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Lottery Donates £233,000 to Children's Causes

Four children's charities in Jersey and Guernsey have received a total of £232,631 from the Channel Islands Lottery.

The St Brelade’s Youth Project’s Skate Park Project in Jersey was awarded £40,000, and Brightly, a charity that provides grants to children and young people supported by the Children’s Service in Jersey, received £30,000. The Trauma Recovery Centre in Guernsey, which offers individual therapy sessions to children and young people, was granted £137,971, while Amherst Primary School PTA received £24,660 for playground repairs.

Lottery head Jon Taylor expressed his delight, stating, "We are thrilled to see the significant positive impact of CI Lottery funding for local children's charities and voluntary groups."

"We are honoured to provide them with lottery funding through the distribution providers, supporting their excellent work," said Mr. Taylor.

Other Channel Islands charitable causes benefiting from lottery funding include Every Child our Future, Art in the Frame Foundation, St Clement’s School, and Touch Trust Therapy at Mont a L’Abbe School.


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