It is said that every minute of every day Rotary will touch the lives of millions somewhere in the world. By combining their skills and resources, members of Rotary are able to make a real contribution to the lives of others.
St John Guernsey aims to improve the lives of everyone in our community.
CareWatch is an independent panel made up of individuals and organisations from the community.
With more than 145 years of caring for animals in Guernsey, the GSPCA is growing to meet the demands of the modern world with enthusiasm, optimism and energy.
Lloyds Bank Foundation for the Channel Islands supports and works in partnership with charitable organisations which help people, especially disadvantaged or disabled, to play a fuller role in communities throughout the Channel Islands.
Guernsey Mind provides a service that promotes positive mental wellbeing for the community. They campaign locally to improve services, raise awareness and encourage understanding.
Caritas is a Community Charitable Trust, founded in 2007 by Rev. Richard Bellinger. With a team of dedicated volunteers we aim to support and nourish those on our island in difficulty, in the justice system, in distress or in need
Guernsey Myeloma Support Group is for myeloma (and associated conditions) patients, carers and families in Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm.
The Guernsey Association of Royal Navy, Royal Marines & Merchant Navy is a charitable body, open to any members of the public within the Bailiwick who take an interest in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Merchant Navy. lt is also involved in Royal Navy ship's visits.
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian Church and charity working in 127 countries, demonstrating Christian principles through practical support and by offering unconditional friendship to people of all ages, backgrounds and needs.
The End Polio Now Campaign is Rotary’s flagship international project. The aim is to rid the world of the wild polio virus which has devastated so many lives in the past. Over the last 25 years the number of cases world-wide has been reduced from 10s of thousands to almost single figures.
The Dyslexia Day Centre was set up in 1987 to offer specialist tuition, assessments, support and advice to islanders who are affected by dyslexia. We work with schoolchildren from the age of 7 who are referred to us through the States Education Department from the island's primary schools. Whilst we do continue to offer support throughout secondary education, our main focus is on the primary years.
Headway Guernsey is a local charity supporting islanders and their families who are living with the long-term effects of a brain injury. We provide a range of services that bring people together in a supportive environment helping them on their road to recovery to a life back into the community.
Home-Start is a locally based charity that provides proactive home visiting in which trained parent volunteers, supported by paid staff, work with parents who have at least one child under the age of seven.