EAMBA Major Grant to BREAK

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The PGM presented the donation to:
Janes Van Vollenstee - Operations Manager, Laura Hughes - Mentoring Manager, Jo Shepherd - Manager Break Family Centre and Catherine Kenney - Head of Service Delivery


I’ll collect you at 12:30 PGM. Thanks Trevor.

We were off to the HQ of our chosen charity BREAK. This East Anglian charity looks after and supports young careers, some as young as 2 years old, up to the age of 18 years.

The Trustees of the EAMBA (East Anglian Benevolent Fund) have agreed support for a six months programme dedicated to these young people. The EAMBA is pleased to support this wonderful charity which works in our communities and offer a major grant of £16,000.

Today, Trevor Tinley and I presented a cheque to representatives of the charity at their offices in Norwich. They gave some interesting insights into their work and explained the major difference to a young persons daily life our grant will make. It made me so proud to think that we East Anglian Masons can and do make a difference. During the course of the next few months the Charity will provide us updates and case studies so we can all appreciate the difference we have made.

I have invited representatives to attend PGL in July, so you will be able to judge for yourselves the impact of our grant. They will also join us for lunch and hopefully we can hear first hand about their work. You can also follow the progress of the work here on our website (www.eastangliamark.org.uk) and Facebook pages.

I would like to thank you all for your continuing generosity towards the work of the EAMBA and the MBF. As with all our support we aim to make a difference in our towns and villages. Thank you and God Bless you all.


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See also: EAMBA -Young Carers


Visit the Break website