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Announcing our ongoing community support for 2024

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Announcing our ongoing community support for 2024

We love to champion local causes and our small team are incredibly proud to support several initiatives that are close to our heart. Whether we are shaking buckets, exercising our artistic skills, or looking after life-saving equipment, our community projects say a lot about us and our approach to helping others. Here is a quick run down of our plans for 2024.

Autism Guernsey

If you see our CIA cars on the roads, you’ll notice that they proudly bear the logo of Autism Guernsey, which has been our nominated charity since 2020. We support the charity with monthly contributions, as well as ad hoc purchases and donations at key times of the year. In 2021 we even tried our hand at painting, decorating a goat named ‘Greta’ for the Golden Guernsey Goat Parade, a fundraising initiative instigated by Autism Guernsey. Greta sold for more than £3,500 and the whole event raised more than £65,000 for this amazing local charity.

Cardiac Action Group

In 2022, Guernsey’s Cardiac Action group invited Channel Islands Adjusters to purchase the replacement defibrillator located at Footes Lane – a key location on the account of the plethora of sporting events and activities that take place there throughout the year. This initial purchase led to both Ellie and Julie-anne becoming Guardians of the defibrillator and they now visit the site to check the machine every two weeks to ensure it is serviceable and in working order.

Off the back of this work, CIA have committed to a three-year corporate sponsorship programme, ensuring the Cardiac Action Group can continue its vital work in raising awareness of heart disease prevention, and deliver its training programme in operating Public Access Defibrillators.

Channel Islands Air Search

As island communities, Channel Islands Air Search is a vital, rapid response service solely run by volunteers which costs £300,000 per year to run. Our Operations Manager Tracy has been the Secretary of this wonderful charity since 2019 and their monthly meetings are held at our office. We also offer support for the annual CIAS raffle.

Rewild Carbon

The Channel Islands Adjusters team are passionate about sustainability, and we do all we can to reduce our business’s carbon footprint. We work with Futuretracker to measure our carbon footprint and then offset this via the Rewild Carbon initiative run by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust – an international charity headquartered at Jersey Zoo, which works to save species from extinction.

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