The Southern Center for Human Rights has been working to transform the criminal legal system in the Deep South for over 40 years. We continue to seek an end to the death penalty, debtor’s prisons, unconstitutional prison conditions, racially-biased policing and prosecution, the criminalization of poverty, and mass incarceration. We challenge injustice throughout the current system and work to realize the promise of equal justice under law. We cannot do it without YOU.
Pillars of Justice Society
Interested in helping to further sustain our work through recurring gifts? The Pillars of Justice Society provides a consistent source of funding that SCHR can rely on to plan for current and future advocacy. This sustained support enables us to spend less time fundraising and more time doing the work so desperately needed.Learn More
Did you know that you could double or even triple your impact on transforming the criminal legal system by requesting a matching gift from your employer?Learn More
PayPal Giving Fund
PayPal Giving Fund helps people support their favorite charities online.Learn More
Stock and Securities Gifts
When you make a gift of appreciated stock, bonds, or mutual funds to SCHR, you receive great tax benefits such as zero capital gains tax and a charitable deduction while funding our work to achieve equality, dignity, and justice in the criminal legal system.Learn More
Through planned giving, your heart for justice can continue to beat. When you name the Southern Center for Human Rights as a beneficiary in your will, retirement plan, savings account, or an insurance policy, you make a commitment to securing equal justice for generations to come. Plan now to impact the future. Click “Learn More” to send an e-mail to Deputy Director Terrica Ganzy to begin the process.Learn More
The Southern Center for Human Rights hosts four major fundraising events throughout the year as well as several lectures, film screenings, and discussions focused on educating our communities about the perils of the criminal justice system. We are always seeking community partnerships in the form of sponsorships and in-kind contributions to support these events.
Click “Learn More” below to visit our upcoming events page. For additional information, please contact Deputy Director Terrica Ganzy at
[email protected] or (404) 688-1202.