JIS Peduli is the school wide service arm of JIS. It was the devastation wrought by the tsunami of 2004 that provided the impetus for the development of the organization.
JIS Peduli builds on all that is good about JIS and acknowledges it’s 70 plus years of giving. Since then, we have endeavored to not only continue but to also amplify JIS’ decades-long commitment to giving back to our host country.
Our particular focus is supporting student-initiated projects and our service partners by funding "big ideas". As a result, participants will be able to focus more on the quality of their service and less on fundraising activities.
To strengthen our ties to Indonesia through service
Compassion, humility, tolerance, social justice, and sustainable solutions.
Community Projects and Engagement
Provide funding and logistical support for community projects that meet certain criteria.
Coordinate JIS’s response to major disasters in Indonesia.
Through its processes and protocols, model good philanthropic practices.
Promote and celebrate service at JIS.
JIS has always challenged students to be responsible world citizens and global leaders. Dedication to service and creating positive impact through our actions is a conscious lifestyle choice for JIS students.
|Jakarta International School Safekeeping Fund
|PT. Bank ANZ Indonesia
|ANZ Tower 8th Floor, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 33A Jakarta 10220
|Sender’s Name / B035261 - JIS Cares
How to apply
We prioritize projects that are long-term and sustainable, and which involve members of the JIS community, particularly students. Due to logistical reasons, we cannot support projects outside of Indonesia that do not actively engage JIS students, faculty or staff.
- If you are part of a JIS-affiliated club or organization and would like to apply for financial support for a service project, the JIS Peduli application form can be found on JISNet under Schoolwide/Service/JIS Peduli. You can also contact your nearest JIS Peduli representatives.
- Students and employees of JIS, as well as JIS service partners, may submit applications. Any requests made by student clubs must be supported by the club advisor.