You create justice.
People like you are at the heart of the Public Justice Center. When you make a gift, call your legislators, and volunteer your time, you invest in effective social justice advocacy for people to earn enough to feed their families; have stable, affordable homes; and access quality health care.
Join the Lawyers’ Alliance and raise awareness and money for the Public Justice Center.
Share your legal skills through our Litigation Partnership.
Your support allows the Public Justice Center to advocate alongside people who are often disregarded when they speak up to defend their basic needs.
For over thirty years, we have taken a stand with those who would be ignored, oppressed, dismissed, and discounted. When landlords ignore tenants who raise concerns about rats and mold in their homes, we speak up in court. When employers ignore workers who question why they haven’t been paid, we sue for their wages.
Year in and year out, people like you have fueled the long fight to challenge the causes of poverty and inequity, to change the systems that keep people down.
Public Justice Center
201 North Charles Street, Suite 1200
Baltimore, MD 21201
Many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage their employees (and sometimes spouses and retirees) to contribute to nonprofit organizations. Use this search tool to see if your employer participates in a matching gift program.
Set up an automatic monthly gift via credit card online or by contacting Erin Brock by email or at (410) 625-9409 x242 .
Champions of Justice share gifts totaling $1,000 or more in a year. Join these Champions in supporting the Public Justice Center by making one or more gifts in a year that add up to at least $1,000.
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) accepts stock gifts on behalf of the Public Justice Center. Instructions for making a stock gift are available on BCF’s website. When contacting BCF, please let them know that your gift is for the Public Justice Center. Please also contact PJC Director of Development Kathleen Gregory by email or by phone at (410) 625-9409 x239 to let her know that you plan to make a gift.
Please contact Kathleen Gregory by email or by phone at (410) 625-9409 x239 for more information.
Name the PJC as a beneficiary in your will, your retirement plan, or your life insurance policy. Contact Kathleen Gregory by email or (410) 625-9409 x239.
The Public Justice Center participates in workplace giving campaigns for employees of Baltimore City, Maryland and the federal government, as well as the private sector. Make a gift through the following campaigns by using the PJC’s designation number.
United Way of Central Maryland Campaign: 6393 (includes Baltimore City government employees and the private sector)
Maryland Charity Campaign: 521412226
Combined Federal Campaign: 40003
The Rikki Fleisher Fund honors the memory of one of our most ardent supporters. The Fund was created by Rikki’s children, Paula and Julian, to support the PJC’s commitment to and capacity for developing exceptional staff by affording opportunities to participate in transformative professional development experiences.
Maryland attorneys can make a gift to the Public Justice Center when filing their pro bono and IOLTA reports online.
Public Justice Center, Inc. is a §501(c)(3) organization, gifts to which are deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes. The Public Justice Center is incorporated in the State of Maryland. Copies of current financial statements are available upon request by contacting the Public Justice Center at 201 N. Charles Street, Suite 1200, Baltimore, MD 21201 or by telephone at 410-625-9409. Documents and information submitted to the State of Maryland under the Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act are available from the Office of the Secretary of State, Annapolis, MD 21401 for the cost of copying and postage. The Public Justice Center is registered to request contributions in the states that require charitable solicitation registration. See our charitable solicitation disclosures page for more information.