Mon, Aug 17 | Webinar

How to Apply for a CJI Starving the Beast Fund Grant

The purpose of this webinar is to clarify CJI's grant application process and the scope of the required services. Attendance is not mandatory, but it is STRONGLY suggested that interested and new applicants participate.
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Aug 17, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
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About The Event

The CJI Leadership Circle is an innovative grant-making panel comprised of donors, donor-activists and community organizers impacted by injustice. They share authority and a passion for supporting meaningful, transformative and systemic change of the criminal justice system. Understanding the limited funding for progressive criminal justice organizing, this Circle was launched 20 years ago as a means of creating a new source of support for this critical work. 

Continuing our collaboration with the Open Society Foundations, we are excited to fund community-based options that will reduce incarceration as a response to criminalized behaviors including drug use and related activities, sex work, and other survival behaviors. STB funding is intended to improve the capacity of community-based organizations to deliver resources, provide harm-reduction services, and address policy change that will limit police interactions around mental health, homelessness, and consenting adult behavior

The purpose of this webinar is to clarify the RFP process and the scope of the required services. Attendance is not mandatory, but it is STRONGLY suggested that interested and new applicants participate. Please download and review guidelines on our website and register.

Registration is Closed

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