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Giving frequency
Monthly giving
or other amount
Give monthly
£12 a month could train a survivor in Bangladesh to mentor other victims
£30 a month could provide a survivor with essential mobile phone top-ups
£85 a month could allow one of our Navigators to support a survivor in the UK for a year
or other amount
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£15 could train a UK police officer to identify slavery victims
£50 could provide emergency accommodation and supplies to a victim rescued at the Bangladesh border
£100 could provide a survivor with professional counselling, supporting them on their journey to recovery

71%

Goes to frontline work

We spend the majority of our funds on our multi-award winning work supporting police to bring freedom to victims, transforming lives and securing justice.

19%

Change at scale

Core to who we are is a belief that some our greatest impact is through systemic change - taking learnings from our frontline work and translating it to help governments and others change policy and practice.

10%

Raising money

Every penny we invest in fundraising helps us secure more funds to bring freedom, justice and change.

"I will never forget the first time I heard about the work of Justice and Care. I felt compelled to do something, anything, to make a difference. When I see the real tangible impact that Justice and Care are having in the lives of so many survivors, I feel grateful that I have the privilege of contributing to their work."

Adele

"We are delighted to hear often from the team about the incredible work Justice and Care is delivering. We believe that by giving monthly we can help to support their casework sustainably, to ensure the best possible outcomes for survivors."

Peter & Jo

"By giving monthly I can make more of an impact, providing consistent life-changing support to survivors that need it, and supporting the stability of the organisation as a whole. I feel so invested in Justice and Care's strategy that I even got my business involved."

Derek

"I signed up to give regularly to Justice and Care because the impact of their work is inspiring. Each time one of their regular emails arrives in my inbox, I am excited to read it because I know it will contain new stories of lives saved, systems changed and survivors being cared for. I am confident that my money really makes a difference with Justice and Care."

Jack

Give monthly and join the Freedom Network

We believe that it takes a network to fight a network. And because of that we have a Freedom Network that we’d love you to join. It’s a group of determined and passionate monthly donors, committed to bringing freedom. Will you join?

Other ways to give
  • Justice and Care’s UK bank details are:

    Account Number – 41897667

    Sort Code – 402044

    Account Name – JUSTICE AND CARE

    Bank – HSBC

  • If you prefer to pay by cheque, including CAF cheques, please post them to:

    Justice and Care

    Suite 139

    210 Upper Richmond Road

    London

    SW15 6NP

  • What will you do for freedom? We are so inspired and thankful when people choose to fundraise for FREEDOM.

    Our amazing supporters have run marathons, pledged their birthdays, swum across lakes, cooked curries and so much more!

    Find out more

  • Justice and Care is a registered non-profit in the United States and honored to accept your tax deductible donation. Please contact our US team at info@justiceandcareus.org and we will be happy to provide guidance for your gift.

  • Text “DONOR” to 70085 to give £5 a month. Texts cost your £5 donation amount plus two standard network rate messages.

    To give a one-off £5 gift, text “JUSTICE 5” to 70085

  • Yes, we can even take contributions of Bitcoin. You can donate using Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies using the form below:

  • If you are a UK taxpayer we can make your donation go even further thanks to GiftAid. For every £1 you donate, we are able to claim a further 25p off the UK Government.  

  • Payroll Giving, also known as Give As You Earn, is an easy, tax-efficient way of donating through your salary.

    With Payroll Giving you can donate to Justice and Care straight from your gross salary (before tax is deducted) giving immediate tax relief on your donations. Anyone who pays UK tax through PAYE can donate through Payroll Giving.

    Speak with your employer to find out whether they offer Payroll Giving. If they do, they will arrange your donation through your salary for you.

    If your employer does not currently offer Payroll Giving, you can write to them and encourage them to set one up. To set up a Payroll Giving scheme, your organisation will need to register with an approved Payroll Giving agency.

  • Leaving a gift in your will is priceless. It allows us to continue to empower individuals, families and communities impacted by modern slavery. Get in touch to speak to one of our team about leaving a legacy gift.

    Contact us