Please donate to London ABC…
We always need money, the majority of which gets spent on postage and when possible, sending postal orders and stamps to prisoners who are low on funds. We also need cash for printing costs, such as flyers and prison guides.
We welcome any donations, no matter how large or small.
If you would like to donate via Paypal then click above.
Any cash, stamps or stationery can be dropped off at Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7QX.
Thank you to everyone who has donated money to us so far.
Cheers to Acoustic Insurgency, the Anti-fa Ceilidh crew, Kingston Defendant Support, Rob, Freedom Press and the mighty Colorama crew, as well as everyone else who has given individual donations, x.
London ABCLondon Anarchist Black Cross, is a collective set up with the aim of supporting prisoners: political prisoners, people in detention centers or just people fucked over by the capitalist system. If you know of any one inside who would like to be added to our prisoner lists, or you would like to get involved email: london_abc(at)riseup.net
DisclaimerThe listing of any prisoner or any activities on this site is for information purposes only, and should not be construed by any state organisation as representing our active support for their actions or those activities.
Tag Archives: prison
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