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Veteran Alan returned from the Middle East with complex PTSD after suffering trauma during his time…
Health and wellbeing, Mental health, Support for Freemasons and families
In 2018, Tabitha Broadbelt received funding to study how optogenetics can be used to control memory cells at the University of Edinburgh.
London | Medical research
Alzheimer’s Support received a grant of £90,000 to help people with dementia to overcome social isolation.
Wiltshire | Grants to charities, Later life inclusion
In January 2020, we donated AUS $150,000 to help people affected by a catastrophic bushfire season in Australia.
In September 2019, we donated £20,000 to UNICEF to support survivors Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
In September 2019, we donated £20,000 to Plan International UK to support people affected by flooding in Bangladesh.
Beverley Community Lift are using their £5,000 grant to help people get out and about in rural Yorkshire.
Yorkshire, North & East Ridings | Grants to charities, Later life inclusion
Bolton Hospice received £17,500 to support bereaved teenagers in East Lancashire.
East Lancashire | Grants to charities, Hospices
In 2018, the MCF began funding its first PhD studentship through Bowel and Cancer Research.
In 2019, Liam Read received funding to study idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis at the University of Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire | Medical research
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