Local Charity Partners
We are a proud and compassionate Island nation, by working together with our charity partners we can make sure that people in need are signposted to the appropriate services, support and guidance that they need.
Crossroads is an Isle of Man based charity that provides support to carers and people with care needs no matter their disability, age or illness. Established in 1988, they have been providing services to local carers for over 30 years.
Their services are about improving the lives of carers by giving them time to themselves and having a break from caring. Their support workers take over the care responsibilities to create immediate and sustained respite giving carers time to be themselves away from their caring role.
The Manx Deaf Society aims to support Deaf, deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people on the Isle of Man.
The charity was founded in the 1920s.
Check out their Facebook page for the latest events and work they do.
Victim Support is an Independent, Isle of Man charity, which offers free and confidential help to victims and witnesses of crime, their family and friends. We provide support for people affected by Crime, Death by Road Traffic Collisions, Unusual Death or Domestic Abuse.
You don’t have to have reported a crime to receive our support and there’s no charge for our services. No matter when the crime happened, we’re here to help you by providing information, practical advice and emotional support.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. Learn about the symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and factors that can put someone at risk of developing it. We also look at treatments and support currently available for the condition.
Alzhheimer’s Society Isle of Man provide services, events, dementia awareness and information.
Isle Listen is an initiative to highlight to young people that taking care of mental health is just as important as physical health, as well as providing a variety of support and training to both families and professionals in schools.
We aim to equip children and young people with the self-management skills needed to navigate the psychological and emotional challenges of 21st century life.
We are aiming for a collaborative approach between both third sector and statutory services, to diversify and widen the approach to the planning and delivery of psychology services on the Isle of Man.
Until then, no one had any idea of the scale of the problem facing the Isle of Man. Within a few weeks two people had collected hundreds of bags of rubbish, some of the materials dating back as far as 30 years.
It was then clear that the Isle of Man had a massive problem with rubbish on its beautiful beaches. A decision was made – ‘It’s not enough to just stand and stare.
Whatever you’re facing, a Samaritan will face it with you
Every six seconds, Samaritans answer a call for help.
We’re here, day or night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure. Samaritans is not only for the moment of crisis, we’re taking action to prevent the crisis.
We give people ways to cope and the skills to be there for others. And we encourage, promote and celebrate those moments of connection between people that can save lives.
We offer listening and support to people and communities in times of need.