Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative
The Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative provides grants to organizations using community organizing for criminal justice reform. Grantees target issues that include (but are not limited to) police accountability, racially biased sentencing policies, growth of the for-profit prison industry, criminalization of youth, and the death penalty.
The Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative makes grants to community groups that are building a base for taking collective action against injustices within the criminal legal system and have a long-term vision and engage strategies that promote justice within the criminal legal system
This opportunity awards $2,000 to $6,000 grants for criminal justice reform activism. This money is for dismantling mass incarceration and building movements led by people whose lives have been affected by the criminal legal system.
The deadline to apply for the Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative is December 1. An information session is Monday November 12.