Corporate Social Responsibility
Enjoy2swim is motivated and committed to helping and supporting our local community here in Jersey. We would like to make a difference by teaching others the valuable skills we have in the water.
In partnership with St George's Preparatory School, we are delighted to be able to offer support in 2022 to Healing Waves by offering lessons to Children who require more confidence with their swimming so they can take to the waves with the wonderful team at Healing Waves.
Previously we have helped the Nixon Hansford Trust providing time for Nixon in the pool, improving his skills and confidence. Click on this link to see Nixon in action in the water.
We have also worked with Les Amis residents, offering the opportunity to spend time in the pool to increase their swimming ability and confidence.
2021 saw us fundraising to support the JSPCA Animals' Shelter. Nicky took part in the Swim Smart Channel Relay 2021, raising vital funds for the charity who was have also chosen the JSPCA Animals' Shelter as our Charity of the Year 2021. Please follow this link to our news page for more information.
Enjoy2train, our first aid training business, has run CPR workshops free of charge for the following charities:-
· In 2014 - Family Nursing and Home Care
· In 2015 - Philip's Footprints
· In 2017 - Brighter Futures
· In 2018 - Neil Hussey Heart Charity
· In 2019 - we participated in the RLSS Drowning Prevention Week, offering free workshops in conjunction with Aquasplash and the Jersey Swimming Club.
· In 2020 - Philip's Footprints
· In 2021 - JSPCA
In 2014, Nicky taught Jenny, who is partially sighted, to swim. Jenny used her swimming time towards training for a marathon.
Jersey Water Safety Campaign
In 2017, after meeting with Annie Noble and discussing how we could help raise water safety awareness following the drowning of her sister Joy, Nicky had the idea for Joy’s Water Safety Card, below, and had it designed.
We were delighted that local watersports company Apnea stepped in to sponsor the cards that were distributed to key year groups in primary and secondary schools. We would also like to thank the Jersey Coastguard for their willingness to include the Jersey Water Safety Campaign, and Nicky and Annie, in their talks to schools.
With the groundwork in place, we have now handed it over to the Noble family and wish them every success for 2018 and the future.