Hope for Tomorrow Mobile Cancer Care Unit


Dear Brother Mark Master Masons,

In these difficult times of Covid 19, all Mark Masons have something to rejoice and be proud of. I am sure you will never forget your “Charity Giving” in which your donations helped with the purchase of the Hope for Tomorrow Mobile Cancer Care Unit.

Mark Masons are still working on our behalf to help those in need and with the assistance of the Mark Benevolent Fund (MBF) have successfully delivered the second Hope for Tomorrow mobile cancer care unit in East Anglia to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

Hopefully this vehicle will be launched with a series of presentations in March of 2021 when members of the Mark Province of East Anglia and their guests can attend, as happened when the first unit was presented to West Suffolk hospital at Ashlar House in Bury St Edmunds.

As Mark Masons, let us be proud of all the good work that we do to help those less fortunate than ourselves, who have been ill and are still suffering.

Please tell your friends and loved ones and let us pray for better times ahead and stay safe, God bless you all.

Yours sincerely and faithfully,

RW Bro RC Clarke
Deputy Provincial Grand Master in Charge

We received the first pictures of the Norfolk & Norwich MCCU which was delivered to the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on Thursday, 22 October: