We love our island and support causes local and abroad
Channel Island Ceramics has supported a number of local and international charities over the past 40 years. It has raised funds for the Project Rhino Charitable Trust, which provides vital medical support and clean water via a number of local initatives, spearheaded by Spencer Gelsthorpe.
The charity profits from the sales of distinctive Shona metal and stone sculptures that have pride of place in our Forest Road showroom. Channel Island Ceramics takes no profit from these sales.
Channel Island Ceramics also act as a key collection point for used stamps, to raise money for Action Aid on a designated project nominated by the company.
We are also a generous contributor to a number of local projects and donate prizes to many charitable raffles.
Shona metal sculpture, Project Rhino support
Collecting used stamps for Action Aid
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