We take no money from any government or Ministry of Defence sources.
We are funded through individual donations, independent trusts and foundations.
We received start-up and follow-on funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and support from the Stephen Lloyd Awards, Scurrah Wainwright Trust and Bolt Burdon Kemp.
The legal firm Bates Wells has provided us with an enormous amount of pro bono support and legal assistance.
We have been granted further funding from the National Lottery Community Fund and the Clifford Chance Foundation.
In summer 2020, we were granted core funding for 3 years from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.
The Centre for Military Justice is a small but growing charity and we rely on generous donations to carry out our vital work. We know that not everyone has the means to help us financially, but for those that do, we can say that every single penny counts.
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