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ATJF announces outcome of bids to its Improving Lives Through Advice grant programme

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Congratulations to those who were successful in bids to the Access to Justice Foundation’s Improving Lives Through Advice grant programme:

We’re pleased to announce Round 1 of the Improving Lives Through Advice (ILTA) grant programme which will provide 5-year core funding to 42 frontline legal advice charities based across England. 

We are very excited to have an exceptional cohort of funded organisations and are looking forward to working with them over the next five years to improve access to high quality specialist free legal advice for the people, places, and communities that need it the most. We will also be working with our grantees to build a strong evidence base that will enable us to continue to make the case for further investment in the sector. 

The funded organisations are serving some of the most marginalised communities in England and 5-year funding will make a huge difference to the people they support.

More info: https://atjf.org.uk/five-year-core-funding-programme-launched