JUSTICE will be needed in the future – you can help to secure it
Legacies give us the opportunity to provide for our family and friends and for the causes we care about.
For JUSTICE to continue providing the answers needed to make our legal process efficient, additional resources will always be needed. Leaving a legacy is a huge decision with the potential to be hugely transformative. By leaving a bequest you can ensure that JUSTICE is properly resourced and is able to provide solutions aimed at improving the administration of justice for every single person.
Since 1957, JUSTICE has played a major part in bringing about progressive changes to our legal system, including:
- The Ombudsman system
- The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme
- The Crown Prosecution Service
- Data protection laws
- The Royal Commission on Criminal Justice and the Criminal Cases Review Commission
- Incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights, via the Human Rights Act 1998
- The International Criminal Court (via membership of the International Commission of Jurists)
- Incorporation of safeguards on disclosure in criminal cases
- Fairer sentencing and asylum procedures
- Moves towards a more transparent system for judicial appointments
We want to ensure that generations to come can enjoy an effective and transparent legal system. By leaving a gift in your will, you can safeguard the future of JUSTICE, making sure our work continues to strengthen the justice system long into the future.
Leave a legacy of fair and accessible justice for all
Contact your solicitors and ask them to add a codicil to your existing will or help you draft a new one – they can advise you on the exact wording.
Ways to leave a gift in your will:
- Residuary – this gift is a percentage of your remaining estate once all the expenses, liabilities and other specific gifts have been paid.
- Pecuniary – this gift is a specific amount of money.
Please include our registered charity numbers – England and Wales: 1058580 Scotland: SC043518 and inform us of your intentions, if you would like.
For more information, contact Keith Kibirango, Director of Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to hear from in case you would like to talk about ways in which you can remember JUSTICE in your will. We also put on legacy specific events at JUSTICE and we encourage you to contact us in case you want to be included on the guest list.