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Help us help people: donate to Law Centre (NI)


We made sure Elizabeth's mum didn't have to pay additional fees for nursing care.  

How you can help

You can help support the Law Centre’s work by becoming a member or by making an online donation on our LocalGiving page.

Law Centre (NI) is a charity working to promote social justice.

We help people and advisers with social justice issues.

We help people like you and me who are finding themselves in difficult circumstances at some stage in their lives.

We work throughout Northern Ireland, defending the rights of employees, people with disabilities or who need long term care, families in need of state support, migrant workers, young people who have been trafficked or people subjected to forced labour etc.

We make sure our clients get the money and support they are entitled to. We fight test cases which benefit whole categories of people. We advocate for their rights through our policy work.

We empower frontline advisers in their advice work through specialist training and information.

Although our immigration advice service is temporarily suspended due to funding restrictions, we continue to support refugees and asylum seekers through policy and information.

Our impact

In 2014-15, we answered nearly 9,000 phone advice queries, took on over 400 new cases, trained over 700 people, and our online guide was used more than 200,000 times.


There are two other ways to make a donation:

Cash donation:  You could make a donation by cheque to: Law Centre (NI), 124 Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2GY

Standing Order:  A regular donation, however small, can be made by standing order. Please contact finance for a standing order form finance@lawcentreni.org





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