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Charities Supported

We have chosen to support the following Cornish charities as we strongly believe in giving back to the local community by providing financial assistance to conservation, mental health and homeless initiatives.

Cornish Seal Sanctuary

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary mission is to rescue and provide expert care for sick, injured, or distressed seals and other marine animals in need of help who are found around our shores. To release them back into their natural environment once they are back to full health. To provide a permanent home and ongoing care for seals and other marine animals who cannot be released back to the wild. We educate and inspire generations to protect our seas and amazing marine life, now and for the future.

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Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Cornwall Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. With the invaluable support of their volunteers, members and corporate supporters they manage over 50 nature reserves, including an island for wildlife and people in Cornwall.

They also work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people to care for wildlife where they live.

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Invictus Trust Cornwall

The Invictus Trust is a small charity in Cornwall, run by the Cowburn family.

Their aim is raise awareness of adolescent mental health in Cornwall, to provide signposting to help for those struggling, and to lobby for better mental health services and facilities for young people in Cornwall.

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St Petrocs

Homeless Charity

St Petrocs was established in 1986 as a direct response to people sleeping rough in Truro.

35 years later they are still supporting people experiencing homelessness, however they have widened their influence and are working towards the more substantial change that is necessary.

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South West

Coast Path Association

For almost half a century they have been championing the South West Coast Path to make it one of the world’s greatest trails.

Since its designation as a National Trail in 1973, they have been working to establish, improve and protect the 630 mile route to make your experience on the Path the best it can be.

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St Ives Community

Land Trust (foodbank)

The Foodbank is a churches together project collecting and producing food for those in need within the St Ives area.

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St Johns Association

St Ives

As the nation’s leading first aid charity, St Johns Association St Ives want to teach everyone simple, life saving skills.

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Surfers Against Sewage

Surfers Against Sewage are a community dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves, beaches and wildlife.

They fight long and hard to protect what we love and won’t stop until it’s completely clean, safe and protected for everyone, forever.

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