Brighter Futures assembled sponsors, donors, supporters, patrons and volunteers in the beautiful setting of Government House last month to celebrate 10 years of working in the community last month. The charity, that operates from The Bridge, offers support to local families who are working through difficult situations such as physical and mental health, poverty, isolation, abuse and more.

Chief Executive Officer of the charity, Ruth Brunton, commented, “Brighter Futures has seen tremendous growth and change over the past ten years to ensure it meets the needs of families. We continually work together with clients to co-produce services that meet their individual needs and aim to develop our services in other parts of the island. If we can do this, more families, children and young people can access services locally, establishing relationships and strengthening their communities.”