Masons of Dama de Elche Lodge donate money to local charities

Masons of Dama de Elche Lodge donate money to local charities
Mary Chambers, the representative of DEBRA receives a cheque for €1000 and Annette English of the Children’s Home receiving a cheque for €760 from Worshipful Brother Gordon Ramshead and his partner Sheila Fairbairn at their La Marina store. This sum was raised by the Brethren of the Dama de Elche Lodge No 163 during his year of Mastership.

WORSHIPFUL Brother Gordon Ramsey, of Dama de Elche Lodge, recently visited two local charities to present cheques to assist them in continuing to support the children in need.

The first visit was to DEBRA (The Butterfly Children). These children are born with a genetic disorder which causes their skin to be as fragile as a butterfly’s wing. This creates enormous problems and needs very careful treatment. This is both difficult and very expensive. With a donation of €1000 this will be a great help in continuing the treatment of the children.

The second visit was to the Elche Children’s Home where a further cheque was presented to buy one thousand litres of fuel oil to help keep the children warm through the winter.This is a regular donation by the Dama de Elche Lodge with the home being one of its charity recipients.

Should you feel able to support these charities please do so by contacting them directly.

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