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Families Against Mandatory Minimum (FAMM)

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

FAMM is a offender rehabilitation program based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1991. As of 2019 they had $4.0 million in revenue and $4.0 million in assets.

FAMM (Families Against Mandatory Minimums) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization fighting for smart sentencing laws that protect public safety.

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: Families Against Mandatory Minimums Foundation.

(202) 822-6700
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Program areas at FAMM

State programs: famm's state work has two components: (1) project states, which arethe states in which we have aggressive, full-scale campaigns for reform led by in-stateproject directors, and (2) opportunity states, which are states where: we see anopportunity for reform, we seek to bring a unique or additional voice to the discussion, orare invited to testify or weigh in on a proposed reform. Presently, the states in which wework are: Arizona, Pennsylvania, north carolina, Florida, Missouri, and Texas.

Federal program: famm's federal program is focused on eliminating federalmandatory minimums and preserving and improving advisory guidelines so that judgescan make individualized assessments of offenders. We also work in prison policy reform,supporting policies that provide incarcerated individuals with access to meaningful workand educational opportunities, as well as substance abuse and mental health treatment.we believe that all corrections facilities should be safe and that individuals who areincarcerated should remain close to their homes in order to maintain and strengthenimportant family bonds. Central to both our sentencing and prison policy reform work iseducating policymakers on these issues. We carry out this mission by creating newbriefing and educational materials; hosting capitol hill rallies, panels, and briefings;testifying before legislatures and the u.s. Sentencing commission; and advocating forpresidential pardons and commutations.

Public education program: famm's media, public, and member outreach improvesawareness of existing sentencing and prison policy problems to build support for reform.famm's communications team creates and distributes press releases, op-eds, actionalerts, and social media posts that highlight and complement reform efforts. We prideourselves on being a one-stop-shop for news, information, case studies, and analysis onsentencing laws and reforms for our 37,000+ membership via our website, e-alerts, andsocial media.

Form 990s for FAMM

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Nov 8, 2019990View PDF
2017-12Oct 16, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Sep 25, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Sep 2, 2016990View PDF
2015-12Aug 23, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for FAMM

Total grants, contributions, etc.$3,991,502
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$19,388
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$4,010,890

Vendors for FAMM

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Microsoft ServicesSoftware2020-03-17
█████████Fundraising software; CRM software; Marketing software2020-03-03
█████████Content management system software2020-03-03
█████ ███ ██████████ ███Tax accounting2019-08-26
███ ██████████ ███Communications Organization$322,0002018-12-01

Personnel at FAMM

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Jason FlomChief Executive Officer of Lava Records$0Dec. 31, 2018
Roxana RinconesVice President of Operations$127,887July 7, 2020
██████ ██████ █████Vice President of Communications-July 7, 2020
███████ ██████Director of State Policy-July 7, 2020
████ ███████Director of State Policy Florida-July 7, 2020
████ █████General Counsel$126,968July 7, 2020
███ ████████Director of Family Outreach and Storytelling-July 7, 2020
█████ ████President$164,385July 7, 2020
████ ██████Treasurer$0Dec. 31, 2018
████ ████████Secretary$0Dec. 31, 2018
...and four more key personnel

Peer felon rehabilitation programs

1Convergence Center for Policy Resolution501(c)(3)$5.8 millionWashington, DC
2National Criminal Justice Association501(c)(3)$1.5 millionWashington, DC
3The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth501(c)(3)$1.6 millionWashington, DC
4Young Women's Freedom Center501(c)(3)$1.1 millionSan Francisco, CA
5Texas Criminal Justice Coalition (TCJC)501(c)(3)$1.9 millionAustin, TX
6Kids Forward501(c)(3)$1.8 millionMadison, WI
7Texas Appleseed501(c)(3)$1.8 millionAustin, TX
8Innocence Project501(c)(3)$13 millionNew York, NY
9Essie Justice Group501(c)(3)$2.9 millionOakland, CA
10Pretrial Justice Institute (PJI)501(c)(3)$5.1 millionRockville, MD
11Correctional Association of New York (CA)501(c)(3)$1.2 millionBrooklyn, NY
12Brooklyn Community Bail Fund501(c)(3)$3.0 millionBrooklyn, NY
13Grassroots Leadership501(c)(3)$3.0 millionAustin, TX
14Hepatitis Education Project (HEP)501(c)(3)$1.4 millionSeattle, WA
15Youth Represent501(c)(3)$2.0 millionNew York, NY
16Center for Community Alternatives (CCA)501(c)(3)$8.2 millionSyracuse, NY
17JustLeadershipUSA (JLUSA)501(c)(3)$12 millionNew York, NY
18Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCRUL)501(c)(3)$12 millionWashington, DC
19American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF)501(c)(3)$1.3 millionWashington, DC
20Free Minds Book Club and Writing Workshop501(c)(3)$1.1 millionWashington, DC
21Workforce501(c)(3)$1.9 millionIndianapolis, IN
22The Aleph Institute501(c)(3)$5.6 millionSurfside, FL
23Opus Bono Sacerdotii501(c)(3)$1.5 millionDryden, MI
24Restore Justice501(c)(3)$1.1 millionLos Angeles, CA
25Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty501(c)(3)$1.0 millionLexington, VA