Our Grants

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Grantee
Amount
Year
Program

American Friends Service Committee

Philadelphia, PA

Support to implement a statewide sentencing reform campaign in Arizona. 

$200,000

Term: 9 months

2017
Criminal Justice

Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

San Francisco, CA

Support to develop and promote a comprehensive blueprint for reinvestment in community-based alternatives to incarceration in California. 

$60,000

Term: 12 months

2017
Criminal Justice

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition

Denver, CO

General support. 

$400,000

Term: 24 months

2017
Criminal Justice

LatinoJustice PRLDEF

New York, NY

Support to help promote the Spanish translation of The New Jim Crow and engage Latinos in criminal justice reform. 

$25,000

Term: 10 months

2017
Criminal Justice

Texas Public Policy Foundation

Austin, TX

Support to advance state sentencing reform in coordination with state-based campaigns by generating support from conservative audiences through Right on Crime initiative. 

$300,000

Term: 24 months

2017
Criminal Justice

Urban Institute

Washington, DC

Support to catalyze the need for and promotion of community-centric investment initiatives within the justice policy community that result in targeted investments that assist justice system-involved individuals. 

$350,000

Term: 24 months

2017
Criminal Justice

Voice of the Ex-Offender

New Orleans, LA

Support to develop and implement a statewide sentencing reform campaign to reduce incarceration in Louisiana. 

$200,000

Term: 12 months

2017
Criminal Justice

National Juvenile Justice Network

Washington, DC

Support for targeted networking and capacity building activities among state-based advocacy member groups to advance juvenile justice reform. 

$200,000

Term: 7 months

2017
Juvenile Justice

Vera Institute of Justice, Inc.

New York, NY

Support to provide technical assistance to the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice on improving aftercare services and meaningfully incorporating youth voice into agency-led reform efforts. 

$185,000

Term: 12 months

2017
Juvenile Justice

ArchCity Defenders

St. Louis, MO

Support to Civil Rights Corps, for initial organizational development support for its innovative work on creating effective legal challenges to systematic injustices within the criminal justice system. 

$25,000

Term: 6 months

2017
President's Discretionary Fund
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