US criminal justice non-profits need continual support. Supply Justice offers that through donating 100% of the net profit from each sale on our e-commerce sites. Please join us in fighting for one of our most basic rights.
If you know of a criminal justice non-profit that you would like Supply Justice to support, we would like to hear from you. Justice is a fundamental right, yet the US has massive issues that need to be resolved. There are up to 1200 criminal justice non-profits that do some kind of work in the system and we would like to hear from you on which one you would recommend.
Supply Justice sources products that customers recommend and donates 10% of the net profits to the criminal justice non-profit of the customer’s choice. We are just starting and want to get the word out that we are here to help and do it in a collaborative effort with the business, legal community and non-profits.
Our products are general office products and some gifts for female legal professionals. We source the products so that we are competitive and offer high quality, yet donate 100% of the net profit to where the customer feels the best work can be done within the criminal justice system.
For more information visit: http://supplyjustice.com
The Supply Justice store stocks binders and notebooks, paper clips and office accessories, bracelets, briefcases and backpacks, calendars, court exhibit stickers, journals, labels, paper and markers, as well as phone accessories and power strips. Merchandise is available at and site supporters can also recommend a criminal justice non-profit by visiting
Supply Justice aims to promote honesty, transparency, and collaborate so that they have a positive impact, and evoke change. As such, the group strives to support US criminal justice non-profit groups so that they can provide optimal solutions.
Individuals or groups who wish to nominate a U.S criminal justice non-profit organization can visit https://supplyjustice.com/forms-2, while community members looking to support U.S criminal justice non-profits can visit https://www.supplyjustice.biz. To find out more about Supply Justice and becoming one of their approved US justice reform non-profit organizations, please visit the link above.