Exonerees have no federal guarantee of remuneration or support to help them rebuild their lives.
That’s why we are here, and that’s why we need you. We provide “day one” care packages (food, clothing, cell phones, toiletries), connect exonerees to desperately needed social service and mental health resources and bring them together so that they can help one another.
It costs, on average, $30,000 in the first year to help an exoneree rebuild their life.
Your monthly gift will go a long way in helping them access housing, trade internships, education/certifications, and basic supplies and utilities.
Please choose a monthly contribution level:
Exonerated Nation is a fiscally sponsored project of The Praxis Project a 501(c)(3) public charity.
HOW CAN YOUR $100 DONATION HELP?
Can provide 2 hours of career counseling + resume writing
HOW CAN YOUR $500 DONATION HELP?
Can provide 2 months of counseling to begin repair of PTSD
HOW CAN YOUR $1000 DONATION HELP?
Can sponsor an exoneree for a healing retreat – including counseling and meditation
DID YOU KNOW?
African Americans are seven times more likely to be wrongfully convicted of murder than white individuals
There have been 2,684 exonerations in the U.S. since 1989
More than 24,150 years lost
217 exonerations in California – ranking 4th in the U.S. behind Texas (389); Illinois (336); and New York (298)
NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EXONERATIONS | October 29, 2020