The JAC Trust

Environmental Health & Social Care Youth

The JAC Trust awards grants of up to £30,000 to registered non-profit organisations (e.g. charities or social enterprises includes those registered and working outside the UK) that:

  • Deliver tangible improvements in the quality of life of the people we work with
  • Have a positive impact on the natural environment
  • Target one of these groups:
    • Forcibly displaced people and their host communities
      Improving the lives of those forcibly displaced and help protect and restore the natural environment in which they live.

    • Returnees and the communities that host them
      Improving the lives of those who return after displacement and help protect and restore the natural environments of the places they return to.

    • People at acute risk of displacement
      Improving the lives of those at acute risk of displacement in ways that center on protecting or restoring their local environments.

The Trust’s objective is to help forcibly displaced people and their host communities to respond to climate change. They also help those at acute risk of climate related displacement. They fund initiatives that aim to deliver win-win outcomes for both people and planet. 

Deadline: See the funder’s website for upcoming deadlines.

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

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