The St Ives Shanty Shout Logo – The St Ives Shanty Shout Galleon by Donald Macleod


Friday 20th

Saturday 21st

November

2020



Charities


Sponsors

Children’s Hospice Southwest Logo – charity supported by this year’s St Ives Shanty Shout.

Penhaligon’s Friends

For 2019, we have chose the Cornish charity Penhaligon’s Friends who support bereaved children, young people, parents and carers throughout the county. We raised £2353.01


Louise, from the host group Bamaluz Booteggers, says "after the death of my sister, to whom my children were extremely close, the charity was so helpful and caring that it really helped them to cope. They understand how to support young, bereaved children at a time when those closest to them are struggling to cope themselves. It is a very worthwhile, local charity we are proud to get behind."


Children’s Hospice Southwest Logo – charity supported by this year’s St Ives Shanty Shout.

Cornwall Air Ambulance

For 2018, we shook our buckets in aid of Cornwall Air Ambulance (charity number 1133295) for their New Heli Appeal raising £1627.78


Cornwall Air Ambulance flies more than 800 lifesaving missions each year throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Their New Heli Appeal aims to bring a next generation air ambulance helicopter by 1 April 2020.


Children’s Hospice Southwest Logo – charity supported by this year’s St Ives Shanty Shout.

Children's Hospice South West

Children's Hospice South West was our Charity for our 1st Shanty Shout in 2016 and was also our joint charity for our 2nd Shanty Shout in 2017.

Making the most of short and precious lives...

Children’s Hospice South West provides care for children who have life-limiting conditions and are not expected to live into adulthood, whilst also supporting their whole family.


Website


The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Logo – charity supported by this year’s St Ives Shanty Shout.

About The RNLI

The RNLI (St Ives) was our joint charity for our 2nd Shanty Shout in 2017.


The charity that saves lives at sea, established in 1824

  • 237 lifeboat stations
  • 225 lifeguarded beaches
  • 19,000 miles of coastline covered by our lifeboats
  • 95% of RNLI people are volunteers


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