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Founded in 1998, CRJI aspires to build a tolerant, responsive, and inclusive community by providing restorative justice services to local areas. 

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Your donation will help create empowered communities that are more tolerant, responsive, and inclusive.

Your support helps:

  • Fund activities in local communities that promote nonviolence and restorative ideals

  • Teach and instil restorative principles in local areas

  • Build local capacity to respond to conflict and prevent crime

We are very grateful for your support!

 

To donate by bank transfer, use the following information:

 

 

 

Please put your name as the reference and email crji@crjireland with the subject line "Donations" to let us know that you’ve donated.

To donate by cheque, please make cheque payable to "Community Restorative Justice Ireland" and send it to our office at 105 Andersonston Road, Belfast BT11 9BS with a brief note with your name or reason for donating.

Or, to donate via online payment, click the link below.

Community Restorative Justice Ireland

Sort code:  950679

Account number: 90020427

Help us make a difference! Become a benefactor by donating over £2,000. The generosity of donors helps us sustain our programmes and allows us to maintain rigorous practice standards. Your name will be listed in our annual report and on our website.

Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a benefactor at crji@crjireland.org. 

Throw a community event, fundraiser, or celebration that helps promote safer and more restorative communities. Fundraising helps us achieve our goals and sustain our activities. If you intend to fundraise on behalf of CRJI, please contact crji@crjireland with the details of the event. 

Learn About How You Can Help

Contact Us

Community Restorative Justice Ireland

105 Andersonstown Road

Belfast, BT11 9BS

+44 (0)2890 301521

crji@crjireland.org

Charitable Reference Number: XR38383

Companies Reg: NI42773/Charities NI: NIC103318

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