The Island Walk

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In 2017 we raised a record-breaking amount for local Guernsey causes.

This is a joint Rotary initiative with the Rotary Club of Guernsey.

Charities supported:

Bright Beginnings Children’s Centre – providing book bags for the Great Expectations reunion groups
Citizens Advice Guernsey – to repair and decorate the exterior and interior of the front of the Citizens Advice Charity Shop
Friends of DofE – to train 10 adult leader volunteers to assist the federated schools with their off island expeditions
Guernsey Animal Aid – to refurbish the building adjacent to the main cattery and expand its capacity to 26
Guernsey Army Cadet Force (RGLI) – to purchase 10 SUP boards and 20 wetsuits
Guernsey Bereavement Service LBG – to cover the initial costs of setting up a project for traumatic death support by providing workshops, conferences and bringing trainers and speakers to the island
Guernsey Mencap LBG – providing a package of sensory equipment including lights, textures and noises
Guernsey Mind – to fund a launch event for the 1000 Minds programme
Guernsey Mobility Let’s Go Group (GMLG) – to purchase specialist sports equipment
Guernsey Multiple Sclerosis Society – to purchase two gantry hoists
Guernsey PND Support Group – to train six new volunteers to help with increased approaches made to the charity
Guernsey Scout Association – to take a group on a nine day summer camp in the New Forest
Guernsey Specials Gym Group – to train two volunteers to British Gymnastics Level 1 status
GSPCA – to purchase a new electric van
Lungevity – to purchase two new smaller lightweight oxygen concentrators
Men’s Shed Guernsey – to renovate two large packing sheds with Makerspace Guernsey
Ormer FC – to purchase portable, rechargeable LED floodlights
Schools Library Service – to fund regular visits from the Patron of Reading author for Bailiwick primary schools
Sound Guernsey – to purchase PA equipment
St James LBG – to help fund a timeline exhibition showing the history of St James from 1815 to present day

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