North Wales – £19,000 grant from Freemasons helps St Kentigern Hospice


North Wales - £19,000 grant from Freemasons helps St Kentigern Hospice

(by Andrew Martin, the freepress, 3rd August, 2019)

 

A North Wales centre for palliative care has been awarded a generous contribution towards a new pilot project supporting young people experiencing grief following a bereavement.
This ground-breaking new Dramatherapy project at St Kentigern Hospice, St Asaph, will allow young people in the local community to express their feelings of grief in a safe environment.
The project has caught the imagination of North Wales Freemasons who have been able to award a grant of £19,000 through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, which is funded by freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales.
Dramatherapy is a form of psychological therapy. It provides a way of communicating through stories, music, pictures, fairy tales and metaphors. Theorists suggest it could be a useful way of helping children who are going through bereavement deal with their grief.
St Kentigern Hospice is well experienced in the delivery of …

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North Wales - £19,000 grant from Freemasons helps St Kentigern Hospice

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