Insurance Corporation

In the Community

As a truly local insurance company, we believe it is important to put something back into the community.  Through our Community Support Programme (a mix of education, arts, sport, the environment and charitable causes) we are widely supportive and integrated into the Channel Islands community, being involved in causes that are important to our people, our brokers and our customers.

Rocquaine Regatta

With one of the best turn outs for a few years, this event is an important part of Guernsey community life, and Insurance Corporation was again proud to sponsor a hugely successful Regatta this year.

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Jersey Conservation Awards 2012

The Jersey Bat Group scooped the top prize of £2.000 for Best Jersey Environmental Project, at this year’s Insurance Corporation Conservation Awards. The Awards were held at Societe Jersiaise on 8 August with Les Landes School taking the prize for the Best School Environmental Project.

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Guernsey Winners Announced

Little Trees Project wins top prize

A tree-planting project in local schools has won the coveted Insurance Corporation Conservation Award for 2012. Organised by the Guernsey Society of the Men of the Trees, the Little Trees Project focused on tree planting and habitat creation to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Now the team behind the project have been presented with a cheque for £2,000 to help fund their endeavours.

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Catel De Lecq – 4 Years On

Since 2008, Insurance Corporation has supported the Catel de Lecq (on Jersey’s north coast) project in Jersey. A project co-ordinated by States of Jersey Department of the Environment (on Jersey’s north coast) and funded through a partnership initiative with the Insurance Corporation of the Channel Islands.

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Winners – ADHD And Sleep Apnoea

The 2011 Insurance Corporation Healthcare Bursary has, this year, awarded two prizes to two very different projects.

Selected from a shortlist of five, the first prize of £2,000 went to clinical nurse practitioners, Joe Hind and Paul Fisher, for their plans to create an interactive board game for people with ADHD.

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