South Wales Freemasons supporting Splice Child and Family Project

Splice provides early years holistic activities for disadvantaged children aged 0-5 years in Bridgend, South Wales.

The charity supports families throughout the community suffering from multiple issues including poverty, social disadvantage, poor mental health, anxiety, and low self-esteem.

Core services the charity provides include a baby bank, providing essential care and products to new parents in need, food parcels for families, talk and play, parent programmes, craft sessions, family play sessions, verbal support for parents, and an on-site crèche facilities.

The charity has supported over 380 children and their families in the last year and a grant for £10,000 from the South Wales Freemasons will ensure the services provided by Splice will continue to help those who need it most.

Pictured L to R are; Tracey Morgan (left), Maurine Foley (center) and the founder Elaine Davis and Phillip Saunders, South Wales Freemasons (back).

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