About the foundation

Following a tragic road traffic accident in July of 2017, the family of Georgie Le Prevost wanted to do something positive and decided to raise money for a local charity through a sponsored, tandem parachute jump with Jersey skydive. Annie and Jenny Le Prevost were overwhelmed with the immense public support and generosity of Guernsey people who made a vast number of donations to their JustGiving page.

This generosity prompted the family to consider ways in which they could make a positive contribution to the Island in memory of Georgie and this is how the concept of the ‘Smile For Georgie Foundation’ emerged.

The foundation was officially registered on the 31 January 2018, with the purpose of making a difference and bringing smiles to the people of Guernsey through small acts of kindness.

Those who knew Georgie will appreciate the positive contribution she made to life and the smile she had for everyone. The foundation intends to reflect her personality in all that is does and looks forward to receiving ongoing public support that will ensure its success.

The foundation can be contacted at [email protected]

Purpose and aims

  1. To make a difference and bring smiles to people in the Bailiwick of Guernsey through small acts of kindness;
  2. To provide relief, in cases of need, hardship or distress and make a positive difference to the lives of persons who are resident in the Bailiwick of Guernsey by grants of cash or kind or such other services and facilities as the Trustees think fit;
  3. To engage in any activities whatsoever which may lessen any hardship or distress of persons who are resident in the Bailiwick of Guernsey and to provide support and counselling for them and their families and dependants; and
  4. The Trustees may at their discretion provide support to any other group or regulated entity in the Bailiwick of Guernsey as they see fit whose objects are the same or similar to the foundations objects.