£25k presented to Dogs for the Disabled by Oxfordshire masons

Friday, 05 June 2015

Taking the lead in autism support

Oxfordshire masons gave their support to children with autism when they presented a cheque for £25,000 from the Grand Charity to Dogs for the Disabled. The grant will help to fund the charity’s PAWS Service, which runs workshops across the country teaching families how to train a pet dog to help a child with autism. 

The Provincial Grand Charity Steward for Oxfordshire, Roger Hampshire, said: ‘So many children and their families have already benefited enormously from the PAWS workshops and I hope that this donation will enable the charity to continue its fantastic work.’

Read more about the PAWS Service and the Grand Charity’s support of the programme here.

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