Project 21 receives no Government funding. Centre 21 has been built and equipment bought through fundraising, we are constantly looking at ways to improve the facilities and replace equipment. Funds are needed for the general upkeep of the premises, it costs over £20,000 a year to maintain the Centre. Project 21 receive donations from other organisations for the use of Centre 21.
Project 21 is an Isle of Man based charity that urgently needs your help.
"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others can not keep it from themselves"
The charity took on the project of raising the finance to build an invaluable facility for Isle of Man residents with severe learning difficulties. The charity successfully rose to the challenge and raised nearly 2 million pounds to pay for the construction.
Thanks to the hard work and generosity of the Centre's supporters, they succeeded in their goal and the centre is now up and running and provided enormous benefit and pleasure to the people with severe learning difficulties across the Isle of Man that use this facility.
Challenge to raise £300,000
The Project 21 charity now is faced with the challenge of raising £300,000 to repay a bank loan which is guaranteed against the property. They urgently need help in reducing this debt.
You can help the charity either as an individual or as part of a larger organisation either through direct regular donations or by supporting the calendar of fund raising events that are planned throughout the year on the Isle of Man. Further details and events listings are available on the Project 21 (hyperlink) website. Or call Elan on 01624 676033 for a chat about how you can become involved with the Project 21 charity.
Please mention that you found Project 21 featured under Charities on The Best of the Isle of Man,
Project 21 is a charity incorporated in the Isle of Man