British Freemasons have donated over 1 million pounds in the last two months

Tuesday, 27 December 2011

London, United Kingdom. The Freemasons’ Grand Charity of the United Grand Lodge of England has donated in the past two months more than 1 million pounds for charities. 402,000 pounds were donated for medical research, youth and people with different problems.

British Red Cross has received £ 50,000 to fund a first aid unit vehicle in West Wales. Worcester Cathedral has received £ 25,000 to fund an apprentice stonemason. The British Epilepsy Society received £ 38,000 to fund a research project on the genetics of epilepsy, and the University of East Anglia has received £ 50,000 to fund research on urine biomarkers in prostate cancer.


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