The Ahimsa Collective — “Life Comes From It” Fund Administration (2020)

The Advisory Circle of the Ahimsa Collective, the nonprofit organization that administers the Life Comes From It fund. (Photo courtesy of the Ahimsa Collective.)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. The Ahimsa Collective staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.


Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $155,000 to The Ahimsa Collective, run by restorative justice practitioner and leader Sonya Shah, to support administrative costs of the Life Comes From It fund. The fund provides grants of up to $25,000 to restorative justice, transformative justice, and peacemaking projects.

This follows our November 2019 support and falls within our focus area of criminal justice reform.

The Ahimsa Collective — “Life Comes From It” Fund Administration (2019)

The Advisory Circle of the Ahimsa Collective, the nonprofit organization that administers the Life Comes From It fund. (Photo courtesy of the Ahimsa Collective)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. Ahimsa Collective staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.


Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $155,000 to the Ahimsa Collective, run by restorative justice practitioner and leader Sonya Shah, to support administrative costs of the Life Comes From It fund. The fund provides grants up to $25,000 to restorative justice, transformative justice, and peacemaking projects.

This follows our November 2018 support and falls within our focus area of criminal justice reform.

The Ahimsa Collective — “Life Comes From It” Fund Administration

The Advisory Circle of the Ahimsa Collective, the nonprofit organization that administers the Life Comes From It fund. (Photo courtesy of the Ahimsa Collective)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. Ahimsa Collective staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $150,000 to the Ahimsa Collective, run by restorative justice practitioner and leader Sonya Shah, to support administrative costs of the Life Comes From It fund. The fund provides grants up to $25,000 to restorative justice, transformative justice, and peacemaking projects.

This discretionary grant is a renewal of our July 2017 support and falls within our focus area of criminal justice reform.

The Ahimsa Collective — Restorative Justice Movement-Building Report

Restorative justice practitioners participate in a listening session in the Bay Area. (Photo courtesy of Project Ahimsa)

Grant investigator: Chloe Cockburn

This page was reviewed but not written by the grant investigator. The Ahimsa Collective staff also reviewed this page prior to publication.

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $15,000 to The Ahimsa Collective via Community Works West to support the completion of a restorative justice movement-building report. The report is intended to be a resource for donors and advocates interested in supporting restorative justice

Archived copy of link: @Wikipedia, August 2017 [archive only]@ work, and will include reference data on movement-building efforts to date as well as recommendations on funding strategy. This grant falls into our work on criminal justice reform.

This is a discretionary grant.

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