For several years Jersey Freemasons have sponsored the provision of Lifelites magical technology for children under the care of Jersey Hospice and Oakwell short breaks home.
The charity Lifelites aims to harness the power of technology by donating a wide variety of assistive and inclusive equipment to enhance the lives of life-limited and disabled children using Hospice services.
Earlier this month Simone Enefer-Doy retired from her role as CEO of Lifelites, having been in post from the charity’s earliest days.
Following her final visit to Jersey Hospice Care, Jersey Freemasons hosted a farewell lunch in Simone’s honour.
Graham Spence, head of Jersey Freemasons, said “This was our opportunity to say thank you to Simone for her hard work and dedication in not only establishing Lifelites as a force for good, but also bringing their life-enhancing technology to Jersey Hospice Care. We are proud to have sponsored Lifelites in Jersey, and have pledged to continue sponsorship into the future. We wish Simone a long and happy retirement and look forward to working with her successor Rob Lightfoot”