Supporting JAAT

Thank you for your interest in supporting JAAT. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Donate Worldwide


JAAT proudly partners with David Williams of the Global Snakebite Initiative to provide a fundraising platform for JAAT programmes. Donations can be made via this Go Fund Me page.


When making a donation to JAAT via GSI, we kindly request you to clearly state your contribution is for JAAT. This will ensure your donation is swiftly and efficiently routed to JAAT. If you would like your donation to go towards a particular JAAT project or programme, please state this clearly too. If not, JAAT will use the funds for the projects, which are most urgently in need at the time.


Donate in Kenya

Cheques, in KSH or USD and made out to 'James Ashe Antivenom Trust', can be mailed to:

JAAT, PO Box 229, WATAMU 80202, Kenya, East Africa.

Mpesa….coming shortly….

Donate in USA

In the United States, JAAT will soon be working alongside partner organizations which receive funds on our behalf and allow our donors to benefit from the advantages of donating to a US 501(c)(3) non profit. Please contact us for details.

Corporate Sponsorship

JAAT offers appealing opportunities to partner with corporations wishing to support us on a regular monthly basis as part of their CSR obligations. Please contact us to discuss.

Donate Online

You can support our 'Antivenom Fund' by donating online via our online cause page:

'Royjan's Legacy (James Ashe Antivenom Trust)'

More information on what your donation can do will be uploaded shortly.

Social Networking with JAAT

Follow our latest news and updates on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Donate by Direct Deposit or Bank Transfer

If you prefer to make a direct deposit or a bank transfer, please contact us for details.

Thank you!


To be bitten by a poisonous snake is everyone’s worst nightmare. In Africa this happens to people quite regularly especially to those in the rural communities. The primary objective of the James Ashe Antivenom Trust (JAAT) is to reduce the number of deaths and maiming caused by those many snakebites.

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