The Lifelites project at the Chestnut Tree House received another generous donation from the Pulborough Lodge of Mark Master Masons.
Our Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy said: "Pulborough Lodge has once again come up trumps for Lifelites. The Eyegaze is quickly becoming the most important equipment in our packages across the country because of the opportunities it provides to severely disabled children in hospices to be creative, communicate and take control.
"Each Lifelites project is paid for by donations, everything from the equipment to the technical support and regular training, so we can't thank our old friends enough for what they're helping us to achieve in their Province."
Ken Hyett and John Rimmer made generous personal donations, matched by their Lodge and the Sussex Mark Benevolent Fund Trustees. This donation purchased the amazing Eyegaze equipment, which opens up a world of possibilities for disabled children by enabling them to control a computer by tracking the movement of their eyes.
Eye can see: R.W.Bro. Nigel Potter, Nik Hammett, W.Bro, Ken Hyett, W.Bro. Jeff Daniels, W.Bro. Mike Fahey,Janine Share, W.Bro. John Rimmer,DL