In November 2020 the East Ribble District successfully applied to the ELMC Grant Making Committee for a grant to purchase laptops and mobile phones. This letter has been received from Sarah Elliot on behalf of Hope for Justice.

Dear Ms Ward & The Trustees of East Lancs Masonic Charity, 

I am delighted to be able to share with you Hope for Justice’s most recent Annual Review. The work of Hope for Justice has been more necessary than ever this year and we have risen to that challenge, with our programmes reaching more than 200,000 people around the world – the most we’ve ever supported.  You may be particularly interested to read of the expansion of our work across the North West, as featured on page 16. 

None of this would have been possible without your help. All of our generous donors, past and present, have helped get Hope for Justice where they are today. Thank you for the part you have played – we hope you are inspired by reading all that has been achieved this year.  

For sustainability reasons, our Annual Review is being shared with you as a PDF, but please contact us if you wish to request a printed copy.  

If you have any questions about details contained within our report, or wish to discuss our work further, a member of our team would be delighted to speak with you.  

Thank you again for your support. Together, we will be the generation to end Human Trafficking.

Kindest Regards, 

Sarah Elliott
Partnership Officer – Trusts and Foundations
Hope for Justice, P.O. BOX 5527, Manchester, M61 0QU
T: 0300 008 8000 DD: 01615280251 

The Annual Review is HERE