Cancer charity receives £25,000 helping hand

By Dave Doyle | 20/09/2017

Cancer charity receives £25,000 helping hand
Aurora volunteers Barbara Lord (L) and Maureen Sampson (R) receive a cheque from Provincial Grand Master David Pratt.

CANCER charity volunteers have received an enormous helping hand from generous freemasons.

Barbara Lord and Maureen Sampson accepted £25,000 from the Masonic Charitable Foundation on behalf of Aurora Wellbeing, at a ceremony in Leeds this week.

They received the cheque from David Pratt, Provincial Grand Master for the Masonic Province of Yorkshire, West Riding.

Aurora won a public vote, earning a share of £3 million handed out by the MCF nationwide.

Every month, Aurora offers around 40 cancer patients and carers free hair care, manicures, pedicures, facial treatments, massages and more.


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