The Ruskin Foundation
MJW was supported through the Ruskin Foundation by individuals who are committed to the ideals of John Ruskin.
The Ruskin Foundation has responsibility for the world’s largest collection of the works and former possessions of the writer, artist and social visionary John Ruskin. Its activities range from support for scholarly and intellectual endeavour, the pursuit of social and artistic projects which apply to particular aspects of Ruskin’s legacy and the encouragement of a wider understanding and dissemination of his ideas, with special emphasis upon their relevance to the world today.
The Monument Trust
The Monument Trust is one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts which share a common administration, but are otherwise independent of each other. One of the areas that Monument award grants to is organisations who focus on prisoners’ resettlement, advice and mentoring, and alternatives to custody.
The LankellyChase Foundation
The LankellyChase Foundation works to promote change which will improve the quality of people’s lives. They focus particularly on areas of social need
that aim to help the most disadvantaged in our society fulfil their potential.
The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation was established in 1961 by Ian Fairbairn as a memorial to his wife Esmée. Today it is one of the largest independent grant-making foundations in the UK.
The Foundation funds charitable activities of innovative organisations that aim to break new ground particularly by trying to help disadvantaged people to participate fully in society.
The Indigo Trust
Indigo is a charitable trust which is currently exploring ways of promoting information equality in Africa. In the past, the trustees have supported charities with an innovative approach to the criminal justice system.
They are now changing the Trust’s focus, to explore ways of promoting information equality among disadvantaged people and communities. They are predominantly interested in supporting projects using Information Computer Technology for development (ICT4D) in Africa.
Please note: Make Justice Work was a dBIS Registered Community Interest Company No.06548425 that received no public funding.