Via Aiden King on ActBlue:

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  • Louisville Community Bail Fund – Exists not only to bail out folks, but to provide post-release support to get them from jail, fed and to a situation of safety. LCBF also maintains a focus on preventative measures for those targeted by law enforcement and threatened with incarceration.
  • Philadelphia Bail Fund – A revolving fund that posts bail for people who are indigent and cannot afford bail and advocates for the end of cash bail in Philadelphia
  • LGBTQ Freedom Fund – The freedom fund posts bail to secure the safety and liberty of people in jail and immigration detention
  • Chicago Community Bond Fund – The CCBF supports individuals whose communities cannot afford to pay bonds themselves and who have been impacted by structural violence
  • Forsyth County Community Bail Fund – Helping people unable to afford bail gain their release from pretrial detention using community donations
  • Luke 4:18 Bail Fund – A project of Faith In Texas that aims to draw attention to the inequities in the money bail system and engages community members – especially those directly impacted – in the processes to address those injustices
  • Connecticut Bail Fund – Their mission is reduce direct harms caused by criminalization, incarceration and deportation while building power among people and families most impacted by these systems
  • Restoring Justice Bail Fund – A partnership of Pure Justice, Restoring justice and The Bail Project to pay bail for people in need during COVID-19
  • Dauphin County Bail Fund – The DCBF helps to make sure that the right to a fair trial is not dependent on your ability to pay bail
  • Northwest Community Bail Fund – NCBF provides cash bail for those who are unable to pay due to poverty and who are charged with crimes in King and Snohomish Counties and have no other holds
  • Hamilton County Community Bail Fund – Helps pay bail for people who are awaiting trial in Hamilton County, allowing them to continue their lives
  • Bukit Bail Fund of Pittsburgh – A coalition of individuals and organizations striving to provide support for those incarcerated in Allegheny County Jail
  • Community Justice Exchange National Bail Fund Network – The National Bail Fund Network is made up of over sixty community bail and bond funds across the country
  • Massachusetts Bail Fund – The Massachusetts Bail Fund pays up to $2000 in bail so that low-income people can stay free while they work towards resolving their case and is committed to harm reduction of pretrial sentences and to abolishing pretrial detention and supervision in the long-term.
  • Hawai’i Community Bail Fund – A member of the National Bail Fund to keep people out of jail, protecting the presumption of innocence and proving that cash bail is unnecessary
  • Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund – Established to address the disproportionate impact of the cash bail system on communities of color and vulnerable populations in Pima County,
  • Memphis Community Bail Fund – A revolving fund that helps people avoid the potentially devastating consequences of of extended pretrial detention
  • Mississippi Bail Fund Collective – A coalition of social workers, attorneys and activists from across Mississippi working to address the injustices of cash bail
  • Philadelphia Community Bail Fund – Their mission is to end cash bail in Philadelphia. Until that day comes, they post bail for residents of Philadelphia who cannot afford to pay for their freedom
  • National Bail Out #FreeBlackMamas – Reuniting families and resisting mass incarceration by fighting to end money bail and pre-trial detention
  • Richmond Community Bail Fund – Restores the presumption of innocence to defendants so they don’t lose their jobs, families and critical services while also reducing the financial burden on the Richmond community of detaining citizens prior to their day in court
  • Nashville Community Bail Fund – Frees low-income persons from jail, connects with their loved ones and works to end wealth-based detention through community partnerships
  • Fronterizo Fianza Fund – This is a community bond based in El Paso that works to get migrants out of detention and is also posting bail for protesters.
  • Free the 350 Bail Fund – Pays bail for people incarcerated in the Dane County, WI, jail system and seeks to end the unjust prison and jail system.
  • NC Community Bail Fund of Durham – Fights to end cash bail and provides assistance to those who cannot afford it.
  • Colorado Freedom Fund – A revolving fund that pays ransom (posts money bond, pays cash bail) for people unable to afford the cost of buying their own freedom.
  • Kansas City Community Bail Fund – Our mission is to give those who cannot afford bail a fighting chance at getting a positive outcome in their case rather than be persuaded to plead out through the use of a revolving fund.
  • New Orleans Safety and Freedom Fund – Making New Orleans a safer, more equitable place to live, by redesigning the role money plays in the criminal justice system.
  • Portland Freedom Fund – A pretrial bail fund dedicated to posting bail for people in the Portland area and ending money bail in Oregon.

And many more via Act Blue’s website.