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Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Investment – August 2010

Georgia Justice Project received a 2-year, $150,000 grant from the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation for support of its Coming Home Program. The gift will support our efforts to raise awareness among various stakeholder groups of the collateral consequences of an arrest or conviction in Georgia. In addition, the gift will provide support to GJP as we work for smart legislative changes that can impact the millions of people with a criminal record in Georgia who are trying to get on with their lives. To read more about Babcock, Click here to read more.

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GJP Wins Community Service Award – April 2007

The Georgia Justice Project was selected as the 2007 recipient of the Carl V. Patton President’s Award for Community Service and Social Action for best community partner. GJP receives this award because of the partnership it has forged with the internship programs of the Georgia State’s Law School, Department of Criminal Justice, School of Social Work and relationship with the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. Click here to read more

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Client Christmas Party – 2011

On Saturday, December 3rd, GJP held our annual Client Christmas party at First Presbyterian Church. This year more than 160 clients were in attendance. Thanks to our many Board members, volunteers, donors, and friends who donated gifts, money, gift cards, wrapped gifts, and helped on the day of the event. We would not be able to have such successful events without your dedication and support. We appreciate each and every one of you.

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GJP Macon Office

We are proud to announce the opening of our Coming Home Office in Macon, GA staffed by attorney, Ashley Deadwyler. GJP held our first Macon Advisory Committee Meeting on November 30, 2011 followed by an Open House. We are excited about our presence in Macon and all the work that’s being put forth.

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