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JusB is an independent charity and we are totally reliant upon donations and grants for our existence.  It takes £136,000 per year to ensure that JusB can continue to operate. There are many ways that you can be involved with helping us to achieve this figure.


There's no better time than now to make a gift for the future


Regular Gifts

One of the best ways for individuals and groups to support us is through regular giving.  Request a Standing Order form here from Cathryn. 

Click here or call us to discuss multi-year giving from trusts.



One-off Donations

You can give online by clicking the red CAF button in the top right corner, or make cheques payable to JusB Limited and post to us, our address is 51 College Road, Bromley BR1 3PU.


We also have an account with Stewardship Services scheme.









Gifts in your will

JusB also accepts gifts made in your will.  When making or updating your will you may want to take along our address details click here and our registered charity number which is 1099401.


Business, Schools and
Group Donations

​There are a range of ways that your business or group can help JusB. Email fundraiser or call to discuss options.

Gifts in Memory
You can set up gifts to remember someone who has died through BT my donate to remember someone special. Contact us if you would like to know about making collections at funerals or a memorial service, so that we can tailor something fitting for your loved one.
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A big thank you to our many funders including:


  • People's Health Trust

  • William Wates Memorial Trust

  • Jack Petchey

  • Holman, Fenwick & Willan

  • London Community Foundation

  • Bromley Community Fund

  • Affinity Sutton Digital Communities Fund

  • Children in Need

  • Persimmon Homes Community Champions Fund

  • The Mercers' Company

  • Red Nose Day (Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund)

  • The Makers of Playing cards

  • HSBC

  • Faithorn Farrell Timms (FFT)

  • Ravensbourne Rotary Club


and many other trusts who prefer to remain anonymous

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