Denton Bail Fund

A nonprofit organization

$200 raised by 1 donor

4% complete

$5,000 Goal

The Denton Bail Fund started out as a GoFundMe campaign to bail out Denton protesters who were in danger of being arrested under the unconstitutional city curfew set in response to the June protests in honor of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Originally, unused funds were to be donated to the Dallas Bail Fund. However, as the curfew was repealed and local protesters who were arrested had the support they needed, volunteers with the Denton Bail Fund decided to address the broader need for bail assistance and form a permanent bail fund.
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Our Needs

Monetary donations
Rideshare cards/vouchers
Volunteers for future projects


The Denton Bail Fund is an all-volunteer collective of folks who believe that no one should be incarcerated simply because they cannot afford bail. We operate on a case-by-case basis and are completely dependent on community support for funding.

Equity Statement

Denton Bail Fund supports the full abolition of the racially unjust cash bail system. This system disproportionately affects low income individuals and people of color who are overrepresented throughout the carceral state.

Organization Data


Organization name

Denton Bail Fund

Tax id (EIN)




Human Rights, Civil Rights & Advocacy, Justice-involved adults or youth, Social Services

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served


BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


2565 Quail Ridge Dr
Denton, TX 76209