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Give Access to Justice

Injustice =

Give Access to Justice


A lack of access to justice leads to issues of poverty, homelessness, ill health, unemployment, broken households, and many other social and personal difficulties. 

We believe everyone should have access to justice, yet two thirds of the UK population don’t know how to get legal advice and there are still 14 million people who live in poverty and can’t afford it.

The Access for Justice Foundation works across the country to increase support to vulnerable people through strategic grant making and supporting the valuable work of the advice sector. 


Sandra*, a single mother who suffers from a combination of physical and mental health problems, faced destitution and the prospect of being homeless when her benefits were refused.
That’s when a local advice charity stepped in, appealing the decision and restoring the correct level of benefits.
* Real name not used

Ways to give

Individual giving

Use the form above to give a regular donation to the Access to Justice Foundation. You can also use it to give a one off donation as well. 

Unclaimed client accounts - Your firm can help people. Risk free.

With the Access to Justice Foundation you can put your unclaimed client accounts to work, helping people safe in the knowledge that they can always be reclaimed when they are needed

Pro bono costs orders

They are just like ordinary legal costs, but applicable where a party received free legal representation. If a civil case is won with pro bono help, pro bono costs can be ordered by the court, or included in settlements and must be donated to the Access to Justice Foundation

​Company giving

Whether it’s employee fundraising and engagement, commercial opportunities or one-off events, we’ll work alongside you to develop a mutually-beneficial partnership. 


We have lots of events across the country. Come and join one of our legal walks, quizzes, or bake offs near you!

Your legacy

If you would like to leave a legacy that will enable people across the UK to have access to justice, please remember the Access to Justice Foundation in your will. For more information please contact

Crowd Justice is citizen-powered justice

Supporting  helps the Foundation. We receive any surplus funds over and above what is required to fund the specific cases. Get in touch to find out more.