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THE JUNGLE FUND

The Jungle fund was established in 2018 in response to audiences wanting to support refugee causes highlighted in the show. To date The Jungle Fund has raised nearly $100,000 from audiences across London, New York and San Francisco. Every dollar you donate will support displaced people through its US registered organization Choose Love inc.

Good Chance, the creators of 'The Jungle', are one of the amazing organizations benefiting from the Jungle Fund, alongside Help Refugees who continue to support refugees living in Calais and the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP).

More than ever, we need your support. None of this work is possible without the generosity of people like you. Your generous donations will allow Help Refugees and their partners to continue to do this work, continuing to fill gaps left by governments and big NGOs in a flexible, reactive, human way. Donate to The Jungle Fund here.

Learn more about Curran's partner charities below.

Help Refugees

Help Refugees

We are pioneering a new movement in charity that provides emergency aid and long term solutions where they are most needed. We believe your money should go straight to the people who need it. That’s why we make sure that 94% of your donation goes straight to the frontline.

Our model is simple. We go where the need is greatest, find the local organisations doing the most effective work, and give them what they need to help people – whether that’s funding, material aid or volunteers. With this model, we’ve managed to support more than 722,500 people across 75 projects in 12 countries.

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Good Chance

Good Chance

As the creators of The Jungle, Good Chance bring stories of global relevance to international audiences. Alongside our main-stage productions we work across refugee and migrant communities in areas where expression is stifled and people are struggling to integrate and provide spaces where people who have been through incredible trauma, can be together and be welcome. Since 2015 over 22,500 individuals have been welcomed into our ‘theatres of hope’ to paint, to dance, to make music, to build friendships and create community.

We can only do this with your support.

Good Chance relies entirely on donations. Everything we receive goes towards connecting people and cultures, producing ground-breaking work and telling stories of global and national relevance.

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IRAP

IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) organizes law students and lawyers to develop and enforce a set of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced persons. Mobilizing direct legal aid, litigation, and systemic advocacy, IRAP serves the world’s most persecuted individuals and empowers the next generation of human rights leaders.

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RAHI

RAHI

The Refugee and Asylum seeker Health Initiative (RAHI) encompasses all activity related to refugee health at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Our goal is to improve the health of refugees, asylees, and all forcibly displaced populations through our four core foundations: research, clinical care, education, and community involvement.

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