Help us make today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders.

Donors like you help Discovering Justice empower students to use their voices, discuss the ideals of justice, and learn about democratic values, history, and civic responsibility. Become a monthly donor or make a one-time donation today.

Support By Mail

If you would like to make your gift by mail, please make checks payable to:

Discovering Justice
One Courthouse Way, Suite 1400
Boston, MA 02210

Discovering Justice is a 501 (c)(3) | EIN: 04-3580231

Donate By Stock

We accept donations in the form of stock, government (including municipal) debt and corporate debt through the Depository Trust Company (DTC).

For security, settlement and reduced paperwork, electronic transfer through the DTC is preferred. This can be arranged from most brokerage accounts.

Please contact Development and Administrative Associate Katherine Susich:
(617) 748-4133

Planned Giving

We would be honored to speak with you regarding a gift in your will or living trust, memorial or honorary gifts, and donor-advised funds.

For more information, please contact Development and Administrative Associate Katherine Susich:
(617) 748-4133

Deb Curran

Director of Business Development, O’Brien & Levine Court Reporting

“Volunteering as a juror at the mock trials, I have seen firsthand the impact Discovering Justice’s programs have on students. Discovering Justice makes civic education a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for the students and volunteers.”

Victoria Cavanaugh

7th Grade Math Teacher, Brookline Public Schools

“As a Legal Mentor for  Discovering Justice, I love hearing student discussions as they make connections between the classroom and current issues in the news, while they experiment with using their voices effectively for change.”

Hannah Esquenazi

Associate, Jones Day

“It is crucial that young people learn how to use their voices and get involved. Discovering Justice does just this—it teaches our students how to speak up, craft arguments, and speak coherently about the things that are important to them.”

Jay Blitzman

First Justice of the Middlesex County Division of the Juvenile Court, Retired

“My professional career, both as a public defender and as a juvenile court jurist, has been dedicated to positive youth development and engagement. Discovering Justice helps young people develop agency and the confidence to be heard in all contexts.”

Stefania Raschilla

Chief Instructional Officer, Springfield Public Schools

“Discovering Justice gives our students the opportunity to learn and participate in the justice system in a positive way. Through project-based learning experiences, students realize how they can have a voice and advocate for themselves.”

Tony Jordan

Chair, Discovering Justice Board of Trustees  

“Discovering Justice’s civic education programs are critical to highlight the importance of engagement and collaboration in our democracy. Never has that education been more relevant.”

Give the gift of civic education by supporting us today.

Just as the teachers and students we serve rely on us to provide robust and enriching civic education programs, we rely on you, our community, to financially support and strengthen our capacity to prepare and engage students in our democracy. 

Kayla Nordman

Kayla Nordman believes strongly in expanding access to comprehensive civic education to provide the next generation with the resources they need to uphold and expand upon the values of American democracy and create a more equitable future. Before joining Discovering Justice, she worked as a Legislative Intern at the Massachusetts State House and as a Program Manager for the Massachusetts Center for Civic Education. Kayla graduated from Suffolk University with a BA in International Relations.