Individuals currently held in Davidson County Jails
of those cases will conclude with no conviction
People set free by Nashville Community Bail Fund
Over 800 people don’t have the means to post bail. Our bail fund provides financial support so they can go home before their trial and get back to their jobs, lived and loved ones.
Our goal is to get you, the Nashville community, into the courtroom so we build a more educated community. We need to hold our elected officials accountable and empower voters to make decisions that will mend our broken justice system.
In 2022, every Nashville judge, chief public defender and district attorney are up for reelection. We need to demand more accountability from these elected officials to set realistic bail amounts based on a person’s ability to pay.
Freedom needs to be free.
In America, we are taught innocent until proven guilty, but when you cage someone against a dollar amount they can’t afford to pay, you are treating them as though they’ve already been convicted.
We’ll plea for donations so the innocent don’t have to plea guilty.
How it Works.
Donations to the Nashville Community Bail Fund are invested into our bail fund and used to free those who have not been convicted of a crime. Every donation has the potential to compound as all funds are reinvested into the bail fund to provide freedom to those who cannot afford it.
1247 low-income Nashvillians bailed out since June 2016
Total bonds posted
24 bails on average posted each month
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