The Ordinary People Society donations received
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Basic donee information
Donation amounts by donor and year for donee The Ordinary People Society
Full list of donations in reverse chronological order (4 donations)
|Donor||Amount (current USD)||Donation date||Cause area||URL||Influencer||Notes|
|Open Philanthropy Project||280,000.00||2017-12||Criminal justice reform||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ordinary-people-society-general-support-2017||Chloe Cockburn ||Discretionary grant renews https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ordinary-people-society-prodigal-child-project (2016 grant) and is for general support. See also https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/prodigal-child-project-general-support (a related grant). Affected countries: United States; affected states: Alabama|Georgia|Florida|Tennessee; announced: 2018-02-15.
|Open Philanthropy Project||300,000.00||2016-12||Criminal justice reform/formerly incarcerated people||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ordinary-people-society-prodigal-child-project||Chloe Cockburn ||Grant supports the Prodigal Child Project, which organizes pastors in the Southern U.S. in support of prisoners, former prisoners, their families, and communities, as part of larger campaigns to raise public awareness and reduce incarceration. The work is led by Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, a formerly incarcerated person who has long worked for reforms in Alabama and surrounding states. This grant would allow Pastor Glasgow to begin building up the infrastructure of his organization. Affected countries: United States; affected states: Alabama|Mississippi|Florida|Georgia; announced: 2017-02-02.
|Open Philanthropy Project||125,000.00||2016-07||Criminal justice reform||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ordinary-peoples-society-general-support||Chloe Cockburn ||Grant was support Pastor Kenneth Glasgow in launching the Prodigal Child Project, which will train and organize pastors in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Georgia as advocates for reducing incarceration. Affected countries: United States; affected states: Alabama|Mississippi|Florida|Georgia; announced: 2016-09-09.
|Open Philanthropy Project||50,000.00||2016-03||Criminal justice reform||https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/criminal-justice-reform/ordinary-people-society-criminal-justice-reform||Chloe Cockburn ||Grant to support work on criminal justice reform only. Discretionary grant (called a "no-process" grant at the time) decided by program officer Chloe Cockburn. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2016-03-15.