List of charities and projects



23 charities will benefit from this year’s event. Details of the charities and their projects are detailed below

  • Arts for Impact – funding for eight-week course of art based workshops
  • Choices LBG – providing training for three nurses in specialist sexual health skills
  • Cystic Fibrosis, Guernsey – purchasing an innovative new airway clearing device
  • Dementia Friendly Guernsey – raising awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle in the prevention of dementia
  • ECOF (Every Child Our Future) – establishing a breast pump library and normalising breast feeding on the island
  • Grow Ltd – purchasing, materials, posts, wires and fruit trees to create an espalier tree bank; and a fridge to store produce
  • Guernsey Alzheimer’s Association – providing specialist equipment to help improve the lives of those living with dementia
  • Guernsey Caring for Ex-Offenders – purchasing sewing machines for craft workshops, and buying second-hand bicyles for travel to work
  • Guernsey Gateway Club – buying musical instruments for the clubroom
  • Guernsey Sailing Trust – replacing their oldest Bombard C4 Safety Boat
  • Guernsey RAF Air Cadets – purchasing eight two way UHF radios
  • Lauren Ellis LBG. The S.E.L.F Project – purchasing traffic light bands to help people with mental illness express how they are feeling; and advertising leaflets for other agencies
  • Le Rondin School Parents, Teachers and Friends Association – introducing Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology
  • Paws for Support – providing highly trained dogs to improve people’s lives in everything from literacy to self-esteem
  • St Mary and St Michael Primary School – replacing playground equipment
  • The Friends of KGV – revamping the playground facilities
  • The Guernsey Society for Cancer Relief – training two nurses to understand the procedures involved in stem cell transplants
  • The Lihou Island Charitable Trust – new archery equipment
  • The Pollinator Project – planting pollinator patches in schools
  • The RTU & OAP Association – to provide members who spend a lot of time on their own with a summer outing, a tea party and Christmas lunch with all the trimmings
  • Vauvert Primary School Parents, Teachers and Friends Association – replacing play equipment
  • We All Matter Eh? (GDA) – developing a suite of materials to help people better understand hidden disabilities
  • Youth Commission – contribution towards replacing a minibus


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