Georgia Justice Project

A nonprofit organization



Georgia Justice Project (GJP) strengthens our community by demonstrating a better way to represent and support individuals in the criminal justice system and reduce barriers to reentry. 

Who We Are

GJP's work touches every aspect of the criminal justice continuum with two goals: 

1) Reduce the number of Georgians who are under correctional control

2) Reduce reentry barriers for the formerly incarcerated and justice-involved

GJP's approach is to simultaneously work on three distinct levels: 

What We Do


Our innovative, holistic approach helps end the cycle of intergenerational poverty, crime, and increases the wealth building potential of underserved communities.

How You Can Support Our Work

Help us give a second chance to those who need it most to continue a new chapter in their lives - donate to GJP today!

$100 will fund supportive social services$250 will support record clearing, pardon legal consultation, & representation $500 will support community education & outreach to achieve our policy goals 

$1,000 will help fund our new "2nd Chance" Help Desks in Athens-Clarke, Richmond, and Burke counties





Organization Data


Organization name

Georgia Justice Project

Tax id (EIN)



Community Economic Development Humanitarian Aid


438 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312


(404) 827-0027

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