This campaign started as part of London Legal Giving Week

Please give generously to support our Heat or Eat for Justice campaign this Christmas and beyond.

This will help frontline free legal advice agencies increase their life-changing work this winter. 

Could you make a one-off donation or donate some of your Christmas fundraising to a great cause?

Please consider donating and raise vital funds for free legal advice services. You can donate as much or as little as you can – as a one-off donation or perhaps from your Christmas fundraisingwhether it be a bake, a raffle, a sweepstake, or any other activity!

The cost of living crisis is widening the poverty and justice gap further, at a time when legal advice charities are “fighting to keep the doors open every day”. Inflation and the spiralling cost of living has come hard on the heels of the pandemic; those who are suffering the most are the least well off in society. Their income is insufficient to keep up with day to day living.

The choice to heat the home or feed themselves and their family is stark for some people.

LLST is increasing our support to free legal advice agencies, ensuring they can cope with the tsunami of people coming to them every day for help. We are providing extra grants and more advisers to advice agencies to help our communities’ poorest people through a long hard winter and beyond. 

Legal advice charities are anchors in the community; they provide support, advice and referrals to give people the help they need during the cost of living crisis.

Your fundraising will help those most in need and make a real impact this Christmas and going forward.

Watch barrister and TV personality, Rob Rinder, explain why Heat or Eat for Justice is so important:

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How donations make a difference

The money raised will go towards providing extra support to local community and grassroots organisations.  Your donations ensure agencies can deliver legal advice around debt, benefits and housing problems, as well as triage people in need of referrals to foodbanks and help with grant applications for fuel bills. 

This project will help provide thousands of people with life-saving free legal advice in the face of the cost of living crisis