Community services

Every year, Jersey Post employees are asked to nominate a charity that they would like to see supported by the business for the calendar year. The charities with the most nominations are shortlisted, and the workforce vote for the winning charity. This process takes place in Q3 each year.

Any individual, club or organisation seeking potential sponsorship and/or support, should send full details of their initiative to:

Jersey Post Marketing
Postal Headquarters

Alternatively, details can be emailed to

There are several options for organisations that send a large volume of mail, either regularly, or from time to time. Anyone who would like to discuss their requirements and ways to maximise their posting, should contact our Business Sales team on (01534) 616617 or email

No, Call & Check is a free service at present. For more details, please visit

No, Call & Check is only available in certain parishes. Please contact the dedicated Call & Check team directly by visiting

For more information on Call & Check, its services and to see whether it may be a suitable service for you, or someone that you know, please visit

Due to Covid-19, the Call & Check service is currently being undertaken by telephone. For more information, please visit

Articles for the blind is a scheme for blind and visually impaired customers who are registered as blind under the provisions of the National Assistance Act 1948. We also include people whose standard of close-up vision, with spectacles of N12 or less as certified by an ophthalmologist, doctor or ophthalmic optician.

The scheme waives postage on UK items up to 2kg and all letter formats to international destinations for sending:

  • books, printed materials, letters, relief maps
  • audio and electronic media
  • equipment such as magnifiers and mobility aids

These items can be sent as:

  • Standard postage up to 2kg to the UK
  • Standard Letter and Large Letter to International destination

To send items under the scheme, simply write 'ARTICLES FOR THE BLIND' on the front of the envelope and the sender's name and address clearly on the reverse of the envelope. Take your item to your local Post Office where it can be checked and sealed by the counter staff.

Mail must be addressed to the blind or visually impaired person at that address. Items that are addressed to “The Occupier” or “Dear Customer” etc. and not a named recipient cannot be sent under this scheme. It should be sent as normal, paid-for mail.