1. Promote and encourage in young people a practical interest in aviation.
2. Provide training which will be useful in service and civilian life.
3. Foster the spirit of adventure.
4. Develop the qualities of leadership and good citizenship through training in the following areas; communications, leadership, resourcefulness, endurance, courtesy and teamwork
Abbeyfield is a federation of voluntary local societies each with charitable status, which set up and manage family sized houses, where seven to nine elderly people have their own bed sitting room. Residents furnish their own room, lead their own lives and come together for the main meals of the day, which are prepared by a resident housekeeper.
The aim is to give security and companionship to elderly people who would otherwise be living alone, who no longer feel able to lead the almost independent life of a private house or flat, but do not want or need the full support of an old Persons' Home.
The Ace of Clubs provides 'After School and 'Holiday Care, facilities for children. In providing these out of school' hour facilities it aims to promote the development of the child as a whole, and to advance the training of all persons involved in the provision of such care. The Club is a self-financed, non-profit making business.
ACET Jersey is a specialist HIV/AIDS agency which employs a small team of professional staff to provide:confidential psychosocial support for people living with HIV in Jersey; HIV education and prevention programmes for all sectors of the community, including schools and secure settings; HIV training programmes for professionals, employers and staff; anda range of community initiatives designed to challenge HIV-related stigma and discrimination in the local community. The charity is a member of the ACET International Alliance, a network of independent agencies and church based organisations seeking together to encourage a Christian response to HIV/AIDS worldwide. Alliance members provide care, education and training to all those affected by HIV/AIDS and related issues, regardless of ethnicity, religious affiliation or any other factor. Each ACET programme is independent with its own national leadership and accountability.How ACET Jersey works;We challenge complacency about the disease at a political and personal level.We provide confidential practical, financial and emotional support for people affected by HIV and act as advocates on their behalf.We provide programmes of HIV education for young people in schools, youth groups and the wider community. We provide parents with resources and support to help them teach their own children about the issues associated with HIV/AIDS.We educate minority groups about HIV/AIDS and ensure they know how to avoid infection.We help employers understand the needs of workers affected by HIV and ensure they know how to support and protect people living with HIV in the workplace.We provide training and seminars for employers, professionals and workers in all the issues associated with HIV/AIDS, including the unfounded fears that hinder prevention and give rise to prejudice, stigma and discrimination.We work in partnership with a range of statutory and community agencies and participate in local forums with peer agencies.
The After Breast Cancer Support Group (ABC) was formed in 1999 by ordinary women who themselves have experienced breast cancer.
If you are at any stage of breast cancer and would like to meet women with experiences similar to your own then please contact us. We meet on the last Wednesday of the month except December. Meetings start at 7.30pm and are held at The Oasis, Suite 2.13, The Lido Medical Centre, St. Saviours Road. JE2 7LA. Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings, which start at 8pm and last for an hour or so.
Please call our dedicated Information Line on 07797 814522.
Centre for friendship and support. Lunches served daily at 12pm(excluding weekends and Bank Holidays)at Windsor House.
In House activities on Monday, Thursday and Fridays.
In House computer lessons on Monday, Thursday and Fridays.
Weekly social club on Tuesdays afternoons and Bingo on Wednesday afternoons at St. Thomas' Church Hall.
Amnesty International Jersey Group is active and vibrant. Affiliated to Amnesty International British Section, we are dedicated to uphold the Charter of Human Rights, to campaign for the release of prisoners of conscience (in particular the monks of Drapchi Prison in Tibet) and to oppose torture and the death penalty. The Jersey Group raises awareness locally, as well as funds to assist the British Section: annual highlights are our high profile, week long Film Festival with expert speakers and sessions for schools, and our popular "Tour de Freedom" Cycle Ride.
To support and further the opportunities both on and off island for local up & coming artists and craft workers. To work with education department to enhance opportunities for those studying art & craft from primary school to A level and those with learning disabilities.
The Trust was established to offer the benefits of the Arts, in their widest sense, to those people who would otherwise have limited access because of issues of health, mobility or special needs. It is a pioneering organisation which takes an holistic view of the healing process.
Autism Jersey is the leading charity and organisation in the Channel Islands dedicated to the assistance and support of people on the autism spectrum. The aim of the charity is to enable people with autism to lead a full and inclusive life and enjoy a reasonable degree of independence. Autism Jersey provides essential support for families, individuals and carers, pioneering a number of bespoke services and support packages for both adults and children
Autism Jersey provides a broad range of services to assist both children and adults with autism, as well as their families and carers. Funding helps to support many of our projects and essential services, including:
- Dedicated Family Support Manager.
- Parent Coffee Mornings, Drop-in Sessions and opportunities for parents to get together.
- Professional Counselling Service.
- Befriending Scheme, supporting individuals with autism, siblings or the whole family.
- Holiday Play Scheme for primary-aged children with autism.
- Social events for children and families.
- LINX Project for siblings.
- Adult Social Club for regular social opportunities and community engagement.
- Life and Social Skills Training, providing meaningful opportunities for daily living and support to enable employment.
- Volunteering opportunities within our Autism Boutique and our Mobile Phone Recycling Project.
Training, Information and Resources
- Autism-specific training for families, friends, professionals and employers.
- Lending Library of autism-related resources.
- Signposting and referrals to other services and professionals.
Health and Social Services have now appointed Autism Jersey as a preferred provider of Respite Services to both children and adults with autism and in partnership we provide Short Break Services, Residential Care and Supported Living. All Autism Jersey staff are trained to the highest standard to support people with autism.
To find out more about the services, to volunteer or to make a donation please visit autismjersey.org, contact by phone on 871888 or e-mail email@example.com
The Band of the Island of Jersey aim to provide musical entertainment and education to the people of Jersey and beyond. They provide entertainment by marching and band concerts for private and official functions.
Beaulieu Convent School first opened its doors on 15th January 1951 with 56 students aged 5-11. The School now cares for over 800 girls aged 3-19. Over the past years Beaulieu has continued to thrive and the special relationship we share with present and past students and parents is very dear to us as a family and a Catholic school.
Beaulieu is a leading independent school committed to offering a well-rounded, enriching and diverse Catholic education for our students on one single site, with collaborative options post-16. Academically inclusive, Beaulieu provides a friendly, supportive and caring community, while at the same time achieving outstanding examination results. Beaulieu is proud of its history, its achievements and, most importantly, its students.
Beaulieu is committed to nurturing talents, aspirations and dreams and our students leave us as confident, articulate and compassionate individuals with a hunger for learning and a passion for life.
Beaulieu is currently running a Campus Development Appeal to raised funds to enhance the facilities at the School and we have ambitious plans for the future.
The Boys' Brigade is the pioneer to all voluntary uniformed youth organisations. It is a Christian movement in discipline, and has a four sided principle covering the following aspects:- Spiritual - Christian Citizenship, Physical, Educational, Social (including community service).
Programmes are based on these four sides of a Boys' development and are designed to meet his progressive needs from childhood to young manhood in relation to his background at school and at work. Membership range is six to eighteen years divided into four age groups.
The object of the Boys' Brigade is :- The advancement of Christ's Kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of obedience, reverence, discipline, self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness.
Funding construction projects for schools, charities and community groups in Jersey.
To give children, families and young people in Jersey the opportunity to be safe, healthy, happy and aspirational. To support children, families and young people in Jersey to engage in life changing opportunities, especially in times of difficulties and challenge. To fund raise in order to develop opportunities and resources available to those accessing support from The Brighter Futures.
The British Heart Foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of eminent medical practitioners and lay advisers, under the patronage of Prince Philip. Its main function is to raise funds to encourage research into the causes, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of all forms of cardiovascular disease.
The Jersey Branch was founded in 1972 with the objective of raising funds to support the National Appeal. Considerable sums have been raised by the Jersey Branch, some of which have been ploughed back into vital equipment required in Jersey in the Coronary Care Unit and the Maternity Hospital.
To protect, promote and preserve the sexual and reproductive health of young people by educating them in matters relating to sexual behaviour, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancy.
History of the Brooke Hospital for Animals ("The Brooke")
In 1930, our founder, Mrs Dorothy Brooke, travelled to Egypt's capital, Cairo, where she encountered thousands of ex-cavalry horses being used as beasts of burden on its streets. Many of them had seen service in the First World War. After the conflict ended in 1918 they had been sold by the British Army into a life of hard labour. Mrs Brooke was tormented by the memory of the pitiful creatures she saw. On her return to England she wrote a letter to the Morning Post, which later became the Daily Telegraph, exposing their plight and appealing for funds to help save them. The public was so moved they responded with the equivalent today of £20,000 to help end their suffering. Within three years, Mrs Brooke had set up a committee to help fund the purchase of 5,000 of these tragic animals. Most were old and in the final stages of collapse and had to be humanely destroyed but thanks to this remarkable woman they all ended their lives peacefully with love and dignity.
What The Brooke does
The Brooke's methods are simple, inexpensive and can be learned and implemented by local people. We build water troughs and shade shelters. We don't prosecute, campaign or get involved in politics. Animals in work can enjoy companionship and social interaction with people and their own species. We believe that working animals should be rewarded with consideration, care and relief of suffering. Teaching kindness to animals is at the heart of what we do.
The Brooke's vision is a world in which working horses, donkeys and mules are free from suffering.To make this vision a reality, the Brooke delivers practical programmes and provides support, advice and infrastructure to its global network of employees, partners and supporters.
Brooke staff and staff employed by Brooke-funded affiliates and partners provide veterinary and animal health services in order to relieve the suffering of working horses, donkeys and mules.
Thousands of training sessions take place every year so that community animal health workers can treat working horses, donkeys and mules locally.
We also undertake valuable, practical research to support our evidence-based approach and help communities to better help their own horses, donkeys and mules, by building skills.
On a global scale, we also seek to influence governments and other institutions to raise the profile of working equine animals on the policy and development agendas.
In addition we lead from the front, in the field of animal welfare, ensuring our rigorous standards and guidelines are applied in all the areas where we work.
The Jersey Supporters Group ("JSG")
The aim of the JSG is to raise £20,000 per year. This is the cost of keeping a mobile veterinary unit on the road for 12 months in Lahore, Pakistan. The unit consists of a large van which carries a vet, vet's assistant, farrier and harness maker, plus the supply of drugs used to medicate the hard-working donkeys, mules and horses over a large area. As well as treating these working animals, the mobile unit also carries out training sessions geared at educating owners on how better to look after their animals.
For example, some owners think that if they slit the donkey's nostrils, this will allow the animal to take in more air and then the animal will work harder and for longer hours. Brooke invests a great deal of time educating the local population. This is an ongoing effort to try and change habits and beliefs that are passed down from generation to generation.
Fund-raising is achieved mostly through holding our own events although occasionally other charities generously allow us to have a presence at their events.
Our biggest fund-raising event is our annual ladies' good quality clothing sale to be held on 29th April 2017 at St Bernadette's Hall, Communicare, St Brelade.
Listed below are the events we have planned for the rest of 2017:
March 17th: Bingo at St Martin's Public Hall
August TBA: Panda collecting in Town with his doggy friends
August TBA: Michelle Buckley - Open Garden TBA
October TBA: Spooky Pooches Dog Walk, St Ouen
November 18th/19th: Biggest Book Sale at RJA&HS
December TBA: Clip Clop Carols, St Ouen's Parish Hall
We run the Bukit Lawang Trust Education Centre in Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, Indonesia.
The Bukit Lawang Trust is a Charitable Trust that was established in response to the flood that hit the small village of Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, Indonesia, in November 2003, wiping out the village and killing at least 300 people.
In 2007 the Community Centre was built in partnership with Jersey Overseas Aid, with fourteen volunteers from Jersey travelling out to Bukit Lawang to help to build the Centre. The building is now used as an education centre with a free kindergarten running Monday - Friday 8.00am - 10.30am. Every afternoon from 2pm onwards there are free english lesson for children from surrounding villages. Two nights a week there are free english lessons for adults too.
In response to the Tsunami affecting Ache and North Sumatra, and the subsequent earthquakes, the Trust assisted with further projects throughout the region. Supplying educational supplies in Nias, and building two water wells to supply two communities. We also helped in Mentawai's in 2010 giving cash to families who had lost their home to aid them in the rebuilding - read more and watch the video on our website.
The purpose of the Bukit Lawang Charitable Trust is to;
'Enhance the education, health and sanitation of communities affected by natural disaster'.
To own/operate a residential home for the elderly
Founded in 1977 by parents of Muscular Dystrophy sufferers and well wishers, this Society exists to provide moral support and financial assistance to persons with all types of neuromuscular diseases and their families.
Funds are raised by holding bazaars, sponsored runs, jumble sales, and raffles - these are spent on equipment to help improve the quality of life and allow as much independence as possible for our disabled friends and include such items as stair lifts adapted cars, electric wheelchairs and home helps. The main aspiration for the future is that a cure will soon be found for these tragic diseases.
Undertaking research into the causes of, means of preventing or reducing the risks of suffering from cancer and developing new and improved ways of treating cancer.
Neutering & spaying of feral cats in the wild - rehoming where possible - feeding colonies of neutered adults - organising & paying for neutering of cats for people on low incomes.
To provide housing and offer support to lone pregnant women and mothers with young children. To help mothers move forward to a positive future.
This child care group supports working parents and their children by offering affordable, quality child care all year round.
Care for children aged 2 to 5 years is available in the Centre Point Day Nursery, open from 7.30am until 6.00pm every working day and includes a cooked lunch.
Care for school age children is available at La Pouqualaye and Le Coie. These centres open at 7.30am to provide breakfast and take children to school; children are collected from school and cared for until 6.00pm. During school holidays the centres are open from 7.30am until 6.00pm every working day.The Le Coie group cares for young people attending secondary schools.
The charity is funded from fees charged to parents. Priority for places is given to lone, working parents and other charities.
Requests for funding are made to assist with the support of children in order that the play and developmental needs of children are met.
This group is registered and regulated by the Department for Education, Sport and Culture.
Channel Islands Air Search is an entirely voluntary organisation which provides a specially equipped aircraft and trained crews for search at sea 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Operations are carried out at the request of Channel Islands, United Kingdom, or French Authorities and generally involve operating with local and French lifeboats and French military helicopters.
Christians together in Jersey was originally formed in June 1966 under the name of the Jersey Council of Churches, when representatives of the main Protestant churches signed a declaration seeking to fulfil together their common calling to the glory of the one God. The council became truly representative of all the main churches in Jersey when, shortly after, in 1968, the Roman Catholic Church applied and was admitted to membership.The objective of Christians Together in Jersey is to be a visible sign of the churches' commitment to one another by:1. Promoting theological reflection and discussion relating to the unity of the Church and its mission (unity).2. Encouraging the sharing and understanding of each other's spritual traditions (worship).3. Fostering ways of sharing the Gospel with the community (evangelism).4. Helping churches make a practical response to human needs, and seeking a common mind through shared decision-making, wherever possible, as part of a growing unit(social responsibility).5. Maintaining and promoting the work of Christian Aid and other Aid agencies.
The Jersey Citizens Advice Bureau was established in 1978. The aims of the Citizens Advice Bureau are:
- to ensure that individuals do not suffer through lack of knowledge of their rights and responsibilities or of the services available to them; or through an inability to express their needs effectively and equally
- to exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services, both locally and nationally.
The Citizens Advice service is independent and provides free, confidential and impartial advice to everyone, regardless of race, sex, disability or sexuality..
The local office is a member of the National Association of Citizens Advice.
The aim of CLIC Sargent (Jersey) is to ensure that every child and young person with cancer and their family receive the support they need. We offer support to anyone living on the Island who is diagnosed before their 21st birthday.We work alongside the multi-disciplinary team at the hospital and with other agencies to achieve this.We respond to the needs of the sick child and their family at a difficult and stressful time with finical and practical support.We were formed in Jersey in 1974 as the Malcolm Sargent Fund, when the parent charity merged with CLIC (Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood) in 2005, we became CLIC Sargent (Jersey). We are an independent local charity with links to CLIC Sargent, Britain's leading children's cancer charity.We receive no public funding and rely solely on donations and fundraising to allow us to help children and young people with cancer and leukaemia.If you are interested in running a fundraising event for us, please contact us so we can send you a fundraising pack. If you would be interested in supporting our fundraising events, please send us an email and we can add you to our mailing list.We retain all of the money that is raised in the island so that is can be spent solely on Jersey children and their families.CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children (jersey) is registered with the Royal Court of Jersey.
To care for the community, providing a pleasant environment for groups to meet. Activities cover all ages from babies to senior citizens.
Community Savings Ltd is owned by the Community Charitable Trust and both organisations were set up to help alleviate the problems of those on low incomes or in some other way are financially or socially deprived. Anyone may open an account however, in order to benefit from its mutual style of operation or to support the aims of the organisation.The Company operates on a similar basis to Credit Unions and subject to certain exemptions, does so within the terms of the Banking Business (Jersey) Law 1991. It is therefore, overseen by the Jersey Financial Services CommissionIt is a self-help savings and loan co-operative that encourages members to save regularly, allows access to low interest rate loans, provides pre-paid MasterCard debit cards and makes available free financial advice and a mentoring service. Our common interest groups are, as far as possible, run by the members and profits paid to them or used for their benefit. Opening hours are between 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday and Fridays. In emergencies however, telephone contact may be made during normal office hours.To find out how to join a group or indeed to set up a new branch, please contact the Administrator.
CRY Jersey is a Christian charity working mainly overseas, To "rescue & restore young lives broken by poverty, oppression exclusion and abuse". CRY currently has 29 projects in 15 different countries around the world, providing childrens homes, medical & educational support for street children, orphans and those in need. More details available on our website.
To give support and understanding to those who are diagnosed with diabetes and their families in order to enhance the quality of life, as well as an awareness programme.
Driving for the Disabled aims to provide, maintain, service, insure and otherwise support an appropriately adapted vehicle for physically disabled people to be assessed for their suitability to drive or return to driving.
The DofE Jersey committee aims to promote the Duke of Edinburgh's Award locally and to support the various groups licenced independently to deliver the Award throughout the Island. Over 600 young people can be involved in the Award at any one time in Jersey and are able to participate through belonging to organised groups, schools, youth clubs or the Island Award Centre. Young people can become involved in the Award from the age of 14 and are able to continue to work towards their goals until they are 25.
There are three Award levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold; within each section participants are challenged to gain experiences through volunteering to help others, taking part in group expeditions, learning new skills, and undertaking physical activity. At Gold level only, a short stay away from home is also required. Young people undertake the activities in their own time and can tailor their activities whatever their interests and abilities. Participation in the Award is a valuable addition to any CV as it is recognised worldwide.
When young people achieve a gold award, a presentation of their badge is made in Jersey, usually at Government House, and the young person is invited to attend a certificate presentation, normally held at St James's Palace, London.
To promote the conservation of wildlife throughout the world by the preservation and breeding of endangered species, both in Jersey and the animal's natural habitat.
We're here to promote opportunity and a sense of pride through support to Jersey's hearing impaired children, young adults and their families.
(formerly known as Jersey Society for Deaf Children & Young Adults)
To provide sufferers from eating disorders and their families with an opportunity to share their experiences and give mutual support through trust, understanding and in total confidence.
To fund the education of orphans at school in Luwero, Uganda, as well as funding medical treatment to ensure their good health.
To make people aware of epilepsy and to educate people about epilepsy. Support people and relations when diagnosed with epilepsy.
EYECAN is Jersey's only charity focused solely on supporting Islanders with sight impairment. We work closely with all age groups, from infants through to the elderly, enabling people and their families to benefit from social events, activities and tailored support.
It is a partnership approach that ensure those affected by sight impairment are empowered to attain or retain independent living and achieve inclusion in the workplace and society.
Services we offer include advice and support, mobility, rehabilitation, IT training, advocacy, daily living advice, children's events, activities, day centre, support group and more.
To benefit the community by the provision of means whereby separating and divorced couples may reach joint decisions and agreements concerning the future of their children and their relationship, and division of family access.
Family Nursing & Home Care (FNHC) is a Jersey charity committed to providing high quality, integrated nursing and home care in the community from birth to end of life.
Our services touch the lives of more islanders than any other charitable organisation, helping children, their families, the sick, the elderly and the dying. We have teams of experienced and highly qualified nurses operating a range of services including, Health Visitors, School and Children's Nursing, District and Specialist Nursing as well as Home Care.
We are a forward-thinking, modern charity that has adapted in order to provide the services that islanders need today. In order to continue providing this breadth of vital public services, we need to raise £2million per year in voluntary donations.
The services we provide include: District nursing, Home care, Health visitors, School nurses, Looked after children, Child accident prevention, Specialist nursing, Tissue viability and wound care, Continence and stoma care and Palliative care.
To promote both the tangible and intangible maritime heritage of the Island. To promote the use and enjoyment of the Jersey Maritime Museum by the public. To assist Jersey Heritage or its successors in the maintenance of the Maritime Collections (both public and private) exhibited in the Jersey Maritime Museum. To raise funds for the maintenance of the heritage fleet. To assist in the operation of the heritage fleet. To undertake studies and other activities on maritime subjects. To publish, promote the publication of, record and disseminate knowledge on maritime subjects by all available means and to do all such lawful acts or things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of these objectives.
To raise extra funding for the pupils of Mont a l'abbe School. To provide an opportunity for staff, parents, pupils and friends to socialise.
a) to raise funds to meet the cost of the restoration project. b) to promote the cultural and educational use of the Church. c) to support the continuing maintenance and development of the site and its historical buildings.
1. The fostering of awareness of the integrated services to support families and young people at The Bridge and to encourage close liaison between the Community and The Bridge services for the promotion of the well-being of the user.
2. To support the needs of the Bridge Community.
3. To fund raise to develop the opportunities and resources available to the Bridge Community.
To alleviate the suffering and provide financial assistance to the children of the haven who have been either orphaned or abandoned by their parents, mainly as a result of the parents having died of aids or are currently ill and unable to support their offspring. In a number of cases the children themselves have contracted the disease from birth. And to assist with two schools in Swaziland; St Peregrines and St Amadeus.
Guiding provides the opportunity for girls and young women to develop self-respect and confidence, think for themselves, make new friends, learn teamwork and leadership skills and develop personal values.
Glanville is a home for elderly ladies who are no longer able to live on their own but who do not need daily medical attention, which is not provided. It is a registered charity founded in 1860 and provides living accommodation for 25 residents, all of whom have their own room. It is funded in part from residents contributions but otherwise from voluntary contributions and fund-raising events. Please have a look at our website in order to learn more about the Home.
To promote learning about and appreciation of stained glass especially Henry Thomas Bosdet's work
A club caring for the elderly in a happy environment with many activities, outings and a delicious hot, home-cooked lunch.
The principle work of the trust is to support community projects amongst the poor, particularly in Kenya, for example building schools and wells.
Educational, social, recreational activities such as: arts & crafts, music, drama, sport, outdoor activities, trips and visits, issue-based youth work, personal development, advice and information.
Established in 1999, Grace Trust Jersey is a fully registered Jersey-based Charitable Trust which embraces Christian principles. It provides both practical and personal help to some of the most vulnerable and needy in Jersey. The vision is to facilitate care for the marginalised here in the island. It works to bring help and support to those in need; love and healing to the hurting and sick; comfort to the distressed; hope to the homeless and addicted, and salvation and direction to the lost. It achieves this by setting up its own projects, as well as working closely with existing agencies.
To find family homes for ex-racing grehounds as pets. To raise funds for the welfare of ex-racing greyhounds and raise awareness of their plight.
To raise funds for the training of Guide Dogs for the Blind.
The charity seeks to help vulnerable children around the world, encouraging enthusiastic and well-prepared short-term volunteers to offer practical help, skill-sharing, support and friendship.
HANDS AROUND THE WORLD JERSEY now has active links with four communities:
Bugarama, Rwanda, where we are assisting Muko and Mihabura secondary schools by building and refurbishing classrooms
Mnukwa, where we have been assisting with the establishment of a vocational training centre.
Zumbo, Uganda, where we have built classrooms for a Primary School and a children's ward for a Rural Health Centre
Athi, Kenya, where we are supporting a centre for handicapped children.
HANDS AROUND THE WORLD was founded in 1994 by Dr. David Steiner, who for many years lived and worked as a doctor in general practice in Jersey. He became involved with the States of Jersey Overseas Aid Programme and became increasingly concerned for people in developing countries. Following a year with his family working in a rural hospital in Zambia, David and Lynda returned to England where they established the organisation.
Jersey Hands Around the World provides a network for past team members, present sponsors and future volunteers to keep supporting the work of the charity.
To raise awareness and educate the public to the dangers of using mobile phones while driving also to encourage the telecoms industry and government amongst others to help save lives and introduce safer driving practices.
To promote within the Island of Jersey an understanding of all aspects of Brain Injury and to provide information support and services to people with brain injury their families and carers.
To help families and organisations who are unable to find specific projects or activities which support a child's wellbeing and development
To improve the living conditions, the educational standards and facilities in a number of Zambian and Tanzanian communities.
To raise funds to support small developing communities in the third world. Most of our work is with small and remote villages in rural Africa that have been "discovered" by members of Jersey Overseas Aid work parties. These small villages rarely get help from larger charities.
To provide free holidays in Jersey for past or present members of H.M.Armed Forces injured in mind or body during or as a result of their service.
Since our launch in August 2008, more than 2200 holidays have been provided with the help of "generous Jersey" and increasingly from supporters in the U.K.
Raising funds to aid research into Lafora Body Disease.Lafora disease is the severest form of human epilepsy. It afflicts previously healthy teenagers, initially with simple fits, then increasingly with prolonged fits that do not respond to medications. For Jonn's story and other Lafora children's stories go to www.chelseashope.org
The Associations objects are to provide support both financial and emotional to those suffering from Huntingtons Disease and their families. We have also established a support group to meet on a monthly basis.
The project employs 5 sessional staff
There are 15 volunteers
Information about the Youth Inclusion Project
The Youth Inclusion Project is an Island wide project that provides opportunities for young people with special needs to access generic or specialist Youth Service Provision. It currently offers opportunities for young people who may either be on the Autistic Spectrum, have a learning difficulty, a physical difficulty or a sensory impairment.
Opening nights and hours:
The project runs 4 youth clubs per week.
How many young people are involved
There are about 80 young people aged 11-25 with a special need accessing the Youth Service through the Youth Inclusion Project
Included A 6 month personal development programme for young people with special needs aged 17 to 25
Youth Sign A basic Sign language course for young people (funded by The Jersey Society for Deaf Children and Young Adults) and taught by a Deaf young adult.
Contact details for people interested in finding out more about the Youth Project:
For more information please contact Leana d'Orleans on 01534 729407 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Youth Inclusion Project is a Jersey charity no.283
The aims of the charity are to help provide children of the Developing World get a better start to life. To do this we help to build schools, hospital clinics, orphanages etc.
There is still a big problem of HIV, AIDS and Malaria in Developing World, with many children becoming orphans. We help to build orphanages to give them shelter & food, and an education.
The schools that we build are in rural areas where children would have to walk for many hours to get to a school which would probably be overcrowded, 60 or more to a class, not enough desks or study material, and may be cancelled due to lack of staff or bad weather.
Island Aid for World Children also builds medical clinics in rural villages to ensure that they have access to trained staff, and are able to get help when it is needed.
All projects are helped to become self-sufficient, and electricity and boreholes are installed.
The Little Sisters of the Poor provide a caring environment for over 90 residents, plus day residents. They dedicate themselves to providing homes for the elderly of limited means regardless of their religious beliefs.
To improve the standard of living of the poor people of Africa by helping to provide better food water health and education.
The aims of the Foundation are:
"To create a greater awareness within the Island of people whose circumstances are less fortunate than ours and to give all Islanders the opportunity to make a difference to those people.
To assist others raise and distribute funds and material aid for the benefit of children and their carers in Europe and beyond.
To provide relief and help to the inhabitants of the countries of Eastern Europe who are suffering hardship by reason of their social and economic conditions and are in need of assistance, and in particular children of those countries.
To educate the public in the needs of the inhabitants of those countries and the plight of the children therein and mobilise, encourage, foster and maintain the interest and support of the public in their needs.
In furtherance of these objects the Foundation shall organise fundraising, receive donations, and distribute such funds as the Executive Committee shall direct and do all such things as are necessary for the attainment of the above objects."
To help and support people with dementia and their carers in Jersey by providing information, services and training.
The Arthritis Care (Jersey Branch) aim to assist, where possible, sufferers from arthritis. The Branch holds monthly meetings and arrange outings and hold a yearly Christmas party. They are self financed by raffles, collection boxes and Bring and Buy sales.
Jersey Arts Centre exists to foster the development and celebration of the arts island-wide and beyond.
- To enrich the quality of life for all residents and visitors
- To encourage participation in the performing, visual and literary arts
- To educate, inspire and to encourage debate
This is achieved by providing exciting, innovative, wide-ranging, challenging, professional and community arts in welcoming, high-quality and accessible environments.
To provide holidays in Jersey for persons who have been recognised as having been prisoners of conscience and /or who have been subjected to torture - as recognised by Amnesty International or the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture. Our guests are bona fide torture survivors and former prisoners of conscience, who are now living as refugees in the UK. Most are highly educated former professionals, surviving in meagre and often harsh circumstances, who benefit enormously from the short breaks we offer. All are a delight to meet and involvement in this charity is hugely rewarding as well as extremely interesting and thought provoking.
Anyone who would like to know more about us can contact me on email@example.com or by phone at 852226.
To encourage and support the practice and training of professionals in family therapy and related therapeutic approaches.
The Jersey Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus was formed in 1968 and incorporated in the Royal Court in 1973. The Association is established for charitable purposes in the care, welfare, treatment and education of persons suffering from Spina Bifida or Hydrocephalus, as well as encouraging research which would be to the benefit of such persons. The Association has a small membership which is made up almost entirely of disabled adults or families with disabled children. Fund-raising activities include car boot sales, supermarket collections and donations from local businesses. We also hold a "Santa'a Collection" just before Christmas each year. The Committee is also made up from member families. It meets once a quarter, with an Annual General Meeting in May or June. A Yearbook is pubished each year and used as part of our promotional material.
The Jersey Association for Youth and Friendship was formed to provide homes for young people who, through no fault of their own, have nowhere to live. Each house has a resident caretaker and there is a trained counsellor who provides practical and emotional support. there is a co-operation and affiliation with other associations and organisations with similar objectives. The Association relies on its Appeals Committee, a loan from the States and the low rental from the residents. It is also supported by donations and its fundraising is sponsored by Moore Management.
The Annual fundraising events are the Open Gardens, a Sponsored (horse) Ride and a Bridge Day.
The Open Gardens and the Ride are both labour intensive so we are always looking for voluntary helpers. If you feel you can help please contact Samantha Churchill at the stated address/telephone number.
Jersey Association of Cancer Nurses aims to provide up-to-date education for cancer nurses in Jersey whilst encouraging mutual support. They also wish to provide a resource centre for information on cancer which will be available to all nurses caring for cancer patients in the Island. They also aim to promote health education and early detection of cancer. Fund raising initiatives will be organised to promote interest in their aims as well as keeping the Island in touch with cancer experts in the UK
Act as a pressure group on behalf of carers and to provide information and support to carers. Gain recognition for carers by family, community services providers and States of Jersey Members. Run the Carers' Centre.
The Jersey Asthma and Respiratory Society was formed in 1985 to provide support for adults and children in Jersey who suffer from asthma and other respiratory conditions. We are a small charity working hard to raise funds, and awareness of asthma and respiratory conditions, to be able to offer support in as many ways as possible. Monies received from grants, donations and fundraising events we hold are used to:-
- To promote Asthma awareness; to give support, advice and information to asthma sufferers and their families.
- Fund Asthma & Respiratory Information Mornings - a free clinic at the General Hospital every Saturday morning where adults and children can receive help and advice from trained nursing staff on a one to one basis about asthma or any respiratory condition.
- Allow members of nursing staff to attend training courses to enable them to improve their knowledge of respiratory conditions and the management and treatment thereof.
- Purchase many different items of equipment for children in Robin Ward and adults in the General Hospital who suffer from a wide range of respiratory conditions, for which demand continually increases.
- Help individual suffers either financially or with equipment
From Saturday 1st October 2016 these sessions will be held every Saturday morning from 9.00 till 12.00 at: Bon Santé Consulting Rooms, Suite 3.5, Third Floor, Lido Medical Centre, St. Saviour's Road (free parking and lift access)
The Asthma and Respiratory Information Morning is an opportunity for people of any age with asthma or respiratory problems to learn more about their condition on a one to one basis by talking to one of a team of qualified staff.
This is a free service funded by the Jersey Asthma & Respiratory Society supported by Health & Social Services
Appointments are not necessary but advisable to avoid delay in seeing one of the team. Tel: 444032 Monday to Friday
To survey and monitor bat populations; roosts, hibernacula and foraging sites on Jersey and provide information and education regarding bats to Jersey public. Where possible to take steps to help protect local bat populations in line with recommendations from the bat Species Action Plan.
Jersey Cancer Relief is a local cancer charity. All money raised stays in the island to provide confidential financial help to cancer patients and their families where there is a need.
To provide support to care leavers
People centred, our mission is to be a source of communication, education and formation. Through programmes, one-to-one sessions and outreach, we aim to offer spiritual and practical service showing care and concern for all.
The Jersey Centre for Separated Families is a community organisation that works with everyone affected by family separation in order to bring about better outcomes for children.
Our services are available to parents who are caring for their children alone, those who are sharing care and those who are not able to spend time with their children. Parents, carers, grandparents or anyone else with concerns about family separation are welcome.
Our child focused work is designed to help parents:
Understand and deal with their own and their children's experiences of the separation.
Make private arrangements for how their children will spend time with both of them.
Work out how to provide financially for their children and
Improve communications so that they can manage the transitions that come with separation in the years to come.
Our services include:-
Milli's Child Contact Centre
Monthly Support Group Meetings
Workshops for parents
One to one support
Telephone, text and email support whenever needed
Jersey Charitable Trust for Commonwealth Students was formed to assist gifted students from Commonwealth countries to fulfill their educational objectives when, for whatever reason, they are unable to do so in their own countries. They provide the finance for these students through fund raising and donations.
Our aim is to provide a home from home for people who, because of their disability, are unable to live independently. The Home at Rope Walk, Green St, is purpose built and fully fitted and accommodates 24 people.
We also have a respite suite and hydrotherapy/physiotherapy unit which can be used by members of the public as well as residents. Day care also available.
To co-ordinate, promote and facilitate the expansion of high quality and affordable childcare provision in the Island.
Our Projects include:
The Special Needs Inclusion Project.
The Assisted Nursery Places Scheme.
The Grants Scheme for Childcare Providers.
The Childcare Information Service.
The Nanny Accreditation Scheme.
The Professional Development and Training Programme for those working with children.
The Jersey Christmas Appeal is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jersey, Jersey Round Table, Lions, Rotary Club de la Manche, Jersey Evening Post, BBC Radio Jersey, Channel 103 and Soroptimists. The Appeal Fund provides the money for Food Hampers, Food Vouchers and Fuel Vouchers and Toys. These are distributed to the Island's elderly, poor and needy for the Christmas holiday period. Funds are also available for necessities should a particularly severe spell of weather occur.
The Jersey Community Relations Trust was incorporated in the Royal Court in September 2004. The Trust's remit is to help eliminate discrimination on any ground by promoting good relations between all members of society.
One of the main aims of the Trust is to see the introduction of Discrimination legislation in Jersey as soon as possible. The Trust also has other projects within its remit and further details can be found on its wesbite
26-28 West Park Avenue is a pre-treatment preparation facility and secondary treatment centre, with 24/7 staffing that is completely drug and alcohol free. The facility accompanies our Primary Treatment at Silkworth Lodge where clients can access the facility as a stepping stone to independent living on completion of their treatment programme. It provides counselling and therapy, practical support and guidance on housing, employment, education and basic life skills, with the co-operation of external agencies.
The aim is to act as a bridge to normal living for clients who have addiction issues and who seek abstinence. It helps support the individual to face life without the need to resort to substance abuse and get accustomed to their new lifestyle and practice it within the safety of structured familiarity.
To raise awareness of hearing loss, to raise funds to provide specialist equipment for dDeaf residents of Jersey. To raise awareness of peoples' communication needs.
Social gathering events organised throughout the year. We support a dDeaf Club held on 1st Wednesday monthly 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
The Club, recognising the immense value of swimming for physical and psychological rehabilitation of the disabled shall encourage, promote and develop swimming amongst handicapped people of all ages.
We are at Mont L'Abbe school on a Monday & Wednesday evenings open from 5.45pm to 7pm.
The JERSEY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FORUM (previously known as Network to Prevent Abuse & Violence in the Home) provides a forum to co-ordinate and/or take action through its member agencies and individuals to prevent abuse and violence in domestic relationships.
It is actively involved in conducting a structured ADAPT programme for male perpetrators.
The Forum will host an international conference to be held on 11th - 12th May 2009 and it arranges occasional Networking meetings.
The Forum also arranges for the collection and analysis of relevant data and other research activities.
Membership is open to all statutory and non-profit organisations which are involved with the issue of domestic abuse and violence. Individual members of the public also can join the organisation.
Annual Subscriptions are: Individuals 10
Statutory organisations 50
The aims and objects of the Jersey Donkey Home are to provide a temporary or permanent home and to provide care for any donkey in need for any reason whatsoever and to help to prevent cruelty and suffering among donkeys. They provide a permanent home for approximately 14 donkeys (at present) which includes feeding, veterinary care, farrier treatment and love. They are financed by donations and sponsorship.
The Jersey Eisteddfod is a charitable organisation which aims to promote all the arts in the island by exhibition and performance. Classes are held which are adjudicated by distinguished qualified people. In this way the competitors are helped to improve their skills. There are two festivals each year and thousands participate. It is run almost exclusively by volunteers and in any one year many hundreds are people are needed to help deliver the
To inform ourselves of the issues surrounding the employment of people with disabilities and to offer prospective employees/current employees with disabilities the same employment and development opportunities as their able-bodied colleagues. By doing so, reduce the stigma and discrimination surrounding disability in the workplace.
To provide training in supported business units, education programmes, employment placement and support
Our mission is to increase knowledge and use of Fairtrade products
To encourage contact and promote welfare between foster-carers and their families. To raise funds and offer support to all foster-carers and raise awareness of matters relating to substitute care.
To raise funds for Anthony Nolan in order that it may finance the maintenance and expansion of the register of volunteer blood stem cell and bone marrow donors.
To encourage Islanders to join the register of donors.
To promote awareness of Anthony Nolan in Jersey.
To provide equipment and funding for projects such as wells in schools in the Gambia West Africa - also including buildings and toilet facilities.
We aim to find loving, permanent, homes in the Channel Islands for retired racing greyhounds when their racing career is over, and to raise awareness among the general public as to the qualities and suitability of greyhounds as pets.
We ensure all greyhounds are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before rehoming and aim to provide an excellent back up service to all our owners.
The Jersey Haemophilia Group was formed in 1973.
The aims of the Group are to give help and advice to local Haemophiliac families, to further the knowledge of Haemophilia and to contribute to research into the cause and treatment of Haemophilia and associated blood disorders. Funds are raised from a 100 Club draw, sponsored walks, donations, collection boxes, the sale of stamps etc.
The objects of the Charity are:-
- To assist whether by way of the provision of financial support, donations or other means the construction, establishment, funding, staffing, accommodating of staff, promoting, holding, running, operating, equipping, improvement and general development of hospitals, clinics, health centres, surgeries, nursing homes and other health care facilities of whatever sort in the island of Jersey;
- To provide assistance whether by way of financial support, donations or other means to patients or prospective patients of any hospital or other establishments;
- To assist whether by way of the provision of financial support, donations or other means with the treatment, care and medical research carried out or provided at any hospital;
- To act as a non sectarian, non political, charitable association in support of any hospital or other establishment or any patient;
- To provide assistance, help and support for the general well being, and rehabilitation of any patient and for the general benefit of the families of such patients;
- To set up homes, hostels and to provide residential accommodation both on a gratuitous basis or otherwise for the care, well being, general benefit and rehabilitation of any patient;
- To provide comfort, care and attention including access to such legal, medical and social welfare services as may be appropriate to all patients and their families and dependents and to assist such persons financially if deemed appropriate (whether by way of loan, gift or otherwise) and generally to promote their material spiritual and mental health and well being;
- To employ such persons as may be necessary in the carrying out and general implementation of these rules and to provide for, arrange and implement the training of persons for work as specified in the constitution;
The JHPG cares for sick, injured and orphaned hedgehogs under veterinary guidance and supervision and releases them back into the wild, once they are fit again or old enough to be able to fend for themselves. We also try to increase public awareness about hedgehogs and the hazards they face and encourage children's interest in, and respect for, hedgehogs. The Group maintains a record of every hedgehog we care for and ear-tags as many as possible before release which will help us build up information on what happens to them once they are back in the wild.
If you find a hedgehog out of its nest in daylight,it will probably be in need of help, so please ring 734340 as soon as possible for advice and assistance.
For further information please visit our web sites: http://www.thisisjersey.com/community/hedgehogs and http://www.jerseyhedgehogs.co.uk
To collect, preserve and make accessible to the public the Island's historic sites, monuments and records to the public.
To work with people who are sleeping rough, in order to link them with mainstream services and provide care and support to those living on the street.
This is currently achieved mainly through the work of the Outreach Coordinator, in conjunction with a small group of volunteers.
Jersey Hospice Care is the island's Hospice; all of our services are available to anyone with a life limiting condition and provided at no cost to the patient or their family.
The charity first began with a home care service in 1982. The work done in the community is still central to what is offered today and the Specialist Palliative Care team are on call all day, every day, 365 days a year.
We offer day care facilities three days a week and have twelve bedrooms on the In-Patient Unit for people needing more intensive care. We also offer physiotherapy, lymphoedma and complementary therapies.
In addition, confidential emotional support is available to islanders of all ages through the Community Bereavement Service, regardless of the nature of bereavement and how long ago it happened.
We recognise and respect that each person is unique and aim to improve the quality of life for patients, and their families, according to their own personal needs.
Jersey Humane Society award medallic or ephemeral awards to individuals to provide formal recognition of individual acts of gallantry, courage and self sacrifice in saving or attempting to save life.
The Jersey Association of Divers was formed on 27 October 1981 by a number of divers and other interested parties, with the express intention of providing a local recompression facility.
Until the Association was formed, all diving emergencies had to be transported to a chamber in either Guernsey or the UK by sea or air - methods which were always under threat of delays through bad weather. These delays could mean the difference between total recovery or permanent illness or disability for bends victims. Delay in the onset of treatment for pulmonary barotrauma (burst lung) or embolism can prove fatal.
In 1993, the charity changed it's name to Jersey Hyperbaric Treatment Centre to better reflect the aims and objectives of the charity. In 1998, the chamber was relocated to its current site, an old German bunker on Albert Pier between the RNLI station and the Albert Pier terminal.
The chamber is operated by a team of trained volunteers, led by a volunteer doctor. The team comprises divers, technicians and doctors. All volunteers are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, undertaking training and treatments in their own time.
The main purposes of the Women's Institute organisation are to enable women who are interested in issues associated with rural life, including arts, crafts and sciences to improve and develop conditions of rural life, to advance their education in citizenship, in public questions both national and international, in music, drama and other cultural subjects and in all branches of agriculture, handicrafts, home economics, health and social welfare. It seeks to give to all women the opportunity of working together through the Women's Institute organisation, and of putting into practice those ideals for which it stands.
The Jersey Junior Dog Handlers Association aim to educate children and adults to become responsible dog owners. They hold weekly training sessions to cover obedience and show handling. All club funds are raised by subscriptions and donations and the organising of fund-raising events.
We are a Jersey incorporated charity supporting kidney patients and their families, emotionally and financially. Our aim is to help kidney patients maintain their independence.
The Jersey MS Therapy Centre exists to help islanders with conditions such as MS, ME, Fibromyalgia, Post Operative Wound Healing, Cancer, the list goes on. Our primary purpose is to provide High Dose Oxygen Therapy, an incredibly versatile natural therapy which has huge potential for many. We are shortly rebranding to the Jersey Oxygen Therapy Centre in order to recognise how inclusive our service is.
Beyond Oxygen Therapy, the Centre offers complimentary therapies, has a Cyclossage massage mattress, a Eurotherapy hand held massage machine, and offers social meetings and dinners. Even if you just want a chat, the Centre is the place to come. We also house the most comprehensive range of literature on MS, Arthritis, Parkinsons and Oxygen Therapy on the island.
The Jersey Society was formed in 1960 by a group of parents, to press for improved conditions in the Island for people with a learning disability and their families. Much has been achieved in these years and there is now a greater awareness of the needs and rights of people with such disabilities and a greater understanding of how their lives can be enriched. Projects supported by Jersey Mencap include The Self Advocacy Project, The Taking Part Making Art Project, The Pond Project and the Jersey Mencap Social Club
The group was launched in April 2007 as a successor to the Make Poverty History campaign of 2005. The objectives of the Jersey One World Group (JOWG) are set out in its constitution.
These include raising awareness of the situations facing people in developing countries and our part in it and acting together to promote a vision of a peaceful, just and sustainable world.
Our base is a room at the Town Hall, Seale St where we store resources and where meetings are held.
The group has an elected Management Committee of 7 and a paid Education Officer for 3 hours per week, who is working with primary schools.
In November 2009, we organised a visit by a team led by Steve Chalke of Stop the Traffik.
On August Bank holiday 2010, we held a reunion for all those who have taken part in over 100 Overseas Aid work parties in the past 40 years... More than 360 people enjoyed the final event at the JHA&HS hall on Sun August 29th, with displays by 14 charities working overseas.
For 2011, our project will feature Forests as it is the International Year of Forests and trees are a vital part of the Biosphere.
To promote the material and mental welfare of those who have undergone or who are about to undergo urostomy, ileostomy, colostomy diversions and to provide help and co-operation between members, their families and friends.
To enrich the lives of older people through various activities to help body and mind.
To relieve poverty, distress and suffering. To educate people about the nature, causes and effects of poverty, and to campaign for a fairer world.
The Trust was established on 15th July 1982 as a successor to the Jersey Relief for the Needy Fund which was established some time ago by the late Mr & Mrs B.M. Burt, the initial benefactors to the Trust.
The Trust is established "for the benefit of necessitous persons regardless of race or religion". Its beneficiaries are any persons of whatever race or religion, ordinarily resident in Jersey and who are in need of financial assistance. In particular, preference is to be given to those who do not qualify, or fully qualify for financial assistance from other charitable, voluntary or government associations, bodies or agencies.
Jersey Rescue Dogs rescue dogs from the UK and Ireland. They foster and find loving homes for the dogs in Jersey. Rehoming is their main focus but Jersey Rescue Dogs also offer sanctuary to a group of dogs who would otherwise struggle to find a home in accordance with the Animal Welfare (Jersey) Law 2004. Jersey Rescue Dogs work with the public to raise awareness of the plight of rescue dogs and promotes child safety around dogs with the Speak Dog & Stay Safe campaign.
Jersey Round Table was founded in 1948 with the aim of providing a focal point for young men from the local business community to meet and exchange views and ideas, whilst socialising at the same time. A considerable amount of Table effort is devoted to organising fetes and functions for fund raising purposes, children's outings etc., as well as providing help and comfort, both financial and in kind, to any member of the community requiring assistance.
To provide opportunities for younger people, in partnership with adults to:
a) participate in a balanced programme of activities & challenges.
b) develop leadership & organisational skills.
c) take an increasing responsibility for their personal development.
To assist the development of young people 10-18 through a nautical and disciplined environment
Established in 1970 The Jersey Society for the Disabled was founded by June Beslievre & and Barbara Marie to serve the needs of disabled people living in Jersey.
We run a Social Club that meets every Wednesday (except the 2nd Wednesday of the month) at the St Clements Parish Hall from 3.00 till 4.30 and every Thursday at the Methodist Church in St Martins from 10.30 till 3.30. We provide an advice, guidance & signposting to service for members, that includes support with understanding benefits and Long Term Care. We also have a fleet of 4 mini buses and a wheelchair adapted car that are available to lend to members and organisations in exchange for a donation the charity. The Society is a membership organisation; membership is £35 per year.
The Wednesday club arranges a variety of activities - bingo, horse racing, music, singing, entertainers guest speakers, Easter and Christmas parties as well as lunch and afternoon tea outings all over the Island that are subsidised by the Society, members are asked to contribute £5, occasionally more depending on the outing.
Thursday's club is an all-day event; they enjoy exercise classes run by physiotherapist Sue Moore that includes Tai Chi for falls prevention, there is a 3 course meal and a range of activities, such as board games and bingo. Thursday's club cost £5 to attend and members have the option of paying to play bingo for cash prizes as well as purchase raffle tickets for prizes.
We are not able to cater for anyone who requires personal care or who requires assistance with medication, though they would be welcome to attend if they can bring their own carer.
Transport to and from venues is usually provided in one of the Society's 4 minibuses, driven by a team of dedicated volunteer drivers.
The Society is currently reviewing how it can best serve the needs of disabled islanders - so if you would like to find out more about us, or indeed have any suggestions for services you would like to see us provide that fit into our charitable objectives then please do get in touch.
(1)To provide a meeting place wherein disabled persons can join for social, recreational or entertainment purposes and be given an opportunity to participate in handicrafts or other work - subject to availability- for the purpose of rehabilitation;
(2) To encourage and provide opportunity for persons in the Island of Jersey to take an active interest in all aspects of the work of the Society;
(3) The exchanging and propagating of information relating to the problems, cure, welfare and rehabilitation of disabled persons in Jersey and to deliberate upon and consider all questions, problems and measures, legislative or otherwise, connected therewith;
(4) To promote, assist or encourage schemes for education, technical training, or rehabilitation of disabled persons in Jersey
(5) To maintain and promote close relationship with all persons and organisations interested in the aforesaid matters;
(6) To enter into agreements with and to subscribe to and promote the aims and objects of any Society or Association having similar objects to all or any of the objects of the Society; and
(7) To do all things as may be conducive to the extension of or incidental to the attainment of the above objects.
Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Inc.)
History of the JSPCA:
In 1868 the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' (JSPCA) was founded and Miss Frances Elizabeth Wilson established the Jersey Animals' Shelter itself in 1913. In 1925 the JSPCA formed a Committee to assist Miss Wilson in her work and in 1936, the JSPCA and Jersey Animals' Shelter amalgamated. This was a lifelong wish of Miss Wilson and took place shortly before her death.
JSPCA Animals' Shelter Services:
The JSPCA Animals' Shelter provides a range of services relating to animal care and welfare, offering help and advice for all members of the public. These services include:
The JSPCA works closely with the Police and the Sates Veterinary Officer in investigating cases of alleged cruelty or mistreatment of animals. Members of the public are able to contact the Shelter for advice should they have any concerns about the welfare of an animal.
Sir Philip Bailhache opened the JSPCA Animals' Shelter Giles Howard Memorial Education Centre on 29th June 1996. It plays a vital role in introducing children to animals and teaching them the importance of caring for and respecting both pets and wildlife. It is widely recognised that education about animal welfare from a young age is imperative to the improvement of attitudes towards the treatment of animals, which, in turn, is fundamentally important in the prevention of cruelty to animals. The Education centre works in close conjunction with the Jersey's schools and has developed a number of carefully crafted workshops that support the curriculum.
The JSPCA Animals' Shelter provides an ambulance service whereby members of the public can always telephone for advice or assistance whenever required. Ambulance staff are available to rescue injured animals, collect strays and assist the public in any way and they are thoroughly trained in basic animal first aid, thus providing an invaluable service in ensuring that help is always available for any animal or bird in distress.
Lost and Found Service
The JSPCA Animals' Shelter collects and cares for many of Jersey's stray animals and runs a comprehensive lost and found service. Every effort is made to reunite each stray animal received at the Shelter with its owner as quickly as possible. The JSPCA Animals' Shelter strongly recommends microchipping pets for identification purposes.
Regardless of the reason or circumstances for being unable to keep a pet, the JSPCA Animals' Shelter will take in all unwanted companion animals and endeavour to find them new and loving homes. Every animal is thoroughly health-checked and temperament assessed before being placed in a new home. Most animals are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped (as appropriate for the species) before becoming available for re-homing and all cats are blood tested to establish whether they have been infected with Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Once a prospective new owner has been found, a home check will be carried out to ensure the animal's requirements can be met. The Animals' Shelter has one of the best re-homing records in Britain. The Shelter also runs a Foster Animal; Scheme, which offers free veterinary treatment for life to elderly animals re-homed from the Shelter or to animals the Shelter re-homes with on-going medical conditions, such as Diabetes mellitus.
The JSPCA Animals' Shelter has facilities to board both dogs and cats. Both the Kennels and Cattery have recently been rebuilt and designed with maximum comfort and hygiene in mind and with the aim of minimising the risk and spread of disease. Each animal has its own individual kennel with an outside run and boarding dogs are walked on-site on a daily basis. Every day each animal is given a hands-on health check. The Shelter also offers an Emergency Boarding service for which a number of kennels are kept available at all times. This service offers boarding facilities for pets belonging to people who may have to go into hospital.
The JSPCA understands and respects the special relationship that develops between people and their pets. On contacting the JSPCA Animals' Shelter, bereaved owners will find a sympathetic ear and can be reassured that their pet will be treated with the utmost dignity and care. The JSPCA Animals' Shelter provides the only Pet Cremation Service on Jersey and owns the Animals' Cemetery at First Tower.
The JSPCA Affiliation Scheme was developed and introduced in 2001, whereby local animal charities and organisations are invited to join forces and work together with the JSPCA to promote animal welfare and ensure that scarce resources are best utilised. The aim of this scheme is to present a united front against animal cruelty and promote all aspects of animal welfare.
The JSAD was formed in 1985 with the clear aim to encourage and support local disabled people wishing to take part in any kind of sporting activity. The remit of the Association remains very wide. They have no restrictions of disability or age, provided the activity chosen by an individual is safe.
Jersey Trees for Life is the only charity entirely devoted to protecting the Island's trees and woodlands. Their work includes woodland restoration and the planting of many thousands of trees each year in woods, copses and hedgerows. Trees for Life have created several new community woodlands and often work closely with other conservation groups to aid the survival of threatened local species. Whilst also continuing to campaign and lobby for preservation orders on trees in peril and running a busy community environmental education programme. Trees for Life rely on membership for funding, campaign support and practical help.
Please join us today!
The Jersey Variety Sailing Trust aims to promote leisure and social opportunities for the Island's physically and psychologically disabled citizens within a seafaring environment. They utilize adapted sailing and motor vessels to offer pleasure, training and integrative socialisation opportunities at sea and ports of call.
The Refuge offers safe and secure temporary accommodation to women and children suffering physical, verbal, mental and sexual abuse in the home. It is a 24 hour service providing advice and support.
Jersey Youth Trust aims to provide a high quality information, advice and support to young people aged 14 - 25 years through the Youth Enquiry Service (YES) and the 1:2:1 Youth Counselling project. Jersey Youth Trust are working in partnership with the Youth Service to develop these two exciting initiatives which are based at the La Motte Street Youth Centre. Jersey Youth Trust receive financial support both from the States and various charitable trusts.
To provide grants/burseries or other financial support for anyone wishing to pursue studies in a career in radio presentation/production or broadcast journalism
The Jubilee Sailing Trust gives physically handicapped people a unique opportunity to find fulfilment as working crew members of an ocean-going, square rigged sailing ship, on holidays which are designed to stimulate the "will to win" that must motivate anyone who joins the crew of a tall ship. Blind, deaf and otherwise physically handicapped people - in or out of wheelchairs - are all welcome alongside an equal number of able-bodied men and women on each voyage.
To provide a safe and caring environment for children after school and during holidays as their parents work. Educational and fun playcare, outings, games, outdoor play, stimulating activities and development.
Founded in Glasgow in 1919, the Knights of St Columba is an Order of Catholic men bonded together in Charity, Unity and Fraternity to serve the Church and their fellow beings. They believe they do this best by labouring actively towards the establishment of Christian standards in the world today and serving others.
Organised in Councils (there is one in Jersey) each local council chooses the means suitable to its own locality, capabilities and resources to achieve its aims. We are also affiliated to similar organisations in the English speaking world.
Locally, we assist with the Catholic Clergy and liaise with other Christian organisations i.e. setting up many of the outside Christmas cribs etc. We assist with fund raising activities at many school fetes, church fairs and bazaars, sponsored walks etc., as well as being involved with selected overseas aid projects. Individually most members are, amongst other duties, actively engaged in the mission of the Catholic Church as Eucharistic Ministers, altar servers, visitors to the sick, and the Apostleship of the Sea
To further the educatIon of the pupils at the school by: a) fostering close relationships between parents and staff. b) engaging in activities which support the school. c) providing facilities & equipment for the school.
To provide an opportunity for brass, woodwind and percussion players to meet together in a spirit of friendship for the rehearsal and performance of concert band music in order to improve the quality of performance and positively contribute to the musical environment of the island.
Lady Taverners aim to enable youngsters to keep physically fit and mentally alert through the playing of team games, especially cricket. They provide financial support for charities which specialise in sport for the handicapped. Transport in "New Horizon Buses" for handicapped children is proffered to enable them to participate in sport away from the confines of Homes and Institutions.
To advance the education of students in the school, including the development of relationships between the staff, parents and others associated with the school. Engaging in supportive activities and providing facilities or items for the school.
Informal education, drop-in youth club, open sessions, issue based work - sexual health/relationships, drugs, alcohol etc., computers, Internet, cafe, pool, sports hall, counselling and advice, outings, off-island residentials, summer activities, visits to other youth clubs, Duke of Edinburgh's Award, meet friends, socialise
Voluntary Services throughout the hospitals and day centres, with all money raised going to purchase items within the Hospitals Group.
LES AMIS is a Jersey based Charity which is associated with Jersey Mencap. Our main objective is to offer care and support in residential settings to adults with learning difficulties.
Our philosophy is to offer homely environments where people feel free to express themselves and make real choices that effect their lives. This is acheived through empowering residents by helping them to gain the necessary skills to participate and contribute to their local community as equal and valued members.
The Lions Club of Jersey is one of the thousands of Lions Clubs situated all over the world, known collectively as "Lions International". it is the largest service organisation in the world. There are over 40 members in the Lions Club of Jersey of differing ages and professions. The club was sponsored by the Lions Club of Southampton and St Malo and was chartered in 1963.
The Lions prime call is to serve and help the local community and to participate in Lions International projects at the club's discretion. Committee and Dinner Meetings are held regularly in order to discuss and debate the various requests for help and action needed in raising both large and small sums of money from various organisations and individuals.
Little Oaks is a fully registered day care provider. Our aim is to provide high quality, affordable term time care to all sections of the community. We ensure that all children from the age of birth to five years have access to a wide range of play experiences, in a safe and peaceful environment.
Lymphoedema is a condition which causes chronic swelling in the body but mostly in the arms and legs. This condition develops when the lymph system, which drains away fluid from the tissues of the body, has become damaged or does not function normally.Lymphoedema, which can be primary or secondary, cannot be cured, but it can be treated. As the Jersey Health service does not provide treatment for this problem, the Support Group run a clinic for non-cancer Lymphoedema patients. The clinic has a professional therapist and is on a weekly basis at the Island Medical Centre, 14, Gloucester Street, St. Helier. Referrals to the clinic must be made by a suitably qualified health care professional. Enquiries concerning lymphoedema and its treatment should be directed to our therapist, Mrs. Helena Parris on 07797 764877
Full membership is open to all those suffering from Lymphoedema, who will be provided with on-going support in the treatment of their condition. Associate membership is open to anyone who wishes to promote the aims and objectives of the Support Group. Full membership is mandatory, but following a policy change, there are presently no fees payable for either full or associate membership.
Macmillan Cancer Support (Jersey) Limited is a local charity which aims to help people to live well and take back control of their lives through their experience of cancer. We also want to make sure that those supporting you get the support they need too.
Our services are run from The Oasis, Suite 2.13 The Lido Medical Centre, St Saviour's Road, St Saviour. Anyone touched by any type of cancer and at any stage can access our services, including family and friends. We offer practical information, emotional and social support to people in Jersey touched by cancer. We also provide a wellbeing service offering free complementary therapies, relaxation groups and information about exercise and healthy eating. You can drop in or make an appointment. You do not need to be referred to us and all our services are free of charge.
We also host the Prostate Cancer Support Group. The meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month between 5.30pm and 7pm at The Oasis.
For more information about our services please go to www.macmillanjersey.com or telephone Freephone 0800 735 0275.
To provide holiday accommodation for individuals with a disabilty, and their carers.
To deliver hot meals to people in their homes.
The Methodist Homes for the Aged are a non-profit organisation providing homely and caring accommodation for elderly folk of all denominations and beliefs. Maison la Corderie, St. Helier (30 residents) was opened in 1979 and Stuart Court, St. Lawrence (26 residents) in 1987. Both homes have a qualified matron and other care assistance providing 24 hour staffing. Residents each have their own room and are well cared for in pleasant surroundings. Short stay facilities are also available.
To support people with mental health problems, their families, carers and interested parties. To provide information, assistance and services. To promote mental health and raise awareness.
Our priorities are: Patient Care, Creating Public Awareness and Fundraising.We can help with funding specialist equipment and services to meet the needs enabling patients to remain in their own home for as long as possible.
We also help fund research into MND to learn more about the disease and help find treatments and hopefully one day a cure.
Move on Youth Projects is a charity which supports the development of youth work opportunities for young people who live in the Parish of St Helier and the surrounding area.Our aim is to provide:
A safe, warm, well equipped and accessible venue for young people to meet at times when they are needed, giving them the opportunity to participate in a broad youth work programme which meets their needs.
A range of youth work opportunities to support young peoples personal and social development, including art, music, drama, sport and outdoor activities to develop new skills, to build self-confidence and explore issues that impact on their lives.
Access to information and advice on a variety of issues that impact on their lives from trained and experienced youth workers who they trust and feel comfortable with, knowing they will be non-judgmental and supportive.
Providing a voice and to be heard on issues that they feel strongly about both by having representation on the projects advisory group and through other creative methods of participation.
Our work is conducted via Street based Youth Work, the Mobile Bus Project and the soon to be opened, refurbished Move On Cafe at Liberty Wharf.
The society was established in 1961 and the aims of the society are to support those on the Island with Multiple Sclerosis and their families, emotionally and financially, whilst searching for the cause and cure of the disease.
For those newly diagnosed in Jersey, the link to the UK Multiple Sclerosis "Just diagnosed" offers information or alternatively contact Sister Sarah Kean at Neurocare on 01534 444524.
For any member currently needing extra assistance on a more practical level, please get in touch with our Outreach Team. We can help with a vast array of things such as aiding you in reaching your doctor's appointments, or Social Security etc, getting you appropriate aids into your homes, and can also arrange to take you out for coffee or lunch so that you can enjoy going out for a chat.
Should you wish to find out more about the MS Jersey branch then please have a look at our website. If you wish to make a donation to our society, it will be very gratefully received.
We are here to GRASP your hand in support, friendship and thanks, as we strive for a world free of MS.
G Grants to help our members adjust their day to day lifestyle to accommodate living with MS.
R Research - donations to projects, which are propelling the treatment of MS forward and working towards a cure.
A Awareness - Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS. It is the most common disabling condition in young adults. Help us to stop MS.
S Support - monthly support in the form of exercise classes, massage and dietary supplementations.
P Positivity - helping those who live with or love someone with MS stay positive as they live with the condition.
Phone us on our Outreach Number: 07797 779903
Donations can be sent to the Treasurer, Dermot Boylan, Lavender View, La Petit Route des Mielles, St Brelade, JE3 8FY
To provide a fun and accessible cultural programme of the highest calibre. To provide outreach with musical educational programmes designed to encourage and inspire children and young adults. To raise money for other charities through concerts. To provide opportunities for talented Jersey musicians to play with major stars.
To assist those in need in Eastern Europe, through fund-raising to support in-country self-sufficiency projects, sending humanitarian aid, offering encouragement and spiritual support as needed to any, regardless of creed and culture.
To promote a weekly self-help group meeting on Monday evenings between 4.30 and 5.30 at the General Hospital hydrotherapy pool
The Objects of the Trust are:-
- To relieve sickness and distress among persons in Jersey who are suffering meningitis or who are disabled as a result of meningitis.
- To try to save lives by making people in Jersey aware of the symptoms of meningitis and providing information.
- To assist in the funding of research into all strains of meningitis whether viral or bacterial and to assist with and or fund the publication and dissemination of the useful results thereof.
- To relieve the poverty of the families of persons in Jersey who are suffering from meningitis or who are disabled as a result of meningitis or to the families of persons who might die from meningitis.
- To preserve and protect the health of the public in Jersey by assisting in the development of programmes for vaccination or otherwise that are designed to prevent the development and spread of meningitis.
- To offer support and comfort to sufferers, their families and loved ones.
To permanently safeguard sites of historic and natural beauty for the benefit of the Island.
NCT is here to support parents. We give them accurate, impartial information so that they can decide whats best for their family, and we introduce them to a network of local parents to gain practical and emotional support.
We are the UKs largest charity for parents, and campaign as the voice for parents on the issues they care about.
Our vision is a world where parents are valued and supported to build a strong society, believing that a childs early years significantly impact upon the future they help to shape.
Our charitable purpose
We offer information and support in pregnancy, birth and early parenthood
We campaign to improve maternity care and ensure better services and facilities for new parents
We aim to give every parent the chance to make informed choices
We want to make sure that everyone has access to our services and activities
NSPCC Jersey Service Centre,
The NSPCC Jersey Service Centre is an island-wide service that provides vital support to local families. We are based at The Gower Centre in Stopford Road, St Helier.
We are delivering cutting edge services to protect children, prevent abuse and give children the help and support they need. We believe in a society where every child is happy, fulfilled and free from fear.
For more information, please contact the NSPCC in Jersey on (01534) 760800 / Freephone: 0800 090 2270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nspccjersey
Services on Offer:
Letting The Future In (LTFI) is a therapeutic service for children and young people age 4 to 17, who have made a disclosure of sexual abuse. Many children and young people feel confused and upset by what has happened to them, so a wide range of approaches are used by the workers at the one to one sessions including talking, play and creative activities, which gives children and young people an opportunity to explain how they are feeling. The service is designed to work with children, young people and the safe parent and or carer.
Family SMILES (Simplifying mental illness and life enhancing skills): A group work programme for children age 7 to 15 who live with a family member who has a mental health difficulty which has impacted on the child's emotional and/or physical wellbeing. This service is designed to work with both children and parents. Please note MIND Jersey will be delivering this service from mid 2017.
Baby Steps: A unique group work programme which is provided jointly by NSPCC Practitioners and midwives. The 9 week programme starts before birth and is designed to support parents with the transition to parenthood in a fun, meaningful way and helps them engage positively with their babies.
United Voices: A group for 11 to18 year olds, meet at The Gower Centre every month and engage in Regional Participation events nationally. We are keen for young people to have an opportunity to voice their say on the services available to children and young people in the Island and to discuss the issues affecting young people.
Speak Out and Stay Safe: A programme launched so that a generation of children have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect. The programme provides child friendly, interactive assemblies and workshops in all Channel Island primary schools to help all children aged 4 to 11 learn essential safeguarding information in a lively, interactive and memorable way.
To try and improve the quality of life of those suffering from Parkinsons and their carers. To educate and raise awareness of the public and to support research into Parkinsons.
To raise money for Jersey Hospice and Fighting Motor Neurone Disease.
To support the Charity's registered volunteers and their pets within the Channel Islands in visiting patients and/or residents in hospices, hospitals, nursing homes and other like institutions and to raise funds for the Charity to enable it to pursue its objectives.
Pisces Trust was established in 1977 for the purpose of providing recreational facilities for the parishioners of St. Brelade and the public of Jersey. It owns a large Hall/Gymnasium on a site provided by the Parish Assembly of St Brelade, situated in the Childrens Playground on the Petite Route des Mielles.
The work of the Trust is to provide facilities for the profitable use of leisure time at a price which will exclude no one on the basis of financial hardship. The premises are used widely for a variety of people : Cubs, Scouts, Athletes, Rowers, Boxers, Weightlifters, Majorettes, Judo, Karate, Girl Guides, Flower Club, Model Enthusiasts' Club etc. Sleeping facilities are available and the Hall has been used by visiting Clubs, Schools, RAF Culdrose, Charity Holidays etc.
To provide entertainment and visit patients in the Jersey Group of hospitals and other residential homes.
Relate helps people through difficult and unhappy stages in their relationships. This is mainly done through marital or relationship counselling, which takes place in comfortable and relaxing rooms and usually takes several sessions (each session lasts an hour) . Relate receives grants from the States, Parishes and client contributions but need to organise a large number of fund raising events as their expenses are very high, mainly due to the professional training of their volunteer counsellors.
To provide horse and pony rides and instruction for disabled children and adults.
The R.N.L.I. Jersey Lifeboat Guild is a branch of the fund- raising section the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The R.N.L.I. relies totally on voluntary contributions and volunteer crew men and the sole aim of the Guild is to fund boats and equipment for the saving of lives at sea.
The Rotary Club of Jersey's purpose is to provide service to its community and internationally and fellowship to its members who are business and professional people. To encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. Fuller details for the Object of Rotary are available from me on request and on the RI and RIBI websites.
To foster comradeship and where necessary, offer support, financial or otherwise, to past and present members of the Royal Air Forces of Great Britain and the Commonwealth
The Royal British Legion can be summed up as being a comradeship of men and women who have served in HM Forces and the ancillary forces who are dedicated to ensuring their efforts are not forgotten, their welfare and that of their dependants is safeguarded and that equitable treatment is obtained for them in respect of the difficulties caused in their lives by their sacrifices and services. The Poppy Appeal enables the Royal British Legion to help those who are not in a position to help themselves, but the Legion is conscious that the need for such support is not diminishing but instead is steadily increasing as the years go by.
The aim of the Safer St Helier Community Partnership (SSHCP) is to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in St Helier by following a few basic principles.
The Safer St Helier Community Partnership and the initiatives it implements is owned and run by members of the community.
SSHCP focuses on issues that are most relevant to the communities in St Helier and seeks to implement solutions that are both practical and sustainable for those communities.
Every initiative is based upon an in-depth study of the particular issue. Whether it is late-night transport or under-age drinking SSHCP will conduct its own research in order to understand the scale of the problem, understand the impact that it has on the local community and inform interventions.
Each initiative will be monitored and evaluated to ensure that it is working as intended and the outcomes are those the SSHCP are seeking to achieve.
SSHCP is very aware of the damage that so called Quick-wins can do to local communities. Our initiatives are all sustainable long-term programmes aimed at making effective long-lasting changes.
The St. Helier Corps of the Salvation Army are affiliated to the Salvation Army United Kingdom Territory. They promote the Christian Gospel through religious and community work. The Citadel(Minden Place) is the centre for Worship, Social Action and Youth Work (ranging from Christmas meals for the elderly to "Mums and Toddlers"' Groups.
"Heart to God, Hand to man"
To provide emotional support to anyone in need, 24 hours a day, every day via the phone, email, letter, text or and in person face to face.
To provide a confidential and non-judgemental listening ear.
T: 08457 909090 or 01534 725555
Visit for face-to-face support:
Originally established by Scope and Headway (Jersey) to provide affordable, purpose designed accommodation for people suffering from brain injury and cerebral palsy. The terms of the trust have now been extended and the trust now provides accommodation for people with any learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder and/or any physical or sensory disability. The trust has completed the development of 7 flats in Clearview Street and known as Scott Gibaut Court which flats are occupied by persons with disabilities. The trustees are looking for further opportunities to provide accommodation.
The Shelter Trust was formed to provide services for homeless people in Jersey. The trust is a charity offering shelter, support and a way forward for homeless people.
At present we offer accommodation for over 100 homeless people from four sites around St Helier and St Saviour. We also provide an outreach service, offering food, hot drinks and support for 'rough sleepers'. The outreach service is provided in partnership with Jersey Homeless Outreach Group (JHOG).
At the other end of the spectrum of homelessness, we also provide an aftercare and resettlement service for those of our residents and clients who have moved on to independent living.
An additional facility, the Drunk and Incapable Unit, provides a place of safety for up to four people as an alternative to the penal system.
To assist those who find it difficult to walk to get around Town. We supply, for a small charge, powered scooters, chairs, manual chairs and walkers from the lower ground floor of Sand Street car park. Daily use is from 10 to 4.30 Monday to Saturday, excluding bank and public holidays. Special arrangements are made for Christmas Shopping in December and for Liberation Day and the Battle of Flowers.
Dedicated parking is available for all users of the scheme at no extra cost and with no time limit whilst using the equipment. (This car park has a 3 hour limit for all other users including blue badge holders.)
Shopmobility is also available at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (Jersey Zoo) where the number for booking a scooter is 860021 or 860045. The cost is 5 for any period of the day during opening hours.
Also at the Jersey War Tunnels. Booking is essential on 01534 860808.
We will deliver to hotels which have been approved by us as suitable for use and with safe, dry storage.
Silkworth Charity Group runs a States of Jersey registered, 12-bed residential treatment and rehabilitation centre at Silkworth Lodge, for sufferers of drug and alcohol addiction.
The treatment programme is proven to be very successful in helping clients achieve and maintain abstinence, regain self-esteem and develop healthy, contented and fulfilling lifestyles.
A free assessment and consultation is available within 48 hours to anyone concerned with their addiction to drugs or alcohol. We also run a week-day community drop in centre for anyone who wishes to seek support in a non-judgemental, safe environment.
We offer a dedicated Family Programme which supports family members or loved ones living with someone addicted to alcohol or drugs. The programme provides vital psychoeducation and tools to develop the family member's sense of understanding of the disease of addiction, which helps them to be more able to support themselves and their loved ones better.
The aims of the playgroup are to provide safe and satisfying group play in which parents have the right to take part, to encourage other charitable activities through which parents may help the children and to further the aims of the Pre-School Learning Alliance. They endeavour to keep fees as low as possible in the hope that all parents who wish to send their children to playgroups can afford to do so. They achieve this through active involvement of the Committee and parents in fund-raising activities, the proceeds of which are used to subsidise the running costs and to improve facilities.
To promote and encourage the study of the history, archaeology, language and many other subjects of interest in the Island of Jersey and conservation of the environment.
Chartered in 1950. An International Service Club for professional and executive business women from any spheres of activity, who join together to serve their local community. one of the aims of Soroptimist is to "quicken the spirit of service and human understanding" and from early days Jersey Soroptimists have been conscious of their responsibilities to the community, one of the main concerns being the care of the elderly and disadvantaged.
Involving, celebrating, providing for, working with, encouraging, enabling and promoting young people.
To promote cultural, educational and historical events between our twinned towns of St Helier and Bad Wurzach.
To provide a reconciliation between former internees and the townsfolk of Bad Wurzach
Our vision for St John is that "Everyone who needs it should receive first aid from those around them. No one should suffer from the lack of trained first aiders".
St John Ambulance Jersey is a volunteer led charity working within the community of Jersey
- Providing First Aid Training - 20% of Jersey population has received First Aid training in the last 3 years
- Providing First Aid Cover for Public Events - over 160 events annually
- Running a successful Schools Awareness Programme - including issuing CPR skills kits annually to all Year 6 pupils
- Running a Carers Support Programme and Young Carers Support Project
- Supporting and providing training in the use of over 150 AED units in Jersey
- Providing a backup service to the States of Jersey Ambulance Service
- Running a successful uniformed youth programme for 5 to 17 year olds
St John Ambulance Jersey is totally reliant on donations and the income from its training courses, and all monies raised remains within Jersey.
To support the further development of youth work opportunities for young people in the parish of St John and to provide a safe, warm and well equipped venue for young people to meet while encouraging participation and personal development
Support the teaching and learning at St Lawrence School for the benefit and advancement of the children.
The Youth Club was formed in 1977 under the name of Coin Varin Youth & Community Centre. Its principal function is as a Youth Club catering for young people living in the Parish of St. Lawrence. It is non-denominational and is divided into junior and senior sections. The affairs of the centre are directed by a Management Committee. Finance is raised by means of entrance charges, annual Youth Service grants, grants from the Parish and by fund-raising events.
Supporting the children and the families of the children that attend S Luke's School. Fostering and supporting the links between parents, the community and the school and to support projects and initiatives to purchase equipment that will benefit the pupil's social and academic growth that is not met by the responsibilities of the statutory authorities.
To benefit the children of St Martin's School
To provide opportunities for young people for personal development in their leisure time.
To run the Community Centre for the benefit of the Parishioners of St. Mary and the island community.
To maintain the running of the centre throught self sufficent means and fundraising events. To maintain the property internally and externally, its equipment and the surrounding grounds in good order.
The raising of funds for the restoration and repair of St Matthew's Church so as to preserve this unique building of architectural significance for the enjoyment of future generations.
St. Ouen Youth & Community Centre aims to encourage the use of the building and environs of the centre for the cultural, sporting, spiritual and general recreational welfare of its members, being any person residing within the Parish of St Ouen and any regular user of the centre.
Development of youth work opportunities for young people in St Ouen
Street Pastors Jersey Objective is initially to provide trained pastoral teams to work on the streets of St. Helier, on Saturdays, between 10PM and 3AM.
All Street Pastors are in uniform and have received extensive training in caring, listening and helping, particularly in the context of the night-time economy. Street Pastors work in partnership with other agencies as appropriate.
To prevent strokes and to support everyone affected by a stroke. We do this through our information, rehabilitation and support services. We also campaign to raise awareness of stroke and fund vital research into stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.
In Jersey we have two members of staff who work closely with the island's Stroke and Speech and Language Therapy teams, providing a comprehensive long-term support service for stroke survivors, their families and carers. There is also a Supported Conversation group specifically designed to support people with communication disabilities caused by their stroke.
The object of the charity shall be the motivation and welfare of children through provision of assistance in any areas of edcuation, sport, health and welfare.
To raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust to help develop specialist facilities and services for young people with cancer which are provided in Southampton for young people in the Channel Islands.
To raise funds by organising local events to which individuals and companies are invited. Also to raise the awareness of all to the dangers faced by seafarers daily.
The promotion in general of children's welfare as well as the support of any worthy charitable cause as approved from time to time by the officers of the charity.
Why is our research vital?
One in five pregnancies ends in miscarriage
Over 100,000 women lose their babies each year and the cause is often unknown.This High rate has remained since 1930's
One in 188 babies is stillborn
Although this rate is falling there is still no clear medical reason given for over half of all stillbirths
100 babies are born too small or too soon each day
One in ten of these babies will die or develop serious and permanat disabilities.
The object of the charity is to raise money for advancement in education and practice of gynaecology and funding research
To assist sufferers of phobias and Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)to overcome these problems, to raise funds in order to further research. Weekly meetings are held on Thursdays at The Headway Centre, Springfield Road, St. Saviour, from 7.00 - 8.30 pm.
a) To encourage close liaison between the parents, teachers and community and all others associated with the school. b) To support by all available means the educational policies of the School. c) Fundraising for the School in order to develop the opportunities and resources available to them.
The Trinity Youth Centre Trust provides and runs the building which houses Trinity Youth Centre. The Trinity Youth Centre is also administered by The Trust and provides the facilities to enable youngsters to lead active social and leisure pursuits as required by the UK Youth Club Movement.
The aims and objectives of Trinity Youth Club are to provide, during their leisure time, opportunities for young people complementary to those of home, school and work. To offer an exciting range of activities of a physical, social and cultural nature through which young people and other groups will learn more about themselves, working in groups and the community in which the youth should be a living part and also to help their physical, mental and moral approaches to society and life.
To offer free Subtle Energy Healing to the public via their Monday evening sessions at Bel Royal School through the voluntary services of fully qualified and insured therapists.
Each member of the group offers their services free of charge, having reached the national standards required by their umbrella organisation, the Confederation of Healing Organisations, via an intensive two year course.
Should you require a home visit, a number of our therapists do offer this facility. However, there will usually be a charge which they will agree with you prior to the visit.
Variety, the Children's Charity is dedicated to promoting and protecting the health and well-being of children in Jersey. Tent 52 offers financial assistance and support to disabled and disadvantaged children and other organisations in Jersey, to give a wider range of opportunities to the children in their care.
Through hard work, thoughtful stewardship and single-minded focus on the needs of the young, Variety strives to make a lasting difference by bringing hope and comfort to the lives of the less fortunate children and their families in our Island.
Victim Support offers free and confidential support and information to help people cope with crime. We offer someone to talk to in confidence; information on police and court procedures; liaison with other organisations on behalf of victims; information on compensation and insurance matters; contact with other sources of help; arrange for volunteers to accompany people to police station and court.
WASOT-UK has developed from THE WANANGWE SCHOOL AND ORPHANAGE TRUST FUND (WASOT) which was formed in December 2000 to support the work of Hezron Mc'Obewa with Aids orphans in his home area of Western Kenya. Hezron went to Victoria College for A level then studied medicine at Nottingham University, supported by another Jersey trust. He qualified in July 2003.
It was during a research project as part of his course in June 2000 that he realised the extent of the problem of Aids.The Trust initially helped a small group of orphans, but this has rapidly grown.
Now the OGRA Foundation is a large NGO based in Kenya and all funds raised by WASOT-UK are sent through this organisation.
The range of activities run by OGRA include a clinic with 33 beds in the local village, an outreach programme supplying ARV drugs for AIDs patients, an orphan feeding programme, support for young people into secondary school and a range of other programmes
More details are on the website www.ografoundation.org.
In December 2008, OGRA opened a hotel with 18 rooms in a quiet suburb of Kisumu. It is hoped that profits from this venture will support other OGRA activities. It also provides an outlet for the produce of widows and orphans group. You can find out more about the hotel at www.lesavannacountrylodge.org
Weston Health Care Foundation provides the over-arching umbrella from which Jersey Council on Alcoholism and Silkworth Charity Group operate under.
The objects of the Foundation Charity are:-
- To act as a non-sectarian, non-political, charitable association in support of those suffering from alcohol, drug or chemical dependency of any kind; and their families.
- To provide assistance, help and support for the general well being, sobriety and rehabilitation of those suffering from alcohol, drug or chemical dependency or from related conditions and for the general benefit of the families of such persons;
- To set up homes and facilities to provide residential accommodation both on a gratuitous basis or otherwise for the care, well being, sobriety, general benefit and rehabilitation of those suffering from alcohol, drug or chemical dependency;
- To set up and maintain centres for the treatment, help and counselling of people suffering from addiction to alcohol or substances; their families and dependants;
- To provide comfort, care and attention including access to such legal, medical and social welfare services as may be appropriate to all those suffering from alcohol or chemical dependency and their families and dependants, and to assist them financially if deemed appropriate (whether by way of loan, gift or otherwise) and generally to promote their material, spiritual and mental health, well being and sobriety;
- To employ people as may be necessary in the carrying out and general implementation of these rules and services and to provide for, arrange and implement the training of people to work as specified in the constitution;
- To assist whether by the way of the provision of financial support, donations or other means the construction, establishment, funding, staffing, accommodating of staff, promoting, holding, running, operating, equipping, improvement and general development of hospitals, clinics, health centres, surgeries, nursing homes and other health care facilities of whatever sort;
- To provide assistance whether by way of financial support, donations or other means to patients or prospective patients of any hospital or other establishments;
- To assist whether by way of the provision of financial support, donations or other means with the treatment, care and medical research carried out or provided at any hospital;
- To act as a non sectarian, non political, charitable association in support of any hospital or other establishment or any patient envisaged.