Thank you to the Grand Lodge of Scotland for a wonderful donation
A huge thank you to the Grand Lodge of Scotland for the most wonderful and magnificent donation of £34,500 towards Prostate Scotland’s work.
The Grand Master Mason Ramsay McGhee presented a cheque from the Grand Lodge of Scotland to Prostate Scotland. The funds were donated as sponsorship for a charity Abseil from The Forth Rail Bridge which unfortunately was cancelled due to Covid-19. It brings the total support by the Grand Lodge of Scotland to Prostate Scotland over the past eight years to a massive £692,000.
The cheque was received on behalf of Prostate Scotland by Brian Corr, Member of Prostate Scotland’s Medical Advisory Committee and Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
Adam Gaines Prostate Scotland’s director said: ‘We would like to express a huge and heartfelt thank you to the Grand Lodge of Scotland for the most wonderful and magnificent donation of £34,500 towards our work. The Grand Lodge of Scotland’s support and partnership from this donation and over the past eight years has made and is making such a huge difference to our work to tackle prostate cancer and disease and to provide information to men with prostate cancer and disease, and to create awareness across the nation.
We are very proud of our partnership with the Grand Lodge of Scotland-it has enabled us to make a huge step forward in awareness of prostate cancer and disease in Scotland and in our ability to reach out to men and their families across Scotland. We’d like to thank the Grand Lodge of Scotland and Scottish Freemasonry for their commitment to their partnership with Prostate Scotland, and for their hard work in creating great prostate awareness and fundraising in their local communities. Their support is deeply appreciated. Prostate Scotland would like to express our most sincere gratitude and thanks’.
The photo was taken outside the Maggie’s Centre in Inverness, where Prostate Scotland and Maggie’s Highlands run a partnership service to provide support for men with prostate cancer in Highland.