The Freemasons raise funds for a number of charities each year and selected Action on Hearing Loss to help support the 440,000 people living with some form of hearing loss in Warwickshire.
Provincial Charity Steward at Warwickshire Freemasons, John Hayward, said: “English Freemasonry celebrates 300 years existence this year, well before the NHS was established, and in that time Freemasons have been part of and have always supported their local communities to the best of their ability.
“Action on Hearing Loss is a splendid example of an area where our funding is put to good use, and at the Warwickshire Masonic Charitable Association, we are happy to be associated with their efforts in helping the people of Warwickshire and the West Midlands with healthcare issues.
“Our support demonstrates our ongoing commitment to supporting worthy causes to the best of our ability, and Warwickshire Freemasons are proud to be associated with Action on Hearing Loss and the wonderful services it provides.”
Head of Midlands Region Services at Action on Hearing Loss, Michael Quinlan, said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to the Warwickshire Freemasons for their kind donation to Action on Hearing Loss.
“Donations like this help the charity continue its crucial work to provide information, advice, care and support for people in the UK living with hearing loss and tinnitus.”
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Notes to Editors
- Action on Hearing Loss (formerly RNID) is the national charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. Action on Hearing Loss enables them to take control of their lives and remove the barriers in their way, giving people support and care, developing technology and treatments, and campaigning for equality.
- For more information about how Action on Hearing Loss supports those with deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss in local communities please visit the website: How we help