The Guernsey Bereavement Service is a free, voluntary, confidential service available for everyone. Our volunteers are drawn from varied backgrounds. They undergo training to maintain the highest possible standards. All volunteers receive regular independent supervision and abide by the code of Ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Support sessions are available by appointment.

The Guernsey Blind Association is a charity to assist with the care and welfare of those with a visual impairment living within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, helping to maintain independent living skills at home and in the workplace.

The group offers support to people from any of the Islands in the Bailiwick, and to anyone affected by cancer whether as a patient, carer or family member.

Aims to raise awareness of heart disease, promote cardiac patient care, facilitate the development of new cardiac services, and support existing services across Guernsey.

Charity providing individual care and support for adults living with severe physical disabilities. Also provide support in the form of respite services to people living in the community who have a physical disabiity, allowing their carers to have a break. Also offer day visitor facilities.

Help and support for people with coeliac disease.

Offers a wide range of courses including: voclational qualifications, full-time and part-time courses, apprenticeships, adult and community education.

See also Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts

Offers help and support to hearing impaired children and their families, both socially and educationally. Organise regular events such as annual bonfire party, days at the beach, canoe fun days, trips off island, children’s parties, etc.

The Guernsey Disability Alliance was formed in 2008 and is a collective voice for individual disabled islanders, their family members and more than 30 local disability charities. Our mission is equality of opportunity for disabled islanders and carers in Guernsey. We want to change how Guernsey thinks about disability.

A Guernsey company limited by guarantee set up to provide facilities to enable people with a range of disabilities to swim under a protective, secure environment in which coaching and close supervision is offered.