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Over 2,000 local children and young people from under-represented communities will be getting close to nature, thanks to a grant from Staffordshire Freemasons to the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.Find out more
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
Parents of pre-school age children in need of additional help following the pandemic will receive support from the Coast and Vale Community Action (CaVCA) thanks to a grant from Yorkshire, North and East Ridings Freemasons.Find out more
Worksop College welcomed their first transformational bursary student, Max, who’s place was fully-funded, thanks to the MCF.Find out more
Some of the most vulnerable parents and babies in Southampton will be given intensive support from trained volunteers thanks to a grant from Hampshire and Isle of Wight Freemasons to No Limits.Find out more
Young people across the country will be given help and support to resolve disputes with their families that are likely to lead to them becoming homeless, thanks to a grant from Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons to The Bridge (East Midlands) charity.Find out more
60 children under five years old across Neath Port Talbot will develop their speech, language and communication skills through forming friendships at an early age, thanks to a grant of £60,000 from South Wales Freemasons to Resolven Building Blocks charity.Find out more
Over 1,000 hungry children will get their morning off to a better start, thanks to our grant of £60,000 to children’s charity Magic Breakfast.Find out more
Hundreds of young people who regularly attend the evening sessions at The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton will be able to access mental health “first aid”, thanks to a grant of £35,000 from Staffordshire Freemasons.Find 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
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