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Receipt Summary to The Guernsey Yes Fund

Requesting a grant to purchase 3 months worth of hardy nutritionals supplements' for Harry Brown (son of Sarah Brown) to support him nutritionally with his diagnosis of autism. Harry is peg fed and unable to consume enough nutrition from food.

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Reimbursement #35942

Submitted by Dan White on March 13, 2021

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Requesting a grant to purchase 3 months worth of Hardy Nutritionals supplements' for Harry Brown (son of Sarah Brown) to support him nutritionally with his diagnosis of autism. Harry is peg fed and unable to consume enough nutrition from food. The grant is enough for 3 months with shipping (£250 - this is the practitioner/cost price) and £50 for my time to continue to support Sarah with the deliver of the intervention.
Date: 3/12/2021

£300.00 GBP


Total amount £300.00

payout method

Bank account
Details  
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By Dan Whiteon

Expense created

By Marc Winnon

Expense approved

By Accountableon

Expense paid


Collective balance
£0.00 GBP
Expense policies

Claiming from The Guernsey Yes Fund is all about supporting you to quickly and creatively act in the collective interest whilst maintaining your own wellbeing:

There are 3 tests to quickly get to Yes:

The first test: Is this expense in the collective interest of the people in Guernsey? We trust you to invest in our community as a whole through your unique lens on it.

The second test: Does it give you what you need to be a thriving member of the population? We want you to have enough financial resources to provide for your own needs.

The third test: Does it past the 'not being a d*ck' test? The way things are done are just as important as what gets done. Anyone person that does not use this fund in a high integrity way creates a problem for everyone else that goes after you. Please be mindful of how you use the fund.

In the initial phases of The Guernsey Yes fund expenses will only be approved in relation to one prototype project.

The Playground Community Innovation Lab at Sandpiper Vinery. The fund will approve expenses for anyone currently contributing to the development of this site.

The aim is to prove this model of financial governance and then expand it islandwide with the help of existing government and 3rd sector funders.

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