We just got an unexpected phone call from Anthony Graves! He says thank you to everyone who has donated and he says that these donations mean a lot to him because they come from the hearts of the people giving. He says the funds are greatly needed right now. We are going to take the funds to him in person on Saturday. There is still time to donate before we deliver the donations. We are at $1949, so just a little more needed to pass $2,000 raised.
We are in the midst of a fundraising campaign to help Anthony Graves after his exoneration from Texas death row. We plan to deliver the funds to him the Saturday before Thanksgiving, which will be his first Thanksgiving celebration as a free man in 18 years. A lot of very generous people have already donated. We thank everyone who has donated so far and we can’t wait to deliver the funds to Anthony. You can still donate.
As of 3 PM today, we had raised $1949 for Anthony Graves.
If you would like to donate to help Anthony Graves, you can make a donation to TMN using a credit card by clicking here.
On October 27, Anthony Graves became the 12th person exonerated after being wrongfully convicted and sent to Texas death row. Anthony is a completely innocent man who spent a total of 18 years locked up for a crime he had absolutely nothing to do with. Twelve of those years were spent on Texas death row in a tiny cell having his food shoved through a small slit in the door. The other years were spent in jail awaiting retrial and facing the prospect of again being sentenced to death. Anthony is now back in the loving embrace of his family and friends and soon he will enjoy his first Thanksgiving holiday as a free man in 18 years.
So, we would like to ask everyone to help us help Anthony Graves. We would like to be able to raise and send him $1,000 before Thanksgiving. If we raise more, then that would be even more helpful for him. If you would like to help, you can send a donation and we will pass it along to Anthony. $1,000 is not much in the great scheme of things, but it will help Anthony at a time when he could really use it.