Celebrating 300 years


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.

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Lifelites in game-changing project Games can change the world, as a new project from London South Bank University (LSBU) and children’s charity Lifelites has proved. Enable Gaming challenges students on a BA (Hons) Game Cultures course…
Stay, play and learn Lifelites, a subsidiary charity of the RMTGB, provides fun and educational technology to the 9,000 children who stay, play and learn in all 49 of the UK’s baby and children’s hospices.…

A Leap of Faith

Sunday, 07 October 2012
Every Essex jumper literally took a step into the unknown, a leap of faith: three words that can mean so much when stepping off a crane into thin air with only a cord as your…

Technology boost for hospices

Thursday, 15 March 2012
Lifelites, the children’s technology charity, has expanded its operations, picking up several awards and securing record funds in the process A subsidiary of the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB), Lifelites donates packages…
Lifelites, the national charity dedicated to providing fun and educational technology for life-limited children, is now able to assist 40 children’s hospices thanks in no small part to the continued support of Freemasons. Donations have…
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