Justice reform needs your support

Can you help us raise $80,000 by the end of the year?

by Peter Wagner, December 8, 2016

There is another new opportunity to support our work for justice reform. I wrote last week about our $30,000 matching challenge, but another donor has come forward to raise the stakes by $50,000!

The first $80,000 we raise by the end of the 2016 will be automatically matched by other donors. We have a long ways to go to meet this goal (see thermometer installed at the top of the page).

Your support will help us to continue to lead campaigns and produce reports that are reshaping the debate around criminal justice in this country. Just today we released Punishing Poverty: The high cost of probation fees in Massachusetts, and we have another exciting top-secret report scheduled for release on Monday.

We have even larger plans for 2017, but we need your support to make these plans a reality. Can you consider making a gift to support our work today?

Thank you.

Peter Wagner is Executive Director of the Prison Policy Initiative. (Other articles | Full bio | Contact)



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