Your gift today could help someone get the life-changing support they need, when they need it most.
Many local people are locked out of accessing legal advice and getting justice, simply because they can’t afford a lawyer.
Your gift today could help someone change their story forever. You could help a family keep a roof over their head, or lift the weight of debt off their shoulders, or get fair treatment from their boss – helping them secure a better future for themselves and their children.
You can find out more here about how your donations are enabling us to help people across south-west London to understand their rights, get justice, and move forward with their lives.
Helps someone take their first steps to finding life-changing advice
Provides 30 minutes’ expert advice from a volunteer lawyer
Helps someone challenge a wrong disability benefits decision
Ways you can give now
Give a single gift
A single donation, big or small, can transform someone’s life by helping them get justice when they need it most
Give a regular gift
Your regular monthly gift can help someone to understand and defend their rights, at the most difficult time in their life
Change someone’s story today
You can help someone change their story – and build a better future for themselves and their family
Other ways to give
Fundraise for us
Whether it’s a sporting challenge or a bake, you could raise vital funds to help us bring life-changing support to more people in our community.
Funders & sponsors
We couldn’t do what we do without our funders and sponsors, whose generous partnership enables us to have a life-changing impact in our community.
Leave a legacy
For those of us who love justice, we want to see it transform lives and communities – now and always. One powerful way to make this happen is to leave a gift to our charity in your Will.
Every year we help around 8,000 people on low incomes across south-west London to understand and defend their rights.
Without the free legal advice and representation our charity provides, many local people would be locked out of getting justice because they can’t afford a lawyer.