Changing Faces Channel Islands is a charity that intends to support and represent people throughout the Channel Islands who have disfigurements of the face or body from any cause.
Changing Faces Channel Islands is determined to enable people who have disfigurements to develop high self - esteem and self - confidence, have access to the very best health and social services and enjoy equal rights and opportunities throughout their lives.
We work with the UK based charity Changing Faces which pioneered a unique disfigurement life skills programme for children, young people and adults as well as their parents and families. Changing Faces was founded in 1992 by James Partridge OBE whose family is based in Guernsey. We are also part of the Face Equality International organisation who campaign globally for equality for those with disfigurements or facial differences.
The Changing Faces Channel Islands website is for everyone - to inform, challenge and inspire - and ultimately change the way we all see disfigurement.