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Over the years, the JST has worked with hundreds of charities across every continent on the planet. Our charitable collaborations come in many different forms – some (mainly larger) organisations engage JST as a service provider, whilst others (often similarly sized organisations) as a joint venture partner. We also recruit crew and distribute bursary funding through a national network of smaller, local charities.

Generally, these collaborations provide some/all of the following benefits to our partner charities and the JST:

  • The ability to work with a wider range of beneficiaries
  • Increased impact, or extension of mission delivery
  • The provision of new experiences, qualifications or opportunities to beneficiaries  
  • Raise public awareness of issues of common concern or interest
  • Create new fundraising opportunities

So that we can give as many people as possible the opportunity to sail with us, we work alongside a number of charities including:

Seafarers UK, Help for Heroes, Care for Casualties, Battleback, PHAB, 3H Fund, Leonard Cheshire Homes, Enham Trust, Rank Foundation, Girvan Youth Trust, Dougie Dalziel Memorial Trust, Sailability UK and now Auckland and Australia, Nautical Instutute, FOST Plymouth, RNRMC, ABF, The Baton, Erskin homes, Blesma, The Stroke association, Wheelpower UK, Headway, SAAFA, Hampshire Probation Trust, RBL, Duke of Connaught Drill Halls Trust, Tedworth House, Round Table Rotary International, Treolars College, Cyclocruze, Echo Centre (Cornwall), Oban Youth Café, Seven Seas Club, The Freemasons’ Grand Charity and Hampshire & Isle of Wight Freemasons.

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