Georgia Justice Project is privately funded with gifts from foundations, individuals, and the Atlanta faith community.

Recent Major Foundation funding comes from:

  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Bank of America Foundation
  • The Community Foundation of Central Georgia
  • The Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta
  • The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
  • The Courts Foundation
  • The Robert and Polly Dunn Foundation
  • John & Mary Franklin Foundation
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation
  • The Park Foundation
  • The Porter Foundation
  • The Rich Foundation
  • Ida Ryan Charitable Trust
  • Sapelo Foundation
  • Sara Giles Moore Foundation
  • Sartain Lanier Foundation
  • Thomas M. Kirbo & Irene B. Kirbo Trust
  • Tull Charitable Foundation
  • The UPS® Foundation
  • The Vasser Woolley Foundation
  • The Williams Family Foundation of Georgia
  • Frances Wood Wilson Foundation
  • The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation
  • The David, Helen, and Marian Woodward Foundation

The Atlanta legal community is also supportive of Georgia Justice Project’s efforts:

  • Alston & Bird
  • Atlanta Bar Foundation
  • Bondurant Mixson & Elmore
  • Carlock Copeland
  • Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry
  • Hunton & Williams
  • King & Spalding
  • Lawyer Referral Information Service
  • McKenna Long & Aldridge
  • National Employment Law Project
  • Nelson Mullins
  • Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs
  • Rogers & Hardin
  • Schiff Hardin
  • Sutherland Asbill & Brennan
  • Womble Carlyle

Recent In-Kind and Pro-Bono Services have come from:

  • Alston & Bird (appellate work)
  • Melba Hughes of Hughes Consulting (search for Legal Director)
  • Pro Bono Partnership (assistance with various nonprofit issues)
  • Ragsdale, Beals, Seigler, Patterson & Gray, LLP. 
  • Sutherland Asbill & Brennan (appellate work)

The Georgia Justice Project does not accept court appointments and generally does not seek or receive government grants.  Georgia Justice Project is not a United Way agency.