This website is a work in progress and continuously being added to and evolving.  Some links may work or not work.  

Lawyers, Academics and Interested Persons wanting to add to this site are invited to contact info@miscarriageofjustice.com.au

© 2018 The materialse. Copyright Notice

MOJO

SPONSOR MOJO

The MOJO team are a passionate and committed group of people, with a unified goal of freeing the innocent and reforming the system.

As a SPONSOR of MOJO you whole heartedly support the cause and mission of MOJO. You attend organised MOJO events to bring awareness to the cause and further promote reform and the need for a criminal review commission.  As a sponsor of MOJO you brand/business/organisation is promoted "front and centre" with MOJO at all events.  

MOJO

SPONSOR

As a Sponsor of MOJO you are one of the following;

Business, Brand or Organisation.

As a sponsor of MOJO you actively endorse the MOJO Project Mission, and use your business, brand or organisation to support the MISSION of MOJO and advocate for reform.  You give MOJO a voice, through your own voice. 

As a sponsor of MOJO you receive a one page profile on the MOJO website with directory link of your logo on the front page.

Your authourise the use for your brand name, business or organsiation to be collectively used in our advertising media as required.

You attend all MOJO events, and again your brand, business or organisation is represented at all events in advertising material. 

You are provided with the MOJO logo to use on your website.

Your banners are used at all our major events. 

Your invited also to contribute to our MOJO quarterly newsletter and blog, with your adverts representing your brand, business or organisation appearing in the newsletter.

You will receive a welcome pack inclusive of your own business cards to disburse and spread the word of MOJO.

Sponsorship fee $2900

 Miscarriage of Justice is a not for profit organisation. MOJO greatly appreciates and relys on experts with knowledge in specialised fields and all those that do the 'behind the scenes' work, so YES they must be paid for that time, knowledge and expertise.    

However they are paid a substantial reduced fee unlike typical standard legal fees, and MOJO relys on paid membership.  Membership is completely free and you will be updated on events and symposiums highlighting cases.

All proceeds and donations received go towards the legal costs of those currently incarcerated and requiring representation. 

 

Joining MOJO allows for one collective strong voice to be heard, for those that currently cannot be heard.