Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

Donating to the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

Below is our fundraising email. You can use it  or adapt it to circulate to contacts to help us with our continued campaigning.

Thank you

Dear Comrades and Friends

The 1984-85 miners’ strike has over the years produced a wide range of events and activities throughout Britain celebrating and commemorating the epic struggle. Many of these events have been organised or have an input or presence from the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign.

Since our formation in 2012 the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign has been campaigning for an inquiry into state organised police brutality used against striking miners at Orgreave in June 1984. The Conservative Government continue to refuse any kind of inquiry, so we need to continue with our campaign.

We are writing to you to appeal for funds to support costs involved in organising our various Orgreave events and activities. All our funding comes from individual activists and the Labour and Trade Union movement either through donations, buying our fundraising merchandise or funding in kind. However, as you know, the pandemic and the continuing cost of greed crisis is really taking its toll on us and many individuals and organisations financially. We need to carry on fundraising to be able to continue with our campaigning work.

Please consider making a donation. You can make a payment into our Campaign PayPal account on the PayPal DONATE section which can be found on the home page on our website. Link here:
Or you can make a cheque payable to: Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign and post to us. Please email us at to find out where to post your cheque to.
You can also organise a Bank Transfer.
Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign
Account No: 20328034
Sort Code: 60-83-01
You could also organise a regular monthly standing order to our account.

Please visit our web page for more information about our events and

Thank you for your continued support.

Solidarity and best wishes

Kate Flannery
Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign