The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation is committed to supporting premature babies, children and their families in times of need, with a wonderful team of volunteers who offer their time and skills to help us with various events and activities
Triple World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx MBE and his wife Jo founded the PPBF in 2003, following the premature birth of their own children, Sebastian and Danniella. Andy and Jo are 100% committed to helping all premature babies born in the Bailiwick and their families.
In addition to supporting her family’s careers, Jo also manages the charity’s day-to-day operations, which include everything from logistics and fundraising to media relations and helping families introduced to the PPBF.
Richard is the charity’s third founding trustee and took on the role of treasurer when the charity was founded back in 2003; a position he held for 10 years. Richard has been the charity's chairman since 2019
As an independent trustee, Richard provides vital governance and strategic input to further drive the charity’s success.
In addition to his involvement with the charity he is a financial services professional with more than 20 years’ experience in senior positions.
Guy became a trustee of the PPBF in 2016 and has been an incredibly hardworking volunteer for the charity over the years.
As a financial services compliance specialist, Guy brings his vast experience to board meetings and, in addition to undertaking numerous tasks, he also carries out company secretarial duties.
Guy’s son, Jake, was born at 29 weeks in 2010 and following this experience the family became closely involved in supporting the PPBF’s work.
Peter is the Joint Managing Director of the local family business Le Mont Saint Garage, he is also known for being a Guernsey Basketball Player, he has worked with the PPBF for a number of years supporting the charity through his family business.
He is a family friend of the Priaulx Family and also gave Seb his first job inbetween his racing seasons.
Pete’s Goddaughter Hermione was born premature and her family were supported by PPBF, so the charity is close to his heart.
Head of Communications
Sammy joined the PPBF in 2010 and works alongside Jo on a daily basis. Sammy's aim is to raise awareness of the charity and help support more local families of premature babies and critically poorly children.
A mum of two young boys, Sammy has made them aware of the importance of being kind and helping others and they can sometimes be seen helping at PPBF family fundraising events.
Compassionate Housing Co-ordinator
Ali joined the charity in 2009 and assists with families requiring accommodation for off-island care
Fiona Murray is a highly experienced Event Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the events services industry internationally. Her global event experience includes management of prestige hospitality programmes at the Monaco Grand Prix, Bahrain Grand Prix, Shanghai Grand Prix, BAFTA TV Awards, high level finance events in the City of London and destination marketing showcases.
Since 2013, Fiona has worked closely with the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation on a number of high-profile fundraising events in Guernsey - the charity's motorsport themed 10th anniversary ball; A Right Royal Affair party; Our House at Castle Cornet and most recently the inaugural PPBF Blingo event.
Fiona loves working with Jo and the PPBF team to put together fun and individual fundraising events
Dannii has joined the PPBF having created videos for her motor racing brother Seb's YouTube account. Dannii's helping Sammy to increase the PPBF's outreach by setting up and managing a YouTube channel.
We are extremely grateful to our volunteers including Tim Pond, Nikki Trebert, Kesh Sebire, Pat Courtney & Vicki Le Poidevin who runs the tiny baby clothing bank