We are a Quaker trust that seeks to transform the world by
supporting people tackling the root causes of conflict and injustice.
We aspire to place Quaker values of equality, truth, peace and
sustainability at the heart of everything we do.
We recognise that change can take many years to achieve
and are willing to take the long view, and to take risks.
We aim to be a responsive funder, happy to support our grantees
to help them make the difference they want to make.
We fund work under four main themes: Peace & Security,
Power & Accountability, Rights & Justice, Sustainable Future.
We fund across the UK, including a dedicated programme in Northern Ireland.
We also make a small number of grants for work at a European level.
JRCT seeks a consultant to research lessons learned from Northern Ireland's Civic Forum.
JRCT gives evidence in High Court today (23 July).
We are seeking to appoint co-optees to our Rights and Justice and Power and Accountability grant committees.
See our application deadlines for forthcoming funding rounds.
See our April Update for news from the Trust and recent grants.
Letter of support for JRCT (11 March).
JRCT's response to Charity Commission statement (6 March).
Statement on JRCT's funding of Cage (27 February).
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28 Jul, 15:45 JRCT seeks a consultant to research lessons learned from Northern Ireland's Civic Forum http://t.co/BqGjvJwyNc
23 Jul, 17:07 JRCT gives evidence in High Court today http://t.co/FkZD5Y5gAy
20 Jul, 14:08 We're seeking a grant committee member with expertise in race and anti-racism http://t.co/BEB9esvdBn
22 Jun, 15:42 We're seeking a grant committee member with media expertise for our Power and Accountability cttee http://t.co/BEB9esvdBn
10 Jun, 13:21 What is your idea of security? A clenched fist or an open hand? @Celiajrct @TEDxExeter talk now online: http://t.co/nKA6T4EynJ via @nickjrct