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Applications for the 2017 Eco Fund are now closed. 

The Eco Fund was launched in 2008 when we led the way in recycling by levying a 5p charge on one-trip carrier bags in an attempt to reduce the number used. In the first year alone, bag consumption was cut by an astonishing 90%.

The funds raised each year from bag sales are distributed to worthy local projects that protect and regenerate our local environment.

Since 2008, we have paid out over £280,000 to help with environmental causes in the islands.

The 2017 Eco Fund

The 2017 Eco Fund was able to support the following local recipients who received donations accodingly: 

Organisation / project Donation Island
St Peter's School £800 Jersey
The National Trust for Jersey £1,000 Jersey
Reusable nappy demo kits £390.16 Jersey
Squirrel bridge £350 Jersey
Oakward Patients Amenity Fund £1,000 Jersey
Birds on the Edge £2,000 Jersey
Guernsey Beekeeping Association £1,600 Guernsey
St Mary & St Michael Catholic Primary School £433 Guernsey
Alderney Wildlife Trust £1,128 Alderney
Guernsey Blind Association £1,600 Guernsey
La Hougette School £1,000 Guernsey
3rd Guernsey Scout Group £1,500 Guernsey
Acorn Reuse Centre £1,500 Jersey
Guernsey Pollinator Project  £1,000 Guernsey
iBats - Bat Conservation Society £1,500 Jersey

How we've helped previous projects

You can find out more about the projects that we've helped - including Guernsey's GSPCA and a dolphin observation project in Jersey - by watching the videos below.