Find the best Charities in Guernsey as recommended by local Guernsey people in thebestof Guernsey's Charities directory.
NAS Guernsey Branch - your autism charity. Championing the rights and interests of all people with autism in the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
Karen G said
It is good to have a Guernsey Branch of NAS who help and advise parents. They also arrange a lot of outings and activities to get parents and families together to share and learn from each other. I have found them to be all very friendly and approachable members. Highly recomend any parents of Autism children to join this group.
Every parent needs a bit of help sometimes and Home-Start in Guernsey is a charity that offers confidential support, friendship and advice during those early years when children are young.
Pat C said
Home-Start is a great charity to have in Guernsey. The wonderful volunteers visit families in their own homes to offer support, friendship and practical assistance. I wish it had been around when I had my new born twins to cope with.
Hope for a Child is a UK based charity, with offices in Guernsey and Africa - supporting children, families and communities devastated by HIV and AIDS in Africa.
Lee H said
I was asked to take part in a Charity Challenge expedition within the Jungle of north west Thailand to raise money for Hope for a Child. After finding out exactly what they do I was more than happy to start raising money for this cause, and to experience the harsh but stunning Jungle life for 6 days. I was impressed with what Hope for a Child do and how they do it. Instead of just throwing money at people or purchasing items and then walking away, they actually help them create businesses so that they can support themselves and their children, providing a much more sustainable future in my opinion. The money we raised alone has changed the lives of 6000 children in Uganda, which has motivated myself to book on to another challenge later in the year for this cause.