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The Barton Child Law and Policy Center is grateful for the support of the following organizations. Their previous or current financial contributions enable the Center to continue its research, public education, and advocacy work on behalf of Georgia's abused, neglected, and court-involved children.

  • A Future. Not a Past.
  • The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
  • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • The Barton Family Fund at the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
  • Casey Family Programs
  • The Children's Justice Act funds administered by the GA Department of Human Services
  • The Eli Lilly Corporation
  • Emory Office of University Community Partnerships
  • Emory University Women's Club
  • Equal Justice Works
  • First Focus
  • The Freddie Mac Foundation
  • Georgia Bar Foundation
  • Georgia Children and Youth Coordinating Council
  • Georgia Governor's Office for Children and Families
  • Georgia Power, a Southern Company
  • Hedge Funds Care
  • John Wieland Homes
  • Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  • Open Society Institute
  • The Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Public Interest Breakthroughs, Inc.
  • The Sapelo Foundation
  • The Schapiro Group
  • Supreme Court of Georgia Committee on Justice for Children
  • University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana School of Social Work Children and Family Research Center
  • The Zeist Foundation

The Barton Center also relies on individual donations to support our research and public education efforts. Your contribution directly supports the work of the Barton Child Law and Policy Center to improve the lives of abused, neglected, and court-involved children.

Two key areas that donations support are the Robin Nash Fellowship and Research and Public Education.

The Robin Nash Fellowship program honors the work of the late Dekalb County Juvenile Court Chief Presiding Judge Robin Nash by launching the careers of talented new child advocates. The research and public education work of the Barton Center contributes to systemic improvements addressing the needs of court-involved children. Improved systems lead to improved outcomes and better lives.

Donate

If you wish to donate online, use theĀ Emory University online contribution form and in the "select fund" drop down box, choose either "Robin Nash Fellowship" or "other" and write "Barton Center operations" in the text box. Thank you for your generous support; our work would not be possible without community contributions.

If you wish to mail your donation, send a check made payable to "Emory University," with "Robin Nash Fellowship" or "research support" on the memo line, to:

The Barton Child Law and Policy Center
Emory University School of Law
1301 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322


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