Stand for Innocence 2020

Our team has been working hard to re-imagine our most important fundraiser of the year. Throughout the month of September, we will release a series of short videos, each featuring one of the members of WashIP’s Freed and Exonerated family. Each video will give you a glimpse into their lives in freedom and deepen your understanding of the true impact of wrongful conviction.

While we will truly miss gathering with you face to face this year, we are excited about the opportunity to reach more of you at once. Last year you helped us raise over $120,000 and this year we have an even more ambitious goal. Check back each week for new videos, invite your friends to follow along on this virtual fundraising journey, and make a donation between now and October 31st to help us meet our goal! 


Special Event Details

JOIN US on Thursday, October 1, 2020, from 5:30-6:30 pm for a special virtual Q&A with our Staff, Board, and Members of WashIP’s Freed and Exonerated Family. Q&A will feature questions from our biggest support, YOU! Submit your questions to, valentina.guy@wainnocenceproject.org by 4:00 pm on Thursday, October 1, 2020. Click here to Purchase your tickets today!

*Ticket sales are a very important part of our yearly fundraiser. If the ticket prices are out of your reach, you can still attend SFI 2020! Just select “I’ll Donate Online” and visit our website to donate what you can, and watch our previously released videos!*  

“My mother literally dissected in front of me, I was forced to stare, not allowed to look away. You have no idea what that does to a person.”

Donovan Allen

Previously Released Videos

“WashIP changed my community by getting me home, so imagine how many good spirited people that WashIP could help come home”

Lester Griffin

“I got out, but there’s nothing for people that were wrongfully convicted… what about the guys that don’t have any family anymore”

Alan Northrop

“to have a chance to be a father was a big deal to me”

Paul Statler

“It failed me, the system failed. It’s stressful; it can tear a person apart”

Tyler Gassman

“I maintained the hope and faith because I knew that I was actually Innocent”

Robert Larson

“… No man should have suffered what I suffered… I got reality and my life back”

Xavier Van Dyke

“… that’ll be a wonderful day when we don’t need the Innocence Project anymore. I believe that they’re going to change a lot more lives.”

Jeramie Davis