Mandate Lodge Charities archive - 2015

Charitable Donations for the Year ended 31 March 2015

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children - see below
London’s Air Ambulance MMC Appeal - See below
Soma Mine Disaster Orphans Fund, Turkey - info
Médecins Sans Frontières (Ebola emergency) - info
Royal Masonic Trust for Girls & Boys - info
Hillingdon Hospital Foundation Trust - Maternity Ward - info
The Centenary Charitable Fund - info




The Worshipful Master’s charity for 2015/16:
Metropolitan Masonic Charity- The Master has chosen to support this London wide appeal with other Lodges to raise £2 million to help London’s Air Ambulance secure a much needed second emergency medical helicopter.

London’s Air Ambulance delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London 24/7, using a helicopter by day and rapid response cars at night or in adverse weather conditions. In 2014 the London’s Air Ambulance helicopter was offline for maintenance for 55 days in total. The acquisition of a second helicopter will extend daylight flying hours in the summer months thereby helping London’s Air Ambulance to reach an estimated 400 more patients per year by aircraft. By having a helicopter available at all times, it will also give London greater resilience during major incidents. - London's Air Ambulance

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
This world famous children's charity embarked on a major £30 million project to finish Phase 2 of their ambitious redevelopment programme to upgrade their oldest buildings and create additional space to allow more children to be treated. Great Ormond Street Hospital deals with over 220,000 patient visits every year. Read some of the remarkable stories of our patients and their families -

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