Why give to the PJC?

“I’m approaching one of those milestone birthdays (60!!) next month, and I am celebrating by teaching a yoga class at The Still Point to benefit one of the best nonprofits you’ve probably never heard of, the Public Justice Center.” So began Nancy Kochuk’s email to friends, inviting them to support the place where she’d volunteered for the past six months. More on Nancy's yoga fundraiser and passion for the PJC.

--Nancy Kochuk, PJC supporter

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You can help the PJC build a just society. Here’s how:

Donate Online

Mail a check to:

Public Justice Center
1 North Charles Street, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21201

Print Donor Form

Become a monthly donor

Set up an automatic monthly gift via credit card online or by calling Erin Brock at (410) 625-9409 x242 or send email:

Donate Monthly

Donate stock

Please call Brenda Midkiff (x232) and Erin Brock (x242) for more information: (410) 625-9409 or send an email:;

Donate Stock

Leave a legacy

Name the PJC as a beneficiary in your will. Call John Nethercut for more information: (410) 625-9409 x238 or send email:

Leave a Legacy

Workplace Giving Campaigns

The Public Justice Center participates in workplace giving campaigns for employees of Baltimore City, Maryland and 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

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The PJC's EIN: 52-1412226

Disclosure statement

The Public Justice Center, Inc. is a charitable organization designated as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)3. Copies of current financial statements are available online or upon request by contacting the Public Justice Center, Inc., at 1 North Charles Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21201, or by telephone (410) 625-9409. Documents and information submitted under the State of Maryland Charitable Solicitations Act are available from the Office of the Secretary of State of Maryland, Annapolis, MD 21401 for the cost of copying and postage.