Since 1992, The Pirate Trust has raised over half a million pounds, supporting causes in our area - and with your help, we've changed people's lives.
The Pirate Trust is Pirate FM's charitable arm, which aims to raise money and support projects, individuals and organisations across Cornwall, Plymouth and West Devon.
Every single penny raised by the trust, stays locally - helping people in our area.
But of course, none of this would be possible without your ongoing support. If you would like to help fundraise for The Pirate Trust, then we'd love to hear from you.
The Pirate Trust is a registered charity - number 1032096.
Benefitting from the Pirate Trust
These are just some of the people and organisations who have received a donation from the Pirate Trust.
A little boy, Elijah, has complex medial needs and attends Great Ormond Street Hospital. The Pirate Trust gave a donation of £582 towards the purchase of a bike trailer to enable Elijah to spend time outdoors, something he loves to do.
A small donation was awarded to a severely autistic child for the provision of safety equipment.
POD Charitable Trust
POD received a donation of £600 towards funding for 12 months of entertainment for children being treated at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.
Beacon Methodist Church
Following extensive fundraising, Beacon Methodist Church found them selves with a financial shortfall to complete the essential work caused by frost damage. The Pirate Trust donated £500 towards the purchase of a new heating system.
North Hill Victory Hall
A donation of £807 was made to North Hill Victory Hall to complete their fundraising for an induction loop system for users of the hall who have hearing problems.
Rebekah has a neurological condition that affects her mobility and independence. The Pirate Trust donated £1000 towards the purchase of an outdoor electric wheelchair to enable her to progress with life skills and reduce dependency on adult support.
Falmouth & Penryn Sea Cadets
The Pirate Trust made a contribution of £1000 to purchase a new safety boat to ensure the safety of approximately 60 cadets aged 10-18 whilst they partake in various waterborne activities.
Fal Fibro Friends
Local voluntary group received £350 from the Pirate Trust for a laptop computer. This will enable the organisation to contact and support patients in need without them having to attend meetings.
Kira Jenkins is the proud owner of a Tomcat Trike designed to assist with her stability and balance thanks to a donation of £1422 from the Pirate Trust.
St Stephen's C.P. School
A donation of £1000 was given towards the refurbishing of a Sensory Room as the equipment did not meet health and safety regulations. The new equipment will encourage and stimulate the senses of the children who use the facility.
Pirate Trust Fundraising
If you have your own fundraising ideas or simply would like to donate then please do get in touch with our fundraising team on 01209 314400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for supporting the Pirate Trust
If you've got old computer and IT equipment, don't just bin it - help the Pirate Trust raise cash!
We've teamed up with Focus Technology Europe in Camborne, who will recycle your equipment for free! Any money they get from the equipment will then come to the Pirate Trust.
Free collection within a 20 mile radius. All data safely and securely removed.