Build a community around your case and get funded
Raise funds and support for your legal issue
Create your CrowdJustice page
How it works
Whether you are taking legal action to create change for yourself, a family member, your community or even your entire country, CrowdJustice is here to support you. Our tools make fundraising easy:
Tell your story
Build your CrowdJustice page, tell your story and show what you want to achieve with the funds.
Spread the word
Share your page far and wide, mobilizing your network to support your cause. We’ll provide helpful hints and tips to support your efforts.
Start collecting pledges and watch the total funds pledged climb on your page. Once you’ve hit your initial fundraising target, funds donated will go directly to your lawyer.
Avg. time to hit target
4 in 5
Crowdfunding works for legal matters of all types and sizes
We've seen people raise as little as £300 for some initial advice, and as much as £300,000 to get all the way to the Supreme Court.
Campaigners challenge government surveillance powers
Neighbours protect green space from link road development
Women of Northern Ireland seek NHS abortion service in England
Junior doctor overturned decision striking her off the medical register
Victims of a serious sexual offender overturn his release from prison
Couple secure the right to heterosexual civil partnerships
12 year old Deaf boy seeks British Sign Language GCSE
Cancer survivor secures HPV vaccine for both boys and girls
Women's rights groups challenge policy restricting child tax credits
Iraqi student challenges his deportation from the UK
Junior doctor wins whistleblowing protection for other junior doctors
Local resident gets emergency injunction to halt fracking
Families raise funds for legal representation at sons' inquests
Set up your CrowdJustice page in minutes
We know that taking legal action can be stressful. That’s why we’ve made using CrowdJustice as easy as possible. You can set up a CrowdJustice page within minutes and launch your page within 24 hours.
CrowdJustice pages are optimised to collect as many pledges as possible. Millions of dollars have already been raised through CrowdJustice to fund various kinds of legal action.
Why use CrowdJustice?
Raise funds and support with the dedicated crowdfunding platform built by lawyers for people taking legal action.
Built for legal
CrowdJustice is specially tailored for legal action. Unlike other crowdfunding platforms, we handle compliance issues and transfer funds raised to your lawyer directly.
Experts in fundraising
We've helped hundreds of people raise nearly £10 million to cover the costs of legal action. Our support team are on hand to provide tips, tools and resources for crowdfunding success.
Creating your CrowdJustice page is easy. You can get set up in 5 minutes, and launch within 24 hours.
What people who have used CrowdJustice say about us
Jacquie Ostrom, Counselor
Raised $1,539 on CrowdJustice
Crowdfunding was the best way to get enough money to cover the hard costs for our legal case. I received excellent information and support from before we launched right up until the end of our fundraising.
Hugh Madden, Communications Director for Progress Michigan
Raised $7,000 on CrowdJustice
Progressive organizations don't always have the resources to fight for what's right in court. Thanks to CrowdJustice, we were able to use the power of participation to raise the necessary funds to help fight for a more accountable and transparent government.
Rodney Cruz Jr., Veteran (Iraq and Afghanistan)
Raised $11,890 on CrowdJustice
CrowdJustice provided an ideal stage for me to tell my story directly to people who care about it – that was absolutely essential to attract the community who went on to support our case.
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone can raise funds on Crowdjustice.
The only requirement to launch your page on the platform is to have a lawyer instructed or be working with a registered organisation (such as a charity).
We use two fundraising targets - the initial target and the stretch target .
The initial target is the initial amount of money you seek in order to take legal action. If the target is not reached within 30 days, cards will not be charged and we do not collect any fees. Once the initial target is met, funds will be transferred to your lawyer (or associated organisation), net of fees & charges.
After reaching the initial target, you can choose to move onto a stretch target , which allows you to continue raising funds for your legal action. Any funds not used in relation to the legal action fall under CrowdJustice's unused funds policy.
Launching your CrowdJustice fundraising page is completely free. This allows you to tell your story, mobilise a network of supporters and achieve justice with support from our team along the way.
If you reach your initial fundraising target, CrowdJustice charges an administrative fee of 3% of funds raised and a third-party payment processing charge.
Funds raised are transferred directly & securely to your lawyer, net of fees & charges.
For more information, take a look at our Terms & Conditions.
The important things for success are a well-written CrowdJustice page, which helps people to understand your issue, and engaging a network of supporters to help you spread the word.
You will be able to access our toolkit, with handy hints on writing a good fundraising page, as well as support from our team, who can offer expert advice and help you towards crowdfunding success. Click here to get started.
Crowdfunding works for legal issues of all sizes, large and small, including personal and local community issues.
Tell us more about your legal issue and begin building your page: click here to get started.
It's not only high profile matters that succeed in getting funded. We’ve seen personal and local legal matters build a strong following and reach (or even exceed) their fundraising targets.
If you care about your legal issue, chances are someone else will too. Whether it's friends and family who want to help out during a difficult time or members of your community who have experienced the same issue as you, people are often more inclined to help than you might expect. Click here to get started.