AN INCREDIBLE £2,000 has been raised by Freemasons St John’s Lodge for Tiny Tim’s children’s centre throughout the year.
Tiny Tims children’s centre offers free therapies for all children and young people with disabilities, health problems and special needs.
They are based in the centre of Coventry and are currently offering treatments to families where treatment is either not available or limited to them on the NHS or is not affordable to the family from the private sector.
Paul Jeffree chose Tiny Tim’s children’s centre as the charity that St John’s Lodge would support because of the amazing work they do.
He said: “Tiny Tims is such a incredible place, from the exciting purple planet soft play area to the hard work that the dedicated staff put in with the children.
“I wanted to support them as much as we could. I really am thrilled with what we raised and I thank Tiny Tims for all their help and teaching us about the charity.”
Sarah Hemmings at Tiny Tim’s children’s centre added: “We are thrilled to accept such a generous donation from St John’s Lodge as the money will help so many children.
“We rely purely on donations and we are incredibly thankful to Paul and St John’s Lodge.”