Any financial contribution to the work of our charity is greatly appreciated and will help support our programmes.

Justice Africa’s most recent programme is The Sudan Programme. This programme campaigns for human and legal rights in Sudan and supports civil society through our ‘Civil Project’. Please click here for more information on our past programmes.

Please find below a variety of ways you can donate and help support the aims of these programmes:

Cheque: You can make a donation by post sending us a cheque and including your name and contact details. All cheques should be made payable to: Justice Africa.

eBay: Everyone has items or clothes they no longer use, start making some money for yourself and Justice Africa. Sign up to e-bay and nominate a percentage, from 10% up to 100%, of the items sale price to Justice Africa. Click here to start selling.

Online: Please visit or to donate safely and securely with your debit and credit cards.

Payroll Giving: Payroll Giving is a simple, tax efficient scheme which allows you to give money to a charity of your choice by having a deduction taken straight from your pay-packet. All you have to do is tell your employer how much you want to give and how often, and they will then transfer your gift from your pre-tax salary.

The work of Justice Africa is long-term, so payroll giving helps us plan for the future as well as meeting immediate needs.

Ask your employer for information about payroll giving and charity nomination forms.

Phone: Donate through texting Justice Africa’s individual code JUST11 followed by the amount you would like to donate to 70070. Example: JUST11 £10

The amount will then be deducted from your pay-as-you go credit or added to your mobile phone bill. You can give £1, £2, £5 or £10. The amount is for you to decide and every contribution is helpful.

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Shares: Shares can be given as a gift to charities to reduce your tax liability. The value of the shares is set against your tax bill and there is no capital gains tax charge on the gift. A similar scheme exists for property donations.