipient of the £5,000 was the St John Covid-19 Appeal. The Provincial Grand Master Keith Read, W.Bro Jim English the Provincial Charity Steward, and W.Bro Tony Le Tissier met with St John representatives on the 9th June at their HQ. MCF’s donation helped St John during the early stages of the crisis in various activities which included: launching the Caring Caller scheme for people who were feeling isolated or lonely co-ordinating community volunteer efforts support for local care homes a prescription and grocery delivery service for people who were isolating or shielding a decontamination team to support the emergency ambulance service a distribution service
Chief Executive of charity Lifelites, Simone Enefor-Doy flying visit to Guernsey The chief executive of charity Lifelites, Simone Enefor-Doy, recently paid a flying visit to Guernsey as part of a fifteen day tour of England and Wales to raise money for life-limited and disabled children in hospices. For each leg of the journey, during which she travelled nearly 3,000 miles, she was transported by volunteer Freemasons in a variety of weird and wonderful vehicles to a landmark location to raise awareness of and funds for the charity. This follows a very successful first tour last year which raised over £110,000. All money raised will support