Seacoast Well-being Fund

Over the years we’ve donated everything from cash, free tickets, equipment and loan of our boats and plant to various charities and good causes, in 2019 we took it one step further and all the profit from our sales of merchandise onboard the boats is placed in the ‘Seacoast Well-being Fund’. On occasion we are asked to take families out to scatter ashes of their loved ones. We have never taken payment for this service, asking families instead to make a charitable donation, however from 2019 we will be charging the normal rate for this and adding it to the fund. Starting in 2019 we decided to structure our charitable donations, taking the money raised throughout the season and donating to various good causes and those who may have in the past asked for a raffle prize donation instead. If you are a fund raiser for a good cause then please write to us at the end of our season once the ‘Seacoast Well-being Fund’ has been totalled (October/November) and we will hopefully be able to help.

2019 Recipients

Mission Milly

Pocket Protection is a drawing together of a collective of people buying wasted land across cities/towns to permanently rewild them with the help of ecologists and environmental scientists: offering a much needed boost to the UK’s wildlife and pollinator populations as well as improving the wellbeing of residents within those areas.

Amlwch Scouts

“The 1st Amlwch Scouts Group has been offering scouting opportunities to the young people of Amlwch and the surrounding areas since 1916. Still holding onto our original values, we promote programs that are beneficial to young peoples development. With age groups from 6 years to 18 years, we do our best to get our young people to take part in exciting activities indoors and outdoors. From caving and climbing, to painting and crafts.”

Annedd Ni

“Anheddau Cyf provides support to adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health needs across North Wales. We are committed to empowering adults with support needs to be able to live as independently as possible and to be able to access the local community as they so wish in keeping with ordinary living. At Annedd Ni we support individuals to partake in activities such as Art, Cookery, Dance/Movement, Music and life skills workshops.”

Llais I Pawb

“Llais i Pawb / voice for all is a local community enterprise project based at st cyngars church Llangefni. This enterprise project brings together adults with learning and physical disabilities in a safe and friendly environment, so that they can socialise and make friends.”

Anglesey foodbank

“We work to prevent or relieve poverty on Anglesey by providing emergency food supplies to individuals and families in need. To achieve this we work with local agencies who assess their clients and refer those in need to us. Financial donations are used to meet the running costs of the foodbank. We are all volunteers so there are no salary costs to pay, but we often have to buy in food items when we run out of stock in the warehouse.”

Gafael Llaw

"Gafael Llaw aims to improve provision for children and young people in North West Wales who suffer from cancer. Our committee members are 15 dedicated volunteers who strive to ensure that donations ar spent wiselt to our 3 beneficiaries: Dewi Ward, Ysbyty Gwynedd; Alder Hey hospital, Liverpool; and CLIC Sargent cancer charity. In our brief history, we have funded a sensory room on Dewi Ward, have exclusively sponsored cubicles in the brand new Alder Hey hospital and have funded numerous family days out for children and parents through CLIC Sargent."

Grand Appeal

“Thank you for your recent donation in aid of Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity. Your donation will specifically support the Seahorse Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Bristol Children’s Hospital which is one of the largest Paediatric Intensive Care Units in the UK. Caring for over 800 children and babies a year from across the entire South West of England and South Wales who can spend as little as three days on the Unit whilst those with more complex needs stay for weeks or months at a time. The Grand Appeal aims to support the patient and their family through these difficult times.”


“Digartref was established in 1998 to allow for the effective delivery of services for young people, aged 16 upwards on the Isle of Anglesey, who were homeless, at risk of becoming so or in need of support to sustain their accommodation. We provide both short and long term solutions for those experiencing or at risk of becoming homeless. Digartref provides a diverse range of services including: Supported Housing and Night Stop for 16 to 24 year olds, a Day Centre (The Light House) for those aged over 18, Advice and Guidance, Mediation and Learn4Life which is an accredited training programme.”

Great way to see more of the Menai Strait and surrounding area.

We went on the 2 and a half hour afternoon cruise on a very hot day. It was a great afternoon out and we saw seals, puffins and various other seabirds. The skipper was very knowledgeable regarding various local shipwrecks. All in all a great outing.

Maureen P (TripAdvisor)

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