American Conservative Union — Center for Criminal Justice Reform (2017)

American Conservative Union
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To support the work of the Center for Criminal Justice Reform, led by Pat Nolan and David Safavian.

The Open Philanthropy Project awarded a grant of $206,000 to the Center for Criminal Justice Reform (CCJR) via the American Conservative Union Foundation to support the work of CCJR, led by Pat Nolan and David Safavian. This grant falls within Open Philanthropy's work on criminal justice reform.

CCJR is a center within the American Conservative Union that aims to increase support for criminal justice reform from conservative policymakers in Congress and at the state level, as well as among the conservative base more broadly. This is a renewal grant, similar in purpose to Open Philanthropy's 2016 support for CCJR, that will allow the project to maintain its current staffing level through 2017.

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