· Free the imprisoned innocent using DNA testing and analysis
· Educate the public about the problem of wrongful convictions
· Advance practices to prevent others from suffering the same fate
· Connect the exonerated with resources to help rebuild their lives
Why It Matters
An estimated 3-6% of incarcerated men and women are innocent. In Georgia and Alabama, that's a minimum of 2,500 innocent people sitting in prison for crimes they did not commit! Many of their cries for help are contained within the 7,200+ files of people who have sought GIP's assistance over the years.
GIP Exoneree John White celebrates his freedom from wrongful imprisonment.
How You Can Help
Our work on behalf of the imprisoned innocent is only made possible because of support from people like you. Please consider partnering with us by making a gift to Georgia Innocence Project on Georgia Gives Day / Giving Tuesday.
· Donate on this web page
Here’s how you can give:
· Text GIP to 91999
· Give by phone at (404) 373-4433
· GIP gratefully accepts gifts of appreciated stock.
For more information please call us at (404) 373-4433