How you can help - How we can help

The HJC is now seeking funds to help directly with legal costs involved in the forthcoming court cases. If you can donate any money towards the campign please contact us at the address below.

In this section you can see how people have helped raise money for the campaign in their areas by holding raffles, auctions and charity matches. Many small businesses and pop groups have also pledged their support.

There are many ways the HJC can help with school projects, research etc. We are preparing a bboklet for this purpose, but please get in touch with us at the addess below if there is something in particular we could help you with.

Survivors & Witnesses Appeal

There are still very many people affected by Hillsborough . If you are a survivor, we can assist in identifying sources of help and provide a space to talk with people who went through the same experiences.

We still need help to continue the legal struggle, some survivors of the disaster may be able to assist as witnesses in up coming court cases.

Quick Find - Contact Us

The Hillsborough Justice Campaign
PO Box 1089
178 Walton Breck Road
L69 4WR
Tel / fax : 0151 2605262

email: hjcshop@tiscali.co.uk


The group also provides support to survivors & others affected by the Hillsborough Disaster.

We find that there is a unique bond felt between survivors because maybe of the shared experiences.

Subsequently survivors can find it easier to talk to another survivor, mainly because you don't have to explain your feelings or fear that others don't fully understand or relate.

'Survivors Guilt' is a common reoccurring feeling felt by many, even today, that we escaped but so many others didn't. This can sometimes be difficult for others to understand.

If you feel that you could benefit by talking informally to another survivor then please contact the group.

While we can't directly offer professional counselling we have helped survivors just by listening & reflecting on those horrific events that so many witnessed & still feel so vivid & real today.

Survivor's perspectives

Pete Carney - Survivor of the Hillsborough disaster
Gary - Hillsborough Survivor recounts his experiences
Joe Glover - brother of Ian and survivor, died in 1999.
Stevie Dooling - writes on why the struggle continues.