National Alliance of Faith and Justice — Criminal Justice Reform

Award Date 
3/2017
Grant Amount 
$100,000
Purpose 
To support the National Alliance of Faith and Justice's work in advancing criminal justice reform by empowering victims of crime to become advocates for safe and just communities.
Topic (focus area) 

Published: April 2017

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $100,000 to the National Alliance of Faith and Justice to support work on criminal justice reform.

This is a discretionary (formerly called “no-process”) grant. For discretionary grants, the grant investigator (in this case Chloe Cockburn, our Program Officer for Criminal Justice Reform) can recommend the grant without needing to go through our normal process of providing their reasoning, discussing with the team, and providing input on and review of our public page. These grants are limited to a relatively small proportion of our grantmaking, and some other stipulations apply to what types of grant are eligible. The overall aim is for us to be able to move forward on relatively small and low-risk grants, based purely on the judgment of a single staff member and with minimal delay.