Constantine Masonic Order donate £2,500 to Rockinghorse

The Sussex based Constantine Masonic Order have made a generous donation of £2,500 to Rockinghorse Children’s Charity.

Paul Rose, the Intendant-General of the order, kindly nominated Rockinghorse Children’s Charity to receive a donation of £2500 from the Grand Sovereign’s Care for Children Fund, a fund overseen by the national head of the Masonic Orders for England and Wales.

Joined by his Deputy Intendant-General Andy Knight, Paul came along to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton to present the cheque to Schools and Community Fundraising Manager Hollie Trezise.

Hollie explained why the donation was so important to Rockinghorse: “As everyone will know, the last few months have been incredibly challenging for the charity sector and Rockinghorse is no exception. We have lost tens of thousands in donations due to the cancellation of our events and marathons since March, which is why contributions like this are so welcome.

Children still get sick and we want to be able to continue to support them and their families as much as we can, and this donation will go a long way in helping us do this.”

Paul also explained why the Constantine Masonic Order chose to make the donation to Rockinghorse; “Donations from the Grand Sovereign’s Care for Children Fund have to be given to charities supporting children. Based on the work Rockinghorse does throughout Sussex, we thought they were a worthy and deserving case to receive this donation, particularly during the current challenging situation.”

Many thanks to the Constantine Masonic Order for such a generous donation to Rockinghorse.

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