New Hampshire Bail and Bond Fund
What We Do
Believing that no one should be in jail for the "crime" of being poor, the New Hampshire Bail and Bond Fund (NHBBF) raises donations and posts bail to free low-income people who are in jail awaiting their trial dates.
You can support our work here. Please write "bail fund" when prompted for the purpose of your donation.
Valley Street Jail, Manchester, New Hampshire
Our fundraising video from the summer of 2018, staring Alame Simwerayi, featured above.
Who We Are
Is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization currently operating in Hillsborough County
Was officially launched in September 2018 with generous support from the Manchester NAACP
Is part of Unitarian Univeraslist Action New Hampshire, a 501(c)3 organization that serves as the fiscal agent of NHBF and provides a tax-exempt umbrella
Provides bail for people being held at Valley Street Jail in Manchester
Works with the United Church of Christ to help provide bonds for immigrants held at the Strafford County jail in Dover
To refer clients who need help, or for more information, email email@example.com.
When making a referral, please include information about the client’s charges and circumstances.
You can donate online at here. Please write "bail fund" when prompted for the purpose of your donation.
You can also mail a check to:
NH Bail and Bond Fund, c/o UU Action NH
P.O. Box 492
Concord, NH 03302-0492
Please write "bail fund" in the memo line.