Each Island regularly chooses a number of charities to work with over a given period of time, whether it's a bake sale, a sponsored run, volunteering or offering our professional services.
All staff are encouraged to not only get involved in our charitable activities, but to also be the ones to suggest what charities we engage with and how we can help, making sure that we can work with charities that mean something to our staff.
Isle of Man
Project 21 - 2022/23
Project 21 was established in 2000. Five local Manx charities supporting people with learning difficulties had a collective vision and made the commitment for representatives from each of their charities to work together on an exciting and ambitious project. The project aim is to build a new centre for people with learning difficulties.
Established in 2005 by a group of dedicated and committed parents, Autism Jersey is now the leading charity in Jersey dedicated to the assistance and support of people on the autism spectrum. Autism Jersey enables people on the autism spectrum to achieve their potential by advocating for an inclusive community and providing personalised services to individuals, families and carers.
Mind Jersey is an independent local charity that provides support to people living with mental illness. Their vision is to aid progression towards a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all, and that treats people with experience of mental illness fairly, positively and with respect.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity based at Jersey Zoo. Since 1959 they have been on a mission to save species from extinction. Their long-term plan is to not only prevent extinctions, but also recover populations of threatened species. Through their work in the wild and at Jersey Zoo, they aim to reconnect people with nature and help drive the societal change needed to save and restore the natural world.
Friends of Jersey Oncology
Their vision is to ensure that all patients, their families and loved ones have access to the best possible information, tailored practical help and support on-island through their cancer journey. With the help of local individuals and businesses, they are dedicated to making a meaningful difference to those in Jersey and their families who are affected by cancer.
Prialux Premature Baby Foundation
The PPBF have been supporting families from the Channel Islands with premature babies, sick children and compassionate housing since 2003. The money raised is used to purchase equipment for the local neonatal unit and in the past this has included items such as a cerebral monitor, incubator, ventilators, training aids such as an advanced simulator doll.
Red Nose Day / Comic Relief
Red Nose Day is an annual fundraising campaign to raise money for Comic Relief, a major charity based in the UK with the vision of helping to create a just world, free from poverty. Money raised from Red Nose Day is distributed throughout the year to help people in need, both in the UK and around the world.
Bowel Cancer Guernsey
Bowel Cancer Guernsey was established in 2001 as the Guernsey Bowel Cancer Awareness Charity and is registered with the Guernsey Association of Charities. The committee organises a series of events each year to raise funds for the Charity and to raise awareness of bowel cancer. Money raised is spent locally on specialised equipment and educational initiatives.
The GSPCA's mission is to prevent cruelty to all animals; to rescue animals in distress; to provide shelter for strays; to foster and encourage kindness and consideration in the treatment of animals and birds, whether domestic or wild. They want to create a community where animals are free from abuse, neglect and abandonment and where people care for and support domestic and wild animals, by working together and learning to ensure a future of compassionate care towards all animals.