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Community Partnerships

Appleby is passionate about supporting community initiatives. We are actively committed to each of the communities in which our offices are based through a range of projects and sponsorships.

Our clients and our colleagues expect corporate responsibility to be at the core of our business. That is our aim.

Michael O'Connell
Group Managing Partner

For Appleby, corporate social responsibility is more than a channel for promoting our brand. It’s about engaging our colleagues and building strong relationships with local community groups to contribute to and support the communities in which we operate.

A global approach

In each of our locations, we have taken time to identify community partners with whom we can make a positive, enduring impact and develop long-term relationships. We have worked with local organisations to select a range of projects providing support in education, sports development, the environment, the arts and for disadvantaged groups.

 

Our projects aim to:

  • Encourage community spirit and inclusivity across all age groups and sectors of the community;
  • Embody the values and spirit of fairness, equality, open communication, teamwork and good sportsmanship;
  • Encourage the development of skills and talent; and
  • Provide opportunities for our staff to be actively involved in the projects we support.

You can find out more about our approach in the local communities where we operate below.

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Les Bourgs Hospice >

Sponsoring the annual 30 Runs in 30 Days fundraising event.

Purple4Polio >

Helping to raise awareness and funds to eliminate polio.

Set Sail Trust >

Supporting the development within Guernsey of marine activities with respect to schools and clubs.

Floral Guernsey >

Supporting local initiatives to help enhance community resources.

Guernsey Golf Union >

Organising a series of events to encourage more children to take up golf.

Beresford Street Kitchen >

Apprentice Programme, providing support and training in a work-based environment for people with learning disabilities and autism. The apprentice’s learn the basics of catering, hospitality and retail as well as important skills for work.

Durrell – Mission Possible >

Durrell Challenge invites all children under the age of 10 years to complete an important mission for Durrell! Young spy agents will need to complete the spy challenge and seek out the animals that need saving situated around Jersey Zoo.

The Big Bake Jersey

This is the ‘ultimate afternoon tea’ cooking competition which has been launched by Freedom Media and aims at raising funds for Jersey Cheshire Home.

The Weekender >

A family friendly festival in Jersey, fusing music, food and entertainment to almost 6000 attendees. The Islands Stage is designed to provide an opportunity for up-and-coming local talent to experience performing to a festival audience. The sponsorship is one of grass roots music development in Jersey.

TEDx Bermuda >

TEDx Bermuda In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.

Deputy Governor’s 5K run/walk >

Appleby has been the exclusive platinum sponsor of this event which brings together thousands of residents from across the island.

Annual Charity Day >

For the past six years, non-profits in the areas of child & family welfare, animal welfare and education have received funding through the Appleby Charity Day, held in March each year.

Cedar Cup Football Tournament

Team Appleby participates in this challenge each year in the British Virgin Islands.

Appleby Academy >

The Appleby Academy is an exciting programme ran by Appleby in partnership with Junior Achievement. Over the course of the 12 week programme, and with the help from an Appleby mentor, students present their ideas on how they would meet a particular business challenge for the chance to win a paid, summer placement with Appleby.

Manx Youth Sailing Squad >

Appleby Isle of Man are proud sponsors of the Manx Youth Sailing Squad. The sponsorship allows the squad to continue providing top-level coaching to young sailors and prepare them for national and international events.

Triskelion Polo Club >

Looking to grow and develop what is a relatively new sport on the island, the Triskelion Polo Club partnership is the latest initiative Appleby is backing as part of its ongoing commitment to support the island through its pillars of sport, education and youth.

Appleby Charitable Foundation >

The Appleby Charitable Foundation is a charity in Appleby's Isle of Man office funded by the Isle of Man partners which, in addition to dealing with external requests for funding, is used to support our staff in raising funds for their chosen charities.

Isle of Man Bursary Scheme >

Launched in April 2018, the Appleby Bursary Scheme is the island’s first and only scheme, which supports students interested in pursuing a career in law.

Guernsey Literary Festival >

Sponsors and supporters of one of the island’s great arts events.

BVI Cancer Society >

Works to prevent the development of cancer, and to counsel and support cancer patients and their families.

The Humane Society of Tortola >

Caring for, and sheltering unwanted companion animals until loving homes can be found.

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts >

Artists from a range of disciplines come from around the globe to perform and appeal to a wide and diverse audience.

Bermuda Football Association >

Improving sportsmanship and instilling values in players from a young age, on and off the field.

Bermuda Half Marathon >

Celebrating the island’s unique heritage with more than 1,000 runners participating each year.

Give Back Games – The Centre on Philanthropy >

An annual competition, featuring corporate teams raising money for a charity of choice.

STAR >

Offers support throughout the island to persons living with HIV by way of confidential counselling and personal caregivers.

The Reading Clinic >

A not-for profit, registered charity, founded to help students who have specific language-based learning difference (dyslexia).

Youthnet >

Supporting the empowerment of students to make positive life choices through school-based mentoring.