We at Maverick City started with a dream to make space for alienated musicians, to break the unspoken rules that exist in the gospel music world, and to be a megaphone for a community of creatives that have been pushed to the margins of the industry. Now more than ever the world needs a plurality of strong diverse voices carrying messages that can help reshape the world. One of our messages is that freedom should be free.
Almost half a million people are behind bars in the U.S. before they’ve even gone to trial, simply because they don’t have the money to get out.
Their absence is heartbreaking. Their silence is deafening. Let’s raise our voices.
We are disrupting the cash bail system to make a difference in our communities affected by mass incarceration. Join us by donating what you can to the Jubilee Fund today.
Maverick City has joined forces with The Bail Project, a national nonprofit organization on a mission to end cash bail, one of the key drivers of mass incarceration and structural racism in the U.S. criminal legal system. Through the Jubilee Fund, they hope to encourage other artists to join them and The Bail Project in the fight to end cash bail. All donations go directly into The Bail Project’s National Revolving Bail Fund to pay people’s bails. To date, The Bail Project has posted over $47M in free bail assistance for over 17,000 low-income people across the country. They also provide post-release support through court reminders, free transportation, and voluntary referrals for housing, substance use treatment, and other services based on a person’s needs. Make a difference today by donating to the Jubilee Fund.