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Six hundred school children aged between five and seven years old in disadvantaged communities of Doncaster will receive individual reading support over the next three years thanks to a grant from Yorkshire, West Riding Freemasons.Find out more
An additional 50 older people from across Leeds with serious health conditions will be able to stay in their homes thanks to a grant from Yorkshire, West Riding Freemasons to the Hawksworth Older Peoples’ Support (HOPS) charity.Find out more
£ 47247 Creating the Best Start in Life for Disadvantaged Children and Young PeopleFind out more
More than 500 underprivileged children will have the chance to take a break from child poverty in east Leeds and head to the countryside to engage in outdoor activities, including growing their own food, and improving their communication and life skills, thanks to a grant of £15,000 from Yorkshire West Riding Freemasons to the Learning Partnerships charity.Find out more
Hundreds of vulnerable children and young people from across the region will receive support on a working farm to overcome a range of serious issues and return to education, thanks to a grant from Yorkshire West Riding Freemasons to Whirlow Hall Farm Trust.Find out more
£ 54,229 Creating the Best Start in Life for Disadvantaged Children and Young PeopleFind out more
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