How to Apply

Multi-year grants of up to £60,000 in total are available. Funds should be used within 36 months.

Call for applications – closed

The call for concept notes is now closed. The deadline for applications was 9 am on Monday 25 July 2022. The next call for applications will be issued in early 2023.

Please note that we receive many more funding applications than we have resources to fund. We are therefore only able to progress applications that are well designed and clearly meet our funding criteria. 

Our Funding Criteria

Our objective is to increase the climate resilience of displaced people and their host communities. We do this by funding initiatives that help the two communities to adapt to climate change while also promoting environmental recovery and protection. 

We fund initiatives that aim to deliver win-win outcomes for people and planet. All proposals must fulfil all three of the following criteria to be eligible for funding: 

  1. Focus on forcibly displaced people and their host communities,
  2. Deliver tangible improvements in the quality of life,
  3. Have a positive impact on the natural environment (protection or restoration).

Preference will be given to proposals that foster, or already demonstrate, a positive engagement between displaced people and their host communities.

Please note JAC Trust does not currently fund work in the UK.

Who we fund
  • Registered non-profit organisations (charities, social enterprises). 
  • Organisations with an annual income of less than £10 million.
What we will not fund
  • Individuals
  • Emergency Relief
  • Research 
  • The promotion of religious causes
  • Core costs alone (but we are happy to pay an appropriate share of core costs)
  • Academic research
  • Organisations with an annual income of more than £10 million
  • work in the UK

Application process

The Trust uses a two-stage application process. All applications are submitted through an on-line system that opens four weeks before the deadline. The link to the form will be published at the bottom of this page. All applications must be submitted in English.

The Stage 1 form collects basic information on your organisation and asks three questions:

  1. What is the problem you want to address?
  2. What will you do?
  3. What result do you expect?

A small number of organisations will be asked to submit a full proposal by completing the Stage 2 form. This form requests more detail on the work you want to undertake and how, including your monitoring framework. We also ask you to upload your accounts, annual report and safeguarding policy. You can find some useful resources on safeguarding on the Bond website.

After applying

Every application will be acknowledged by email within one week of receipt.

We will notify you of the outcome of your application two months after the application deadline. We endeavour to provide all applicants with brief feedback on their application.

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