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How to donate to bail-out funds in 30 different U.S. cities

Helping protestors be released from jail is one way to show your support

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As the United States heads into another week of nation-wide demonstrations against police brutality and the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department, thousands of protestors and activists have been arrested. Donating to a local or national bail-out fund is just one way to show your support for the movement and those putting their bodies on the front lines. We've rounded up bail-out funds in more than 30 different cities across the U.S. in addition to national funds. 

If you'd like to donate directly to the families of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, you can do that here and here. You can also split a donation between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds, and racial justice organizers from across the nation here

Cities are listed in alphabetical order, after national services:  

NATIONAL 

Community Justice Exchange National Bail Fund Network

LGBTQ Fund

National Bail Out #FreeBlackMamas

 

ATLANTA 

Atlanta Solidarity Fund

Forsyth County Community Bail Fund

Atlanta Mutual Aid Fund

New Georgia Project

 

AUSTIN 

400+1 Bail Fund

Austin Justice Coalition

 

BALTIMORE 

Baltimore Action Legal Team

BALT Community Bail Fund

 

BOSTON 

Massachusetts Bail Fund

 

CHARLOTTE 

NC Community Bail Fund of Durham

Emancipate NC (Freedom Fighter Bond Fund)

Alamance County Community Bail Fund

 

CHICAGO 

Chicago Community Bond Fund

Believers Bail Out

Champaign County Bailout Coalition

More ways you can support Black Lives Matter and other groups protesting in Chicago

 

DALLAS 

Texas Organizing Project Community Bail Out Fund

 

DENVER 

Colorado Freedom Fund

 

DETROIT 

Detroit Bail Fund

The Detroit Bail Project

 

HONOLULU 

Hawaii Community Bail Fund

 

HOUSTON 

Restoring Justice Community Bail Fund

 

KANSAS CITY 

Kansas City Community Bail Fund

Race Matters Friends Community Bail Fund

Reale Justice Community Bail Fund

 

LAS VEGAS 

Vegas Freedom Fund

 

LOS ANGELES 

Peoples City Council Freedom Fund

Los Angeles Mutual Aid Fund

More ways you can support Black Lives Matter and other groups protesting in Los Angeles

 

MADISON 

Free the 350 Bail Fund

 

MEMPHIS 

Memphis Community Bail Fund

 

MIAMI 

(F)empower Community Bond Fund

IWOC Statewide Bail Fund

Florida LGBTQ Freedom Fund

Tampa Bay Community Support Fund

 

MILWAUKEE

Milwaukee Freedom Fund

 

MINNEAPOLIS 

Minnesota Freedom Fund

 

MONTGOMERY 

Montgomery Bail Out Fund

 

NASHVILLE 

Nashville Bail Fund

 

NEW ORLEANS 

New Orleans Safety and Freedom Fund

YWCA Greater Baton Rouge Community Bail Fund

 

NEW YORK 

Brooklyn Bail Fund

Emergency Release Fund

Mutual Aid NYC

First Friends of NJ & NY Bond Fund

OAR of Tompkins County Bail Fund

More ways you can support the Black Lives Matter movement and protesters in NYC right now

 

PHILADELPHIA 

Philadelphia Bail Fund

Philadelphia Community Bail Fund

Dauphin County Bail Fund

 

PITTSBURG 

Bukit Bail Fund of Pittsburgh

 

PORTLAND 

PDX Protest Bail Fund

 

RICHMOND 

Richmond Community Bail Fund

 

SAN DIEGO 

DeDe McClure Community Bail Fund

 

SAN FRANCISCO 

NorCal Resist Activist Bail & ICE Bond Fund 

 

SEATTLE 

Northwest Community Bail Fund

 

TUCSON 

Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund 

 

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