Survived and Punished Convening in California (December 2017), bringing together organizers, advocates, and survivors to strategize how we can #FreeThemAll.

For Giving Tuesday and beyond, we ask your support in amplifying and raising funds to support and free criminalized survivors. As organizers, advocates, and survivors, Survived and Punished works to end gender based violence, including carceral systems designed to punish survivors for survival, whether by criminal legal and immigration systems, police, jails, prisons, and deportations. Read more about our analysis here.

FUND OUR MOVEMENT. Support grassroots organizations that are growing and nurturing our movement to end criminalization of survivors. These are organizations that are running freedom campaigns to free criminalized survivors, directly supporting criminalized survivors through prison visits, letter writing events, and fundraisers, and leading educational and organizing efforts on criminalization and gender violence.

Survived and Punished

Survived and Punished organizes to free criminalized and incarcerated survivors and our communities.


California Coalition for Women’s Prisoners¬†builds collective power inside and outside prisons.

DIRECTLY SUPPORT CRIMINALIZED SURVIVORS. Your donation will directly support criminalized survivors with basic necessities such as commissary, food, housing, legal fees and more.

Love & Protect Sustaining Survivors Campaign

Help criminalized survivors pay for their daily and basic needs, including food, clothing, transportation, and housing.


After 20+ years of incarceration, Barbara is expected to come home soon. Please support Barbara in her transition!


Raise funds for legal defense and basic needs for Nikki Addimando, who was charged with second-degree murder in a struggle to defend her life from her abusive partner and father of her children.

Welcome Home, Kelly

Please welcome our community leader Kelly back home by donating to help rebuild her life after 20+ years in prison.

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