Cruse Bereavement Support Isle of Man

Telephone: (01624) 668191
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We're looking to recruit and train new volunteers to support bereaved children and young people.

If you'd like to make a difference and have at least one year's professional experience in providing emotional support to children and young people, please visit our recruitment page to find out more.

 Poster advertising the upcoming CYP recruitment


We have a vacancy for a new Chief Executive Officer.

For information about the role, or to apply, please visit the job description page.

The closing date for applications is Monday 12 December 2022.




We're holding our third annual Go Bright for Cruse dress-down day on Friday 2 December.

If you'd like to know more about the event or would like to join in, you can visit our Go Bright for Cruse page, or contact us.

A poster promoting our Go Bright for Cruse event which is being held on Friday 3 December 2021

Information flyer for the PABBS Suicide Bereavement Training

The Postvention Assisting those Bereaved By Suicide (PABBS) one-day training course is run by Suicide Bereavement UK and is the only ‘evidence-based’ suicide bereavement training internationally.

Cruse Bereavement Care Isle of Man is bringing this training to the Isle of Man on Wednesday 12 October. Places are limited.

If you'd like further information about the course or would like to book a place, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Banner image showing Snowdon, a map of the location of all nine peaks and a photo of Gary with his dogs on a climb


From 19-21 July, Gary will be completing three different Three Peaks Challenges around the UK on three consecutive days to raise money for Cruse IOM. In those three days, he’ll do over 1,000 miles of driving from the Yorkshire Dales up to the Scottish Highlands and back down to the Brecon Beacons, 64 miles (102 km) of walking and almost 7,000 metres (22,865 feet) of climbing. To compare, Mount Everest is 8,848 metres and Mount Kilimanjaro is 5,895 metres.


Day 1 - 19 July - The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

  • Whernside: 736 metres (2,415 feet)
  • Ingleborough: 723 metres (2,372 feet)
  • Pen Y Ghent: 694 metres (2,277 feet)


Day 2 - 20 July - The National Three Peaks Challenge

  • Ben Nevis: 1,345 metres (4,413 feet) - Scotland’s highest mountain
  • Scafell Pike: 978 metres (3,209 feet) - England’s highest mountain
  • Snowdon: 1,085 metres (3,560 feet) - Wales’ highest mountain


Day 3 - 21 July - The Welsh Three Peaks Challenge

  • Snowdon: 1,085 metres (3,560 feet)
  • Cadair Idris: 893 metres (2,930 feet)
  • Pen Y Fan: 886 metres (2,907 feet)


Gary’s the first person to admit that this sounds like madness. But it also sounds like a lot of fun, and he’ll be assisted by his friend Steve who will be doing all the driving, cooking, medical support, and encouragement.

If you'd like to support Gary, he's set up a JustGiving page for this challenge. If you'd prefer to donate another way, please contact us.

Gary will be sending us updates and photos when he can during the three days, so you can keep up to date by checking our Facebook or Instagram pages.

Good luck, Gary!