Charitable Bail Bonds Funds

At Bail Bonds Network, we want to offer the most help we can for anyone that is looking for help getting out of jail. Bail bonds typically do a great job giving people their freedom back until they are given the opportunity to prove their case in court.

Bail Reform

Unfortunately, for some, the cost associated with a bail bond, even if it’s only 10% of the bond, can be too much to afford. In such situation, helpless individuals are put in a situation where they are unable to leave jail until their are proven innocent in the court.

This creates a potential downward spiral for an individual and has spurred a bail reform movement. Someone that is unable to leave jail risks losing their job, school eligibility, and potentially relationships. Is it a fair system? We at Bail Bonds Network think that the process is not always fair and want to help those in need of help that simply can’t afford the 10% bail bond fee. We want to help people before their lives get even more difficult than they already are.

The good news is that many people are starting to realize that a problem does exist. We have done extensive research to find options for those that are unable to afford the 10% bail bond fee. There are options, although still limited since it’s early in development. Charitable bail funds are being created to help cover the 10% fee so people can be released from jail and move forward with their life. The goal is to help avoid job loss and further set-back for those that are already in a difficult situation financially.

The charity bail funds that we discovered are paving a new way until more options are available. We are listing the bail funds on our website and highlighting them ahead of others because they stand for the right thing – people’s freedom and a fair shake for everyone. Funds are currently being explored in additional cities like St. Louis, Miami, Cincinnati, Oakland, Philadelphia, and Austin.

Charitable Bail Organization

We encourage anyone that needs financial help to reach out to these funds. Those that are fortunate enough to have benefited from the funds or that have the resources to provide financial support, please contact the funds directly for a donation. It is a great cause as we strive to find the balance in supporting everyone during their time in need.

Massachusetts Bail Fund
2161 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02140

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund
195 Montague Street, 14th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Just City Memphis
Memphis, TN
Phone: (901)206-2226

 Northwest Community Bail Fund
1245 10th Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
Phone: (206)323-0300

Chicago Community Bond Fund
PO Box 479015
Chicago, IL 60647
Phone: 1-844-363-2663

 The Bronx Freedom Fund
360 East 161st Street
Bronx, NY 10451

Connecticut Bail Fund
New Haven, CT
Phone: (203)340-1116

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