Life-limiting illness Wheelchair donation for children

The chairs were donated by the Sussex Freemasons and handed over by  vice chairman Tony Davies and supplied by Weald Mobility. SUS-161002-115516001

The chairs were donated by the Sussex Freemasons and handed over by vice chairman Tony Davies and supplied by Weald Mobility. SUS-161002-115516001

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Two special children’s wheelchairs have been donated to Suzi Mitchell, director of Taylor Made Dreams, a charity which helps children with a life-limiting illness.

The chairs were donated by the Sussex Freemasons and handed over by vice chairman Tony Davies. The wheelchairs were supplied by Weald Mobility.

The charity said, “Gratitude and thanks to the Sussex Freemasons for donating two new custom made children’s wheelchairs to Taylor Made Dreams.

“We are very grateful for their kind and very generous support.”

Taylor Made Dreams enables children with life limiting illness to achieve their dreams.

The charity also source and financially support holistic therapeutic support for the families.

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