Joining GFADP will allow you to stay up to date on the latest news related to Georgia's death penalty, including upcoming executions, advocacy opportunities, and other events.  Making a financial contribution of any amount will also help us expand and strengthen the statewide movement working for fairness in Georgia's criminal justice system.   

Membership in GFADP is free, but please consider making a contribution along with your membership!  Contributing to GFADP helps support our programs to educate Georgians about the death penalty, build our statewide coalition, and support our staff.  All contributions help and any size donation is welcomed!


Thank you for considering a donation to GFADP!  Your contribution helps us build and strengthen our statewide coalition, educate Georgians about the realities of capital punishment, and carry on the fight to end the death penalty in Georgia and around the world!

GFADP is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.  Click the Contribute button below to make your contribution.

Write to a Person on Death Row

Many people on death row have little or no contact with those of us outside of prison.  Becoming a pen-pal is an easy way to bring light into someone else's life, or your own. 

Write Letters to the Editor

Media coverage responds to the views of readers, so Letters to the Editor are a powerful yet easy way to make your voice heard and raise awareness in your community.  You can write letters to your local paper or TV station urging them to increase their coverage of death penalty related issues, praising positive coverage, or criticizing negative coverage.


Each time the state of Georgia puts someone to death, GFADP members mobilize to stand vigil in protest of the state's brutal and dehumanizing action, and in solidarity with the person being executed.  We hold vigils in many communities around the state, including the state capitol in Atlanta and the site of death row in Jackson, Georgia.  See the list below to find the vigil nearest you and a local contact person:


Augusta Judicial Center, 735 James Brown Blvd, 30901

6:30 PM

Contact: Ayman Fadel (706-284-3002)


1324 GA Hwy 49 South, 31719

7 PM

Contact: Elizabeth Dede (229-591-0114)


UGA Arch on E. Broad St. 

6:30 PM

Contact: Robbie Buller (706-338-4572)


State Capitol, 206 Washington St. 30303

6:30 PM



226 Grant St. 30523 (Clarkesville Courthouse near the gazebo)

6:30 PM

Contact: Helen O’Brien (706-968-2490)


101 E Court Square (Ponce side of Old Courthouse)

6:30 PM

Contact: Andrew Johnson (770-301-6986)

GA Diagnostic and Classification Prison (Jackson)

2978 GA-36 Jackson, GA 30283

6:30 PM

Contact: Mary Catherine Johnson (404-273-0621)

Johns Creek

St. Brigid Catholic Church, 3400 Old Alabama Road

6:30 PM

Contact: Cathy Schneider (502-592-9123)


Macon City Hall (700 Poplar St.)

6:30 PM

Contact: Kellie Divis ( 770-315-0353


12 E Park Square (Cobb County Courthouse, Cherokee St/Roswell St.)

6:30 PM

Contact: Debbie Freel (404-641-7719)


2 E Bay Street (City Hall at Bay St. and Bull St.)

5 PM

Contact: Sister Jackie Griffith (912-484-8378)