Established to enable local children from all walks of life to experience and enjoy the fun and challenges involved with saling, and to make the sport accessible for all. Invictus specially adapted sailing boat.

Local society formed to help cancer sufferers and their relatives financially and otherwise, with home nursing and help, telephone, heating, etc, in Guernsey. Assistance is also given towards travel and accommodation expenses in the UK.

Committed to helping people with physical and sensory disabilities of all ages in the Bailiwick in a variety of ways, including direct, social financial and welfare asssitance. Also runs a sheltered workshop at the Ron Short Centre, producing a range of goods for sale to the public.

The Guernsey Specials Gym Club is a club for special needs children, run by British Gymnastics qualified coaches. The Club has been set up to provide an after-school activity for the children and offer them the enjoyment of gymnastics.

A group of physically or mentally handicapped, as well as able-bodied members, formed to provide facilities, help and encouragement for the disabled to benefit from the enjoyment of sports of all kinds.

A charitable organisation set up to promote physical activity and sport in Guernsey. The GSC offer a number of programmes which are run throughout the year which offer people of all ages the opportunity to participate in different activities.

Physiotherapy – all physiotherapists are registered members of the Health Professions Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Sports injuries, musculo skeletal injuries, back, pelvic and neck pain, rehabilitation following surgery, stroke, multiple sclerosis, pulmonary rehabilitation, respiratory problems, women’s health/continence

Careers advice, coaching, exams centre, in-house training, training needs analysis.

Day centres, social groups, meals on wheels, trolley shops.

Charity who work with a variety of people who find themselves in financial need including single-parent families, pensioners people with disabilities or long-term medical conditions and those on low incomces who may find themselves with unexpected medical or household bills that put them in financial difficulty. Practical help via foodbank and vouchers for essential commodities. Provide pre-school services for children referred by Social Services’ health visitors.