On Friday 25th May, Lifelites Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy set off on an epic 2,500 mile journey to 47 famous landmarks to raise awareness and funds for the charity. Dubbed ‘A Lift for Lifelites’, Simone will meet Freemasons across England and Wales, stopping off at landmarks along the way including Hadrian’s Wall, the Angel of the North and Bletchley Park.
Simone will be dropping in to the Province of Cheshire on Thursday 31st May where she is sure of a warm welcome and a generous donation.
Simone said: “With the help of Freemasons I’m on a mission to raise the profile of our work and raise more funds so we can reach more children whose lives could be transformed by the technology we can provide.”
RWBro Stephen Blank ProvGM will be the first of many Cheshire Masons to welcome Simone to the Province on Thursday, where a cheque will be presented, before Simone is wished well for the next leg of her 14 day journey in what is probably the wackiest relay ever. On each leg of the journey Simone will be transported by Freemasons in a variety of weird and wonderful vehicles to raise awareness and funds for the charity.
Lifelites provides assistive technology for life-limited and disabled children in children’s hospices across the British Isles. The equipment they donate gives these children opportunities to play, be creative, control something for themselves and communicate. Lift for Lifelites is a nationwide event being held by Lifelites to raise money for their work for children in hospices.
You can find a full list of the landmarks being visited along with more information about the event at www.lifelites.org/get-involved/lift-for-lifelites,