Who We Are

A Collective of Community Innovators

We are a collective of community innovators, joined together to research and find solutions to social and environmental issues which drive low mood and mental ill health.

We launch and collaborate on projects to deliver the best joined up solutions and ensure we are going to make a difference to the community.

We work with the community, government, private and third sector to coordinate new projects on-island to make a positive impact and inspire change.

Thrive is an Incorporated Association with the Royal Court of Jersey and a registered NPO but not a registered charity.

Founded in 2018

We were founded to bring a smarter view for the community and to contribute to creating a happy island which is a concept that is growing globally.

In 2019, we hosted its first event in partnership with the Government of Jersey, covering suicide and addiction, from which its future vision was developed.

Thrive became an Incorporated Association in 2020.

Where we are today

Today, we are expanding and working on new and exciting projects that will make a real difference for the local community. Our team is dedicated to delivering real change and inspiring others to make a positive impact.

Our Pillars


To be an independent think tank, harnessing the collective power of innovative thinkers.


To engender a “one community culture” by working with the community, government, private and third sectors.


To understand that a clean and sustainable environment is a key factor for positive wellbeing.


Champion & deliver core projects that have a long lasting positive impact


To be the trusted source in the community for key facts and issues.

The Thrive Community

Andy Le Seelleur


Andy is the co-Founder of a number of local charities including Le Tournoi and Wetwheels Jersey and is a founder member of the Jersey Literary Festival Association. Having served for nine years as a marine engineer in the Royal Navy, he obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering with Business before returning to Jersey and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. Awarded an MBE in 2013 for his services to the community, Andy also won the 2017 Pride of Jersey Community Champion Award and the 2021 Mental Health Champion Award, one of only two recipients of more than one Pride of Jersey Awards. Having lost his wife to suicide in 2016, Andy is passionate about promoting mental health issues and inspiring others to make a positive difference within the community through the creation and delivery of innovative and collaborative projects such as the Jersey Suicide Prevention Alliance and GROW.

Molly Stein

Vice Chair

Molly is a qualified chartered accountant, and currently works in the finance sector in Jersey. Prior to this she studied at Bangor University and has an BSc degree in Psychology. She joined Thrive to manage the financials and is keen to apply the knowledge gained from her degree in a practical setting. Molly is passionate about mental health, with a particular focus on understanding that our health is linked to a combination of biological and lifestyle factors and thus how working on these factors can mean we as individuals and groups can help ourselves.



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