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How you can help

Fundraise for Headway Guernsey:

Fundraising for a charity is a great way to have fun and raise funds for an excellent local cause.

Ways that people have helped Headway Guernsey through fundraising events;

  • Pub darts nights
  • Pub quizzes
  • Cycle tours
  • Mountain climbs
  • Balls
  • Musical events
  • Bingo nights
  • Speed dating
  • marathons

If you would like more information or help on how to organise such events call Philippa on 01481 252589 or email on [email protected]

Corporate support:

How your company can get involved

Depending on your company and motivations, we offer a variety of ways for you and your company to get involved:

  • Charity of the Year
  • Sponsoring Headway
  • Mufti days

How employees can get involved

Staff fundraising for Headway is a fantastic way to facilitate both interdepartmental teamwork and intradepartmental communication, enabling a company to benefit from newly established relationships across its organisation. Charity involvement also helps develop an employees leadership skills, confidence, communication and creativity:

  • Staff Fundraising
  • Taking part in Headway Events
  • Volunteering

If you would like some more information about any of the suggestions above, then please contact Philippa on 01481 252589.

Volunteering

Volunteering with Headway Guernsey is both rewarding and fun and there are various ways you could really help us.

For fundraising:

  • Joining our fundraising team
  • Flag Day helpers
  • Co-ordinate eventshelp
  • Admin

For further information call Philippa on 01481 252589 or email on [email protected]

Helping with the members:

  • Headway House volunteer
  • Family Group
  • Member socials

If you’re a good listener,have excellent inter-personal skills and have a little time to spare you could help make a big difference to people with brain injuries on their road to recovery.

If you feel you are able to make this difference, contact Orla on 01481 252589 or email [email protected]  for further on available roles.

All volunteers receive training on the aims of the charity and the issues surrounding brain injury.