Donations can be deposited directly into our account.

BANK: Lloyds TSB Bank

ACCOUNT NAME: Justice For Aafia Coalition


SORT CODE:  30-94-42
IBAN: GB37LOYD30944241160960


Or use our Standing Order Donation form here.

If you would like to donate specifically to Aafia’s legal defence and advocacy fund then please donate with the reference ‘legal fund’.

General donations will be used to finance JFAC’s minimum costs to further the campaign for Dr Aafia Siddiqui such as printing, postage, purchase of merchandise for fundraising purposes etc. All profit from merchandise and remaining general donations goes towards the defence fund. No members of JFAC accept any financial renumeration for their time and efforts. No money is transferred directly to Aafia Siddiqui in prison.

Online Donations

We have removed our on line payment option via Paypal, as Paypal have limited JFAC’s account temporarily. We hope that the account access is fully restored soon. We sincerely apologise to any donors for the inconvenience caused. In the interim period we advise that donations are directly deposited into our bank account.

Donating Outside the UK

Dr. Aafia’s family is working with groups around the world to secure funding and continue the legal defense and advocacy for Dr. Aafia, including investigations into the disappearance of her children and the fate of young Suleman who is still missing after almost thirteen years.

To Contribute:

In Pakistan: Aafia Movement

In the USA: International Justice Network (IJN): for Legal Activities – please make any donations with the reference “AAFIA SIDDIQUI CASE”; for details see website link here

The Peace Thru Justice Foundation – for Advocacy Activities –

NB: Regarding Donations to MLFA:
The Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA) is no longer involved with funding for Dr. Aafia’s case and any monies donated to them will not go towards any aspect of Dr. Aafia’s case. The family have requested that MLFA kindly cease to use Dr. Aafia’s case, her name, statements or any statement from family members for their fund raising activities in order to avoid confusion among potential donors.

Please remember that legal defense funds are safe, practical and effective!

“Ms. Siddiqui was allegedly subject to unlawful imprisonment and interrogation and following her ordeal was deported to the United States to face charges of attacking her captors. Contributing to the defense of an individual under these circumstances is not only perfectly legal, it is – to quote Judge Webster – ‘in the highest tradition of American values.’”— Charles D. Swift. Attorney at Law