Skipton International is urging more local charities and community projects to step forward and apply for a grant from the Skipton Community Fund.
The pan-Island Fund was launched in 2018 and has provided grants to support many not-for-profit projects.
Aaron Walden, Commercial Manager, Skipton International said: “The purpose of the Fund is to support those smaller projects who may not get as much media attention, but who would bring a benefit to the wider community.
“In Guernsey, we have had a real variety of applicants and have supported projects from housing the Christmas nativity scene to sponsoring the costumes for a production of the Wizard of Oz! Community really is at the heart of Skipton’s business, so we are looking for any project that will bring life, colour and joy to our islands.”
Details on how to apply for a donation as well as the terms and conditions can be found at skiptoninternational.com/community-fund
Pictured top: One project that has benefited from the Skipton Community Fund is Jersey Youth Trust, who applied for a grant for its Youth Enquiry Service (YES Project).
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