The Bail Project National Revolving Bail Fund is a nonprofit organization that prevents incarceration and combats racial and economic disparities in the bail system. The money in the fund is used to pay client’s bails and then returned to the fund at the end of the client’s case so the money can be used to free another person. Since bail is returned to the fund after a case is concluded, that same money can be reused to pay bail three times per year. They have bailed out well over 10,000 people since its founding in 2007. They have also bailed out nearly 1,400 people curing the COVID-19 pandemic and distributed 10,000 masks inside jails since people cannot social distance in jail. Perhaps the most important legal principles in America is the presumption of innocence. By paying bail for people in need, The Bail Project restores this principle and reunites families.