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North Wales Freemasons Forge Pathway to Better Health

The British Red Cross has launched a pilot scheme in #NorthWales to help people build independence and better links with their communities and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions. The move comes thanks to a £84,460 grant from North Wales Freemasons. The ‘Pathways to Better Health’ service aims to help over-50s in #Conwy and #Denbighshire who have been identified as needing extra support due to a pattern of frequent hospital attendance or calls to the emergency services.


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Freemasons fund New Creative therapy for bereaved young people.

A North Wales centre for palliative care has been awarded a generous contribution towards a new pilot project supporting young people experiencing grief following a bereavement. The project has caught the imagination of North Wales Freemasons who have been able to award a grant of £19,000 through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, which is funded by Freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales.


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#NorthWalesFreemasons | #InOurCommunity | #DiscoverFreemasonry

Building Compassion

Making positive contributions to our communities

North Wales Freemasons Forge Pathway to Better Health

The British Red Cross has launched a pilot scheme in #NorthWales to help people build independence and better links with their communities and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions. The move comes thanks to a £84,460 grant from North Wales Freemasons. The ‘Pathways to Better Health’ service aims to help over-50s in #Conwy and #Denbighshire who have been identified as needing extra support due to a pattern of frequent hospital attendance or calls to the emergency services.


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Freemasons fund New Creative therapy for bereaved young people.

A North Wales centre for palliative care has been awarded a generous contribution towards a new pilot project supporting young people experiencing grief following a bereavement. The project has caught the imagination of North Wales Freemasons who have been able to award a grant of £19,000 through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, which is funded by Freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales.


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