2017 Belk Charity Sale Saturday, April 29, 2017 Time: 6 AM to 10AM Where: In Every Belk Store Justice Initiatives (JI) is partnering with Belk for their Semi-Annual Charity Sale! For only $5, you will receive a ticket to Belk’s 4-hour private sale dedicated to supporting non-profit organizations like our’s. 100% of the proceeds from
2015-2016 Annual Report  Annual ReportJustice Initiatives, Inc. releases its ninth Annual Report  2015-16 Annual Report  (8.9mb)  2015-16 Annual Report Short Form (Highlights – 1.4mb) 2014-2015 Annual Report Justice Initiatives, Inc. releases its eighth Annual Report  2014-15 Annual Report  (13.5mb) 2013-2014 Annual Report Justice Initiatives, Inc. releases its seventh Annual Report  2013-14 Annual Report  (14.6mb) 2012-2013
BRIAN CHURCH Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A brian.church@justiceinitiatives.org Biography:  Brian Church has worked as a litigator with Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A since 2010. He represents companies and individuals involved in commercial and employment disputes. He has experience litigating a wide variety of commercial and employment cases, including labor and employment litigation involving discrimination, contracts
Each year, this award is presented to honor an employee who has made a significant and notable contribution to the advancement of the Mecklenburg County court system. The type of contribution made can vary. It may be related to performance, leadership, innovation, advocacy, public education or some other meritorious area related to the public good.
Charlotte, NC – It was just a few months ago that we welcomed Orange and Chatham counties as our first expansion sites. Hot on the heels of these additions, JI is excited to announce that we are growing once again. Buncombe County is now also joining the ranks of communities seeking to educate, advocate, support
Fundraising Events 2017, April 27 – Evening at the Courthouse Fundraiser On Thursday, April 27, 2017, Justice Initiatives, Inc. hosted the 11th Annual Evening at the Courthouse Fundraiser event at the Mecklenburg County courthouse. Many distinguished guests attended, including members of the state and federal judiciary, state and local elected representatives, and leading members of