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The benefits of volunteering are enormous to you, your family, and your community. The right match can help you to reduce stress, find friends, reach out to the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.
Support for Disabled People
for Financial Year 2015-16
‘No man is an island' this is especially true on St Helena. Support your local community centre! Don't weather out the storm on your own, connect, share, have fun. This will benefit you and your community.
Sports, especially team sports are good for learning accountability, dedication, and leadership, among many other traits. Sports offer many health benefits, it can cut down on pressure and stress, and help combat diabetes and high pressure. Regular physical activity helps keep your key mental skills sharp as you age.
Community Centres received £31,109.92 for Financial Year 2016-17
There is still so much more that can and needs to be done to support those less able on St Helena. Be the change you wish to see. Join Disabled Aid Society, volunteer at SHAPE or donate money.
Arts on St Helena received £3,069 for Financial Year 2016-17
IN CONJUNCTION WITH CREATIVE ST HELENA THE NATIONAL TRUST WERE ABLE TO GET THIS VIDEO PRODUCED FOR THEM BY THE ISLAND'S FIRST ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE ON ST HELENA.
Sports received £28,498
to St Helena's Community Development Organisation's website. We are passionate about supporting civil society organisations on the island of St Helena; financially and through training, advocacy and by shining a light on all the hard work civil society groups do.
Sports received £17,009.56
for Financial Year 2016-17
Community Grant Scheme Awards
Conservation on St Helena received £5,409 for Financial Year 2016-17
We hope to continue supporting CSOs who are interested in promoting and conserving the unique fragile environment and eco-systems found on St Helena as well as the many historic buildings and fortifications that can be discovered here.
To learn more about the Island of St Helena follow this link.