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“Try and identify where the money can go to create conditions for true systemic change.”

– Peter Buffett, son of legendary investor, Warren Buffet
Author of
Life is What You Make It


Seeking Angel Investors & High-Minded Philanthropists (yes, that’s You!) to support an innovative solution to preventing corruption and strengthening society NOW.


You can help fill this cup to overflowing…


THE GOAL: Bring in $1,000,000+ to secure fiscal sponsorship with the nonprofit accelerator, Tides (who will oversee financial management) and implement the Justice CORPS model in private education Now!

What does $1,000,000 bring us?

  • the ability to run a pilot of The Justice CORPS program at two (2)+ schools
  • over the next three (3) years – and again for the next three-year cycle
  • organizational management and oversight for The Amends Project
  • 501(c)3 sponsorship & the ability to apply for a wider range of grants
  • two (2) short documentary films on the first schools taking this brave step for embracing accountability
  • funds to support high-quality professionals in successfully creating this solution

Understand the scope of the problem, and the solution, in this 4-minute video:

Three Ways to Give!


1. Donate Directly to our Nonprofit Paypal Account

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Clicking this button allows you to donate directly
to our nonprofit bank account at any time.

2. Send a check to our mailing address

Checks may be payable to “The Amends Project”

PO Box 1559
Bellingham, WA


3. Send an Anonymous Cashier’s Check directly to the
credit union housing our nonprofit bank account

Simply make payable to “The Amends Project” and mail to:

Whatcom Educational Credit Union (WECU)
PO Box 9750
Bellingham, WA 98227


Thank you!


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Visit for information about the Social Change Memoir, Can’t Stop the Sunrise: Adventures in Healing, Confronting Corruption & the Journey to Institutional Reform

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