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    Grant Amount

    Results: 201-225 of 320

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    County of San Mateo Human Services AgencyHuman Rights, Immigration$4,0002017to support the second annual Immigrant Integration Summit
    Civil Rights CorpsHuman Rights, Justice Reform$25,0002017for general support
    California ChangeLawyersHuman Rights, Justice Reform$85,0002017for #MeetYourDA statewide events and activities to inform and engage law students of color in creating a pipeline for more diverse, reform-minded prosecutors
    Asylum AccessHuman Rights, General$40,0002017for general support
    Community InitiativesHuman Rights, Justice Reform$70,0002017for Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth
    Human Rights FirstHuman Rights, General$40,0002017for general support
    Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law CaucusHuman Rights, Immigration$250,0002017for activities to defend against mass deportations and ensure that California remains a leader in protecting and advocating for its immigrant communities
    Legal Aid Society of San Mateo CountyHuman Rights, Immigration$60,0002017to support LIBRE's public benefits work
    Marshall Project Inc.Human Rights, Justice Reform$100,0002017for general support
    Community InitiativesHuman Rights, Immigration$300,0002017for Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)
    Chinese For Affirmative ActionHuman Rights, Immigration$5,0002017for sponsorship of the first Celebrating Our Roots fundraiser and reception
    National Association of Community and Restorative JusticeHuman Rights, Justice Reform$2,5002017to sponsor the National Restorative Justice Conference for 2017
    Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto IncHuman Rights, Immigration$310,0002017for the immigration program
    Human Rights Watch Inc.Human Rights, Justice Reform$200,0002017for research and advocacy in the US to protect human rights in criminal justice and immigration systems
    Impact JusticeHuman Rights, Justice Reform$100,0002017for the design phase of an evaluation that will measure the implementation and outcomes of the Restorative Justice Youth Diversion (RJYD) National Evaluation
    The Justice And Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San FranciscoHuman Rights, Immigration$175,0002017for the Northern California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice
    Essie Justice GroupHuman Rights, Justice Reform$300,0002017for general support
    SparkHuman Rights, General$15,0002017for general support
    The Nation InstituteHuman Rights, Immigration$100,0002017to support reporting at the Nation Institute on immigration policy and the criminalization of immigrant communities
    Fund for Global Human RightsHuman Rights, General$40,0002017for general support
    Neo Philanthropy Inc.Human Rights, Immigration$20,0002017to engage NEO's senior fellow Kung Li to explore the current mass criminalization and immigration landscape and to plan and convene a group of funders to direct resources to priority needs in the field
    Tides FoundationHuman Rights, Justice Reform$200,0002017for the Restorative Justice Fund’s start-up administrative costs and pooled grantmaking fund
    Tides FoundationHuman Rights, Justice Reform$30,0002017for Smart Justice California
    Civil Rights CorpsHuman Rights, Justice Reform$200,0002017for general support
    Tides FoundationHuman Rights, Justice Reform$213,8002017to increase the communication capacity of the Accountable Justice Collaborative
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