GJP is Named Top 21 Non-Profits Working in Criminal Justice

Georgia Justice Project (GJP) was recently uncovered as 1 of 21 expert-identified high-impact nonprofits by experts working in criminal justice on a local/state level. As a result, Philanthropedia is highlighting GJP on their website and will also be on GuideStar Take Action website to help direct more donations to the Georgia Justice Project.

The link to GJP’s profile on Philanthropedia’s site can be found by clicking here. 

Philanthropedia is an online resource for donors who want to make a bigger difference with their charitable giving. We believe it’s hard to evaluate nonprofit effectiveness and one-sided metrics like overhead ratios and fundraising efficiencies are misleading and incomplete. Rather, we believe experts working in the field, such as foundation professionals, researchers, and nonprofit senior staff, are best suited to evaluate nonprofits in a more holistic way. As of April 2011, Philanthropedia was acquired by GuideStar. GuideStar is the industry leader in nonprofit data with information on more than 1.8 million nonprofits. And, as an industry leader, GuideStar has a national audience of millions of professionals, funders, advisors, individuals, and others.