It cost nothing to get sent to jail, but a fortune to get someone out. MOJO are the only ones carrying out this work, and therefore donations are not only gratefully received but necessary for MOJO to keep functioning.
– Gerry Conlon, the Guilford Four
MOJO have displayed indomitable spirit, endless energy and rigorous commitment to righting the wrongs of the system. This appeal will give them the funds to extend their work and to help, in an even more practical way, yet more people in need.
– Michael Mansfield QC
We also recognise that those who work on MOJO have the determination and integrity to see the projects through and make them work. They, and sadly, perhaps only they, can do so. I give them my total support and encourage others in any way I can to do the same.
– Gareth Peirce (Leading Human Rights Lawyer)
I have watched MOJO grow from their inception. They are dedicated, honest and diligent and most importantly they bring hope to those individuals who don’t have a voice. They have helped so many on a shoestring budget, and it would be a tragedy of immense proportions to lose MOJO. We need to spread the word and ensure that MOJO continue for years to come; you never know when it might be you or one of your family
– Irvine Welsh, Author
I have so much to thank MOJO for. When my brother was convicted of the murder of Jill Dando, in 2000, we entered a living nightmare. I’m not sure how I would have managed to navigate the confusing world of the judicial system and prison service without their help. There is the need for someone with a road-map for miscarriages of justice to help the next person or family who have to travel this way. MOJO have one.
– Michelle Bates, sister of Barry George
MOJO has been there every step of the way for myself and my family. Knowing I have someone on the end of a phone or available in the office or by coming to my home gives me strength. Without this support I could not have faced dealing with my situation and I know that for the foreseeable future I will continue to need the help I get from MOJO.
– William Mills, Miscarriage of Justice Victim, Exonerated