JT is launching a new Community Giving scheme which is aimed at benefitting charities and non profit organisations across the Channel Islands. Not-for-profit organisations, schools and community groups across the Channel Islands will be able to apply for funding and other resources from a new community giving scheme launched by JT.
Potential beneficiaries may include schools and community groups, who will be able to apply for funding and other resources from the new scheme.
JT says the funding will be used to help local projects and initiatives by offering them the opportunity to apply for funding, devices, subscriptions, technical support, or even hands-on help from some of JT’s many willing volunteers.
Daragh McDermott, CEO of JT Group, said: “JT Community Giving matches our ethos as a business, one that’s firmly rooted in the places and communities we live in and serve. We’ve worked with many charities and community groups over the years, and we wanted to introduce a scheme to provide as much support as we can for the breadth of those not-for-profit organisations who work so tirelessly for our community and give so much back. We want to help those who better our islands and make a real visible difference.”
Applications are now open and will be reviewed every three months.
The scheme is open to all registered charities, schools and community groups across the Channel Islands that meet at least one of four criteria: community support, digital inclusivity, raising awareness of mental and physical health and well-being, and environmental improvement.
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