Lifelites

Lifelites

Lifelites began as a pilot project of the RMTGB in 1999 with the idea of providing fun and educational technology packages for children in hospices. Now a charity in its own right their work has expanded to meet the growing demand from the mushrooming network of children’s hospices (currently 50 across the British Isles) serving around 9,000 children and their families.


Lifelites, Ground Floor, 26 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5BL
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A Freemasons-funded project at a children’s hospice in Hampshire has been featured as part of a BBC show about disability and video games Over the past year, the Province of Hampshire & Isle of Wight…
Thanks to the generosity of Freemasons on the Isle of Man, Lifelites has been able to deliver innovative technology to Rebecca House Children’s Hospice on the island The Province has pledged to cover the entire…

West Kent backs Lifelites

Friday, 01 September 2017
Terminally ill and disabled children at the Demelza children’s hospice in south-east London have received a brand-new package of assistive technology worth £50,000, thanks to West Kent Freemasons’ support of specialist technology charity Lifelites Lifelites…
The United Grand Lodge of England’s Assistant Grand Master Sir David Wootton has lend his support and expertise to a new role as patron for Lifelites, the charity which donates and maintains inclusive technology for terminally…
LIFELITES is giving one lucky bookworm the chance to win The Ultimate Library of 100 signed books The prize, which is a once in a lifetime opportunity, will be given away as part of an…
RW Bro David Hagger, Provincial Grand Masterfor Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons, visited the headquarters of Lifelites on Wednesday 15th December 2016 for a demonstration of some of the equipment that is provided by the charity…
Could you be a superhero for the day and run for Lifelites, the charity which donates specialist technology packages to terminally ill and disabled children? The charity has places in the Superhero Run, which takes…
Dame Esther Rantzen in Lifelites video The national children’s technology charity Lifelites has launched a fundraising video campaign featuring its latest patron, television presenter and broadcaster Dame Esther Rantzen.   Last year Lifelites was a 2015…
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