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    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Justice Reform$350,0002019for the Community Justice Exchange
    Social Good FundHuman Rights, Justice Reform$100,0002019for the Safe Return Project
    Tides FoundationHuman Rights, Justice Reform$150,0002019for Smart Justice California
    Borealis PhilanthropyHuman Rights, Justice Reform$300,0002018to support the Community Advocacy Bail Reform Fund
    Center for Law and Social PolicyHuman Rights, Immigration$200,0002018to support the Protecting Immigrant Families campaign
    Northern California GrantmakersHuman Rights, Justice Reform$5,0002018to sponsor a free event to educate Bay Area funders about philanthropic investment strategies that advance racial equity
    Immigrant Legal Resource CenterHuman Rights, Immigration$50,0002018for attorney and staff time to participate in the Support for Immigrant and Refugee Students project
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$300,0002018for the Detention Watch Network
    Rosenberg FoundationHuman Rights, Justice Reform$250,0002018for one, three-year, Leading Edge fellow in California
    Silicon Valley De-BugHuman Rights, Justice Reform$90,0002018for the Participatory Defense Network to monitor implementation of the Humphrey bail decision and for De-Bug to provide technical assistance
    UnCommon LawHuman Rights, Justice Reform$5,0002018for sponsorship of the "Heroes 2018: Reuniting Families" event
    Community InitiativesHuman Rights, Immigration$900,0002018for the California Campus Catalyst Fund
    American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern CaliforniaHuman Rights, Immigration$200,0002018to support projects focused on immigrants' rights and criminal justice reforms
    Tahirih Justice CenterHuman Rights, Immigration$100,0002018for Tahirih's San Francisco Bay Area office
    Equal Justice InitiativeHuman Rights, Justice Reform$250,0002018for the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and From Slavery to Mass Incarceration museum
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Justice Reform$200,0002018to support the expansion of communications training programs
    Uptrust, Inc.Human Rights, Justice Reform$100,0002018for a two-year pilot to reduce the number of failure to appear cases in select California counties
    California ChangeLawyersHuman Rights, Justice Reform$125,0002018for general support
    National Center for Youth LawHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$220,0002018to protect and defend immigrant children’s rights while they are in U.S. federal custody and beyond
    California Immigrant Policy CenterHuman Rights, Crim-Imm$200,0002018for general support
    Witness Inc.Human Rights, Crim-Imm$50,0002018to deepen documentation work in the U.S., including at the Southern border and support its use as evidence in legal proceedings
    Human Rights Watch Inc.Human Rights, Justice Reform$500,0002018for research and advocacy in the U.S. to protect human rights in criminal justice and immigration systems
    Vera Institute of Justice Inc.Human Rights, Justice Reform$200,0002018for general support
    The Justice And Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San FranciscoHuman Rights, Immigration$800,0002018for the Northern California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice and the Northern California Rapid Response and Immigrant Defense Network
    Legal Aid Society of San Mateo CountyHuman Rights$140,0002018for the Linking Immigrants to Benefits, Resources, and Education (LIBRE) project
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