Even in the wake of death penalty abolition in Washington, WCADP plans to keep our doors open. We have considered the experiences of other states and know we can expect attempts to bring the death penalty back. Continued public education about the problems of the death penalty will make those reinstatement attempts less likely to gain traction, and maintaining our community of abolitionists will allow the coalition to rally support quickly if such action is ever needed. It takes over $400 per month to keep our virtual doors open, covering our administrative fees, database & engagement platform, website, and insurance. And it takes just over $800 per month to do all that and keep the literal doors open at our office space Seattle.
WCADP is primarily supported by donations from our membership. A gift of any amount makes you a member for a year. Will you consider a gift of $25, $50, $100, or more to keep our doors open as we move from pursuing abolition to defending abolition?
Stefanie Anderson on behalf of all of WCADP