How to Help

7 Very Simple Ways to Support in Achieving Justice for Kevan

On September 2nd 2007, Kevan was arrested for a crime he did not commit.

Contact and Moral Support is more important than you think.

There are a few ways that you can get in contact with Kevan.

  1. Write a letter to his current address as outlined on our contact page.
  2. Use to type out a message which will be printed and delivered.
  3. Leave a message via our contact page, which we will try to deliver to him as soon as we can.

We recommend asking to be added to his list of telephone contacts so he can speak with you directly over the phone too.


Reach out to your local MP

Attend Protests and Gatherings

There are protests and gatherings which happen regularly to rally support. If you want to be kept in the loop, please sign up to the newsletter at the footer of this website or drop us a message via the contact page.

More information can be found on the FRFI website and IWW website.



It is well documented that Kev’s belongings are very regularly vandalised or stolen by prison staff. He typically uses funds to further his cases and appeal, and always needs access to additional writing material, books, extortionate prison phone credits and legal assistance.

  • Use the government website to send in money to Kevan. 
  • Reach out via our contact form if you’d like to support in any other way or via another payment method.

Legal Support and Volunteering

Kevan is always working with Law students, volunteers, and self-starters.

Get in touch directly with Kevan via the methods outlined above if you feel like you can help support his cause, or if you want to interview or document anything about his case or situation.


Like, Share, Comment…

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Similarly, commenting on our website posts and showing support is very helpful.

Participating in Active Events

We are raising money in solidarity with Kevan Thakrar, held captive in prison for 13 years. In 2008 at the age of 20 Kevan began serving a life sentence, with a minimum term of 35 years, under the racist “joint enterprise” doctrine.