Grants for Smaller Charities Totalling £27,000
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The Freemasons' Grand Charity is delighted to announce its latest Grants -
£27,000 to support nine smaller charities.

British Blind Sport £2,000

Helps blind and partially sighted people play sport (Headquarters located in Warwickshire).

CANCERactive £4,000

Provides advice and guidance on complementary cancer therapies and prevention (Headquarters located in West Lancashire).

ERIC £5,000

ERIC works to improve the quality of life of children, young people and families in the UK who suffer from the consequences of childhood continence problems (Headquarters located in Bristol).

The Elizabeth Foundation £5,000

Supports infant and preschool children who are suffering from hearing loss by providing education services, help, support and encouragement (Headquarters located in Hampshire).

Hearing Link £2,000

Provides guidance to people with hearing loss (Headquarters located in Sussex).

The Kiloran Trust £2,000

Provides respite for full time carers looking after a relative or friend at home who requires full time commitment to their care (Headquarters located in London).

The Movement Centre £2,000

Provides therapy to improve movement control for children with cerebral palsy or other movement control problems (Headquarters located in Shropshire).

Siblings Together £3,000

Promotes positive contact between brothers and sisters separated by Foster care, Residential care or adoption (Headquarters located in London).

SUDEP Action £2,000

SUDEP Action cares for people bereaved as a result of a sudden death by epilepsy, working with families and professionals (Headquarters located in Oxfordshire).

TOTAL: £27,000

For full details of the grants distribution, see The Freemasons’ Grand Charity Website at
Link to UGLE website