Support our work

The Edinburgh Peace & Justice Centre has become a Scotland-wide organisation with a new name – Peace & Justice.  We’re challenging pervasive militarism, advocating for disarmament. protecting the earth in the face of the climate and ecological crises, upholding human rights and challenging systemic injustices. See below for how to become a member.

Or, click on this link to find out more about leaving a gift in your will

At our 2020 Annual Meeting Edinburgh Green MSP Alison Johnstone congratulated us on becoming Peace & Justice.

Can you help us bring our plans to life by donating? 

Please support our work by becoming a member or making a regular donation and be part of building a culture of peace in Scotland. 

You can donate by Bank Card, or by setting up a bank transfer.

Any donation for £25 or above (£12 concessions) will make you a member of Peace & Justice. Members receive three newsletters a year and can vote in our annual AGM.

Please use the comment box above to let us know if you are donating to a specific project: Opposing War Memorial, Peacebuilders education, or Origami Cranes.

To donate offline:

Download this membership formThen complete the form and return it with your cheque or completed standing order form to:

Peace & Justice, c/o St. John’s Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2 4BJ

NOTE that cheques should still be made out to Edinburgh Peace & Justice Centre – as it will take a few months before we can formally change the name of the Charity and on the bank account.

To donate by Bank Transfer: complete the form and return it to us and set up your bank transfer via your online bank account to:

Bank of Scotland Account Name: Edinburgh Peace & Justice Centre
Account: 00207018 / Sort Code: 80-11-30

Keep in touch! Many P&J volunteers give up their time to help support our work. We really appreciate this! If you’d like to get more involved, or just keep in touch with the projects we are running,
CLICK THIS LINK to sign up to our enews mailing list

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