Only a parent or guardian can take out a Junior ISA on a child's behalf however the Junior ISA belongs to the child and the money is theirs when they turn 18.
Our Junior ISA invests in stocks & shares which gives it access to the growth potential of the stock market. You have a choice of 9 funds from low to high risk.
Anyone can contribute to a Junior ISA: grandparents, friends, and family alike. Another option would be using your own ISA allowance to invest for a child.
If you still have questions find out more about Junior ISAs in our Friendly guide.