We urgently need a space that works
We want to transform JUSTICE into a more effective, public-facing and forward-looking organisation that will contribute significantly to radical reform of the justice system.
Our bold target is to raise £1.2 million by the end of 2017 to help us undergo major refurbishment of our office building. This work will guarantee JUSTICE’s vital role in strengthening the justice system and make a real difference in people’s lives for years to come.
At this time of uncertain change, it is all the more important that we safeguard the rule of law and the justice system that underpins it. It is for this reason that we need to preserve and grow JUSTICE’s capacity to generate expert proposals for radical reform of the justice system.
JUSTICE’s office building at 59 Carter Lane, London is central to our work and success, but the present configuration and condition of the building limits our ability to pursue our vision. By remodelling our offices, we will improve services and contribute to real change in people’s lives.
To achieve this we need the help of visionary supporters who can support us to build JUSTICE’s capacity to develop and promote recommendations for reform.
Help us build a future for JUSTICE
Established in 1957, JUSTICE leads the way in reimagining how the justice system can work better. As the number one charity working across the justice system, we must ensure that JUSTICE exists to carry out this vital work for generations to come. But to do this, we need your help.
If you think you can help us please get in touch with Keith Kibigrango our Director of Development on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0207 7762 6423.
Find out more about JUSTICE’s work, our plans to transform the organisation, how you can help and the benefits it could bring in this publication: Building a future for JUSTICE.