Charity skydive

March 02, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

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After careful consideration and lots of thought (obviously not) iv decided to jump out of a plane for charity, all arrangements have been made so theres no turning back now.

The Charity I'm supporting is Maison Saint Pierre (Shelter and Support for homeless women and their children) 

The target is set at £500 and jump date will be between the 24-26th of august 2013.

Not only will you be giving a donation to a great charity but you can also be in with a chance of getting something back from us to say thank you.

Anyone wanting to make donation can do so from the website by clicking on the Just Giving link at the top of the page.

If you donate £10 you will be in with a chance of WINNING this gorgeous Landscape image on one of our fantastic Canvas Gallery Wraps worth over £140.

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Anyone wanting to make donation can do so from the website by clicking on the Just Giving link at the top of the page.

If you would like to make the donation via a different method please contact me on 07911725554 or drop me a e-mail john@johnrossphotography.co.uk you can also find us on Facebook to keep up to date on our donations just give us the thumbs up and remember you are already helping us just by sharing page.

Id like to thank you all in advance as i know the target can be hit, Guernsey has some of the best donators in the world and i know we can do it even in the hardest of times.

Maison Saint Pierre

Description aims and objectives

 

Maison Saint Pierre is a local housing charity, founded in 1991 in order to provide accommodation to homeless women and their children. The charity has ten rooms available, each with its own en-suite bathroom. There are shared cooking facilities, a dining area, playroom and lounge, plus a large garden.

The house is nearly always full; there is often a demand for available rooms and sometimes there is a waiting list.

Residents are often referred to Maison Saint Pierre by other agencies. Accommodation is needed for a variety of reasons, however around one quarter of the residents are there as a result of domestic abuse. Most women stay for between six to twelve months, often moving on into social housing.

The main aims are:

 

  • To provide safe and comfortable short to medium-term accommodation for homeless women and their children.
  • To offer support and advice to enable residents to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. This includes, parenting skills, home management and budgeting.

 

Organisation and Management

There is a Manager and additional support staff, providing twenty-four hour cover. The charity has a Management Committee and a Board of Trustees.

 

Finance

Donations and fund-raising activities, plus a modest rental income from residents.

 


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