An “independent Quaker trust which makes grants to organizations and individuals working to produce positive social change by addressing the root causes of conflict and injustice through their charitable work.” Every year, JRCT makes about “100 grants for all kinds of charitable work, from grassroots community groups to well-established charities, most of which working on projects in the UK.”
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Founding Year: 1904
Budget: £15,7 m (2019)
Celia McKeon (Chief Executive)
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