A group of motoring enthusiasts in Hampshire have raised funds for Lifelites at their annual rally once again.
The group, the Chequered Flag Lodge, is formed of Freemasons with an interest in all things motoring from across Hampshire. Every year they hold a rally, and this year’s selection of vehicles certainly didn’t disappoint! They had a fire engine, a Cadillac, a Rolls-Royce, a Porsche, a Lotus, a 1938 Hudson motorcycle and much more.
The Lodge has supported Lifelites for the past three years as their chosen charity and have so far raised around £2,000, including £850 from this year’s event. This will help fund the Lifelites project for life limited and disabled children and young adults in Hampshire at Naomi House & Jacksplace.
Mike Wilks, Lodge member and head of Hampshire and Isle of Wight Freemasons said: “We’re delighted to provide continued support for Lifelites. My wife and I have seen the incredible difference which Lifelites technology has made to the lives of children in hospices – the ability for these children to make things happen for themselves, to communicate perhaps for the first time, is priceless.”
Lifelites Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy explained: “We are also extremely lucky to be the chosen charity for the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Freemasons, who have provided incredibly generous funding for our Naomi House & Jacksplace Lifelites project.”