The Association of Jersey Charities is the representative body of the majority of charitable organisations operating in Jersey.

Presently the Association has 310 member charities and these range from branches of national charities to small local charities, clubs, societies and support groups.

There is currently no Charities Law in Jersey and consequently no central register or regulation of local charities.

The Association of Jersey Charities exists to provide guidance to and be a source of funding for its members. Jersey charities are welcome to apply to be members, but to establish as a local charity is not dependent upon Association membership.

The Association receives the Jersey share of the Channel Islands' Lottery profits from the Economic Development Ministry to distribute to our members according to need. This funding is therefore dependant on the success of the Lottery.

We would urge our members to support the Channel Islands' Lottery so that the the Economic Development Ministry and the Association can continue to support your vital work.

You will also be able to find out more about volunteering opportunities, how to donate to your favourite charity, visit our events diary page which lists charity events on the island and much much more!


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Jersey Hospice Care - Million Pound Lottery Draw

02 September 2016 17:30

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The Royal Yacht Hotel

Jersey Hospice Care Million Pound Lottery live draw 2 September at The Royal Yacht Hotel from 17.30 Join in the excitement of the live draw to see who wins the jackpot of 1 million! There are ni ...

Jersey MS Therapy Centre - Quiz Night

02 September 2016 19:00

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Mayfair Hotel

Quiz Night at the Mayfair for the 2nd of September at 7pm. If you would like to put in a team please contact Tori on

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Bloodwise Jersey Branch - Flag Day

03 September 2016 00:00

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3rd September 2016 – Flag Day: Volunteers to help with the collections would be most welcome. Please contact Joanne Chapman if you can help out.