Applications open 1st - 30th Nov 2023 for the 2024 Saffery Rotary Walk

The whole ethos of the Saffery Rotary Walk is to raise and distribute money to local charities and non profit organisations who do so much for so many in our own community in a myriad of ways. 

The window for Bailiwick registered charities and non profit organisations to submit applications for funds from the 2024 Walk is 1st – 30th November 2023. 

You can complete and submit the application form online by clicking here. Hard copies can also be downloaded for completion, or collected from Saffery Trust’s office at La Tonnelle House, Les Banques, St Sampsons, and posted in. Online submission or emailed copies of the completed application are preferred.

Applications need to be for a specific and clearly identifiable item or project with a measurable defined outcome in line with the objectives of the charity or NPO. For example: funding for a campaign, new equipment, or facility improvements. Please remember general administration costs or other overheads will not be considered.

If you have any questions relating to your application please email

The charities that benefited from the generous support of the walkers and their sponsors in the 2023 Saffery Rotary Walk were:

Art for Guernsey LBG

Refurbishment of frames and additional ones for The Renoir Walk to coincide with international Renoir exhibition to be hosted in Guernsey in Autumn 2023.

Bailiwick of Guernsey Scout Association

Floodlights for water training reservoir.

Bailiwick of Guernsey Victim Support & Witness Service LBG

Update and enhance the witness suite.

Every Child Our Future LBG

Complete refresh of the therapeutic equipment in the children's play room.

Girlguiding Guernsey

Materials for the rebranding of Girlguiding in 2023.


Temporary aviary.

Guernsey Alcohol Advisory Service LBG

Repairs to an internal ceiling from water damage.

Guernsey Bereavement Service LBG

Wellbeing classes and equipment for those suffering bereavement.

Guernsey Cardiac Action Group

Manikins and training defibrillators.

Guernsey Community Savings LBG

Financial education for 300 Year 9 students with both face to face and online input.

Guernsey Disability Alliance LBG

Establishing the new way forward for social media support for raising awareness and changing attitudes around their members with disability and ensuring their voices are heard.

Guernsey RAF Air Cadets

3 nights in Lihou for their leadership and adventure training in February 2024

Headway Guernsey LBG

Equipment for the delivery of the Brain Tree Training programme for young stroke survivors

Les Bourgs Hospice

New booklet about the hospice

Mill Street Community Café LBG

Flooring for the redeveloped kitchen on the ground floor

Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation

Infant hip Examination Trainer doll and Newborn Anne manikin

Relate Guernsey

Branded materials for raising awareness

Ron Short Centre LBG

Specialised seatbelts for wheelchairs in vehicles

Rosaire Community Association

Specialised gentle exercise classes

Shiloh Church

Restructure the storage facility and provide additional food to support their foodbank service expansion

St John Guernsey LBG

Specialised stretcher as part of the refit of Flying Christine III

The National Trust of Guernsey

Audio visual equipment for the refurbishment of the exhibition area at The Folk and Costume Museum

The Orca Charitable LBG

Website development

Wellbeing Animals Guernsey

Branded clothing for volunteers and dogs

Wigwam Support Group

Specialised safety glass for the secure play area in the new autism and learning disability adapted play area