The Justice Education Society is a non-profit organization that relies on the support of numerous funders and partners.
The Justice Education Society’s core funders include:
Canadian International Development Agency
The Canadian International Development Agency is Canada’s lead agency for development assistance. It has a mandate to support sustainable development in developing countries in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more secure, equitable, and prosperous world.
City of Vancouver
The City of Vancouver’s Social Planning Department works with community groups and other civic departments to address critical social issues facing the city.
Law Foundation of BC
Established in 1969 as the first law foundation in North America, the Law Foundation of BC is a non-profit foundation created by legislation to receive and distribute the interest on clients' funds held in lawyers' pooled trust accounts maintained in financial institutions.
Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice is responsible for legal services in two separate and distinct areas - the independent prosecution of criminal matters and the provision of legal services to government.
Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education provides leadership and support to the K–12 education system through governance, legislation, policy, and standards, and insists on accountability, from monitoring performance to reporting results.
The Justice Education Society’s project funders (current and previous) include:
In addition, we extend our heartfelt thanks to the individuals and organizations that contribute to our Justice Education Fund.
The Justice Education Society’s formal partners are:
These organizations helped found our organization in 1989 and continue to guide us through appointed representatives on our Board of Directors. Some of these organizations are also our Funders.