Freemasons' aid for hospice
ST LUKE'S Hospice Plymouth has been handed a cheque for more than £3, 800 by The Freemasons' Grand Charity.
It is one of six Devon hospices to receive donations from the Freemasons totalling over £14,000.
All the money has been raised by Freemasons and their families with the aim of helping hospices to care for people affected by terminal or life-limiting illness.
Becca Jackson, Trust Fundraiser for St Luke's Hospice Plymouth, said: "This donation is fantastic and will help St. Luke's to continue to provide the high-quality end-of-life care to those in the hospice, hospital and community."
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It costs over £6 million a year to run St Luke's, which cares for more than 3,200 patients across Plymouth, south west Devon and east Cornwall.
Only about 30 percent of the money comes from the Government, so the hospice will use the donation to help reach its annual fundraising target of £4.5 million.
Nick Ball, a spokesman for the Freemasons, said: "We recognise the vital role hospices play within our community here in Devon and that is why we are so happy to continue with our support in 2012."