Hundreds of local armed forces veterans and their families, affected by dementia or other mental health challenges, can continue to visit the music workshop, Café Muse, thanks to our grant to Orchestra of the Swan.
During Black History Month, we have taken the opportunity to reflect on our commitment to listening, learning, and honouring the remarkable achievements of the Black community and providing support during challenging times.
Greater Manchester, National | Behind the scenes at the MCF, Dementia, Grants to charities, Later life
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.
Yorkshire, West Riding | Children and Young People, Grants to charities
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.
Yorkshire, West Riding | Grants to charities, Later life, Loneliness
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.
Yorkshire, North and East Ridings | Children and Young People, Grants to charities
Studies show that tapping into the left side of the brain can help people living with dementia create a dialogue to better express themselves. Bright Shadow uses the power of art and music to allow people diagnosed with and affected by dementia to live well and thrive.
East Kent | Dementia, Grants to charities, Later life