how you can help

If you want to get involved by volunteering or effecting change, Pact (Prison Advice and care Trust) and the Prison Reform Trust have produced a guide called What can I Do? It details the ways you can help out with youth justice projects, restorative justice, prison visits and independent monitoring boards to name a few.

Download a PDF of What Can I Do?


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Help us to build a just, humane and effective penal system

The Prison Reform Trust works hard to ensure a just, humane and effective penal system - one which reserves prison for the most serious offenders, and treats prisoners and their families with the humanity and respect they deserve. We do this by gathering and disseminating clear and accurate information about the prison system, and promoting practical and constructive solutions to entrenched problems.

 

The Prison Reform Trust neither seeks nor receives funding from government sources. As a result,we are entirely dependent on voluntary donations to support our work. You can help us to continue to lead rational debate on crime and punishment by making a donation to us by a cheque addressed to "PRISON REFORM TRUST",  via our JustGiving page or by texting TPRT13 £3 to 70070. We value every contribution, of any size.

 

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