MAECare receives a grant from the Masonic Charitable FoundationDecember 15, 2017
David Gray representing the Freemasons from the Province of the Yorkshire West Riding presented Joint Chair of MAECare, Pauline Roylance, with a certificate confirming a grant of £1,952 to support older people in Leeds 17 to receive massages and relaxation classes. Speaking at the Christmas tea t Treetops, David said ‘everyone at MAECare should be proud of all the work they do in the community.’
Pauline in behalf of MAECare said ‘we are grateful for the support which helps people to say as healthy as possible.’
The photo shows Eileen Ludlow (trustee) and Betty Lodge, (service user) as well as Pauline and David celebrating our award.
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