Get funding, take legal action

Public and private crowdfunding for legal issues big and small

Need funding? Are you a lawyer?

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Built by lawyers, CrowdJustice is the leading online fundraising platform specifically designed for legal action.

Raise funds and support with a public or private fundraising page.

Private and public cases

Never fundraised before? No problem.

Raising funds on CrowdJustice works for all kinds of issues, large and small.

Our experienced team will support you in building your page and help you towards fundraising success.

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We partner with lawyers and make funding simple

Trusted by lawyers across the country, CrowdJustice’s donation-based funding is a proven way to pay for legal services.

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£10m

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200,000+

Backers

500+

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Learn more about fundraising on CrowdJustice

Whether you want to take legal action for yourself, a family member, your community or the whole country, CrowdJustice helps you raise funds for legal services.

Access to our fundraising tools and support from our dedicated team make it easy to fund your legal matter.

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CrowdJustice makes legal action possible

"As a small charity, crowdfunding made the difference between being able to stand up for the human rights of vulnerable children and not. We’re at the beginning of legal action, but already have been able to raise awareness around the unequal protection given to children in different settings."

Carolyne Willow
Carolyne Willow, Writer
Raised £11,225 on CrowdJustice

"Crowdjustice were very efficient in helping promotion of our case against the Haringey Development Vehicle and proved a most effective way to reach an extended target for our legal fund."

Gordon Peters
Gordon Peters, Retired
Raised £19,500 on CrowdJustice

"It blew away our expectations. The results from Crowdjustice dwarfed any amount we’ve ever raised online. It genuinely could be the deciding factor of whether the appeal goes forward or not."

Tom Barnes
Tom Barnes, lead campaigner, Campaign Against Arms Trade
Raised over £40,000 on CrowdJustice

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