Join us for a very special evening to support the Project!

We are thrilled to welcome Amanda Knox
as our special guest for our first livestream fundraiser.

Amanda was 20 years old and studying abroad in Perugia, Italy, when she was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for murdering her roommate. Her legal nightmare lasted nearly a decade until she was fully exonerated, putting an end to a case that had made international headlines and thrust Amanda into the spotlight, where she was vilified and shamed.

Thursday, December 10, 2020
Livestream
7:00 pm CT

$20 per screen
(special rate for students)

Exciting sponsorship opportunity!
Be one of the first 50 event sponsors and receive an invitation

to join Amanda in a private gathering following the event!


Your Support of This Event Matters!

This livestream event is one way we hope to replace some of the critical operating funds usually raised at our annual Defenders of the Innocent Event, cancelled this year due to COVID.

The Project provides all advocacy and legal services at no cost to our clients. Your registration and sponsorship of “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” will help us continue the work required to exonerate the wrongfully convicted, such as investigation, expert analysis and DNA testing.

How the Event Will Work

On the morning of the event, we will email you a link to the livestream. All you will have to do is click the link, sit back and enjoy the event. You will not need to download any special program; all you will need is your web browser.

The first 50 sponsors will receive – in a separate email on the morning of the event – a Zoom link to access the private gathering with Amanda Knox after the event.

THANK YOU!

This special event to benefit the
Illinois Innocence Project is made possible by


Your financial support directly impacts our ability to correct miscarriages of justice, educate
the public about wrongful convictions and reform our state’s criminal justice system.
Please support “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” or make a donation today to support our work.