Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta is the first and only nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the civil rights of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in Georgia and the Southeast.
ACLU Foundation of Georgia
The ACLU of Georgia Foundation enhances and defends the civil liberties and rights of all Georgians through legal action, civic education, and engagement.
Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute
Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute’s mission is to increase civic engagement and to build power in predominantly Black communities.
Brennan Center for Justice
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School is nonpartisan law and policy organization that works to strengthen democracy, end mass incarceration, and protect liberty and security.
Center for Election Innovation & Research
The Center for Election Innovation & Research has a proven track record of working with Secretaries of State from around the country to build voter trust and confidence, increase voter participation and improve the efficiency of election administration.
Common Cause Education Fund
Common Cause Education Fund supports national, state, and local efforts to strengthen democracy using research, public education, coalition building, and litigation.
Fair Count works to build long-term power in communities that have been historically undercounted in the census, underrepresented at the polls, and whose communities are often torn apart in redistricting.
GALEO Latino Community Development Fund
GALEO seeks to increase civic engagement and leadership of the Latino community in Georgia.
Georgia Alliance for Progress Education Fund
The Georgia Alliance for Progress Education Fund is serving as the Fiscal Sponsor of the Black Male Voter Project (BMVP) Education Fund. The BMVP Education Fund seeks to increase the number of Black men who become civically engaged in Georgia.
NEO Philanthropy is home to The State Infrastructure Fund — a donor collaborative working to increase civic participation and advance voting rights among people of color and historically underrepresented communities.
New Georgia Project
The New Georgia Project is a civic engagement organization focused on engaging and advocating for the large and growing population of racial minorities in Georgia. NGP exists to register all eligible people of color in Georgia and increase their participation in elections.
ProGeorgia supports and coordinates 40 diverse civic partner organizations around the state by developing infrastructure, executing joint strategies, and employing new tools to assure a responsive government to diverse constituencies in Georgia.