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We believe that the first seven years of life play a huge role in determining a child's direction and given that the children now will be the leaders of the future, the importance of getting this right is vital.
We support our community directly by making donations through our unique pricing structure, and indirectly by what we call "circular community funding."
As a purpose before profit organisation dedicated to its vision of improving societal equanimity, we will never turn away an opportunity to educate, especially if you can't afford it.
Circular community funding
Corporate Social Responsibility has begun to re-engage business with its community, however it has now become as much a marketing opportunity as it is a community venture.
Our concept of circular community funding tries to ensure that money from us begins a circle of sustainability and growth. For example, we have created a community Guernsey rowing team. We provide funding to the team, they enjoy the season, and as part of the exchange, they volunteer in our community with the charities we support.
Last year, we made no profit at all and at the same time donated over £6,000 to local children's charities through our beta-testing policy.
And, even more money was raised by our Guernsey rowing team, Oars4ACause, as part of our circular model.
Making the circle
Our Guernsey team of rowers, Oars4ACause, have been a wonderful example of how community can work together with business and add real value.
In 2022, we are continuing our sponsorship and have teamed up with the incredible JLR Priveé to co-sponsor the team and extend our community work.
We are supporting and volunteering our time and skills with two important charities this year.
The Bright Beginnings Children's Centre
Bright Beginnings Children’s Centre offers a combination of free and paid for services as part of the local Guernsey charity, Every Child Our Future. It was founded in 2016 and is the only children’s centre in Guernsey.
Guernsey Welfare Service (specifically their food bank)
We work with a variety of people who find themselves in financial need. This includes single-parent families, pensioners, people with disabilities or long-term medical conditions and families on low incomes who may find themselves with unexpected medical or household bills that put them in financial difficulty.
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