Prison Fellowship® to host April 6th prayer walk event around the White House for Second Chance™ Month this Saturday.
WASHINGTON, DC—Prison Fellowship, the nation's largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, is raising awareness about the obstacles facing formerly incarcerated men and women by hosting the Road to Second Chances Prayer Walk at the White House in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, April 6th, 2019, one of many events taking place during Second Chance Month.
President Donald J. Trump proclaimed April 2019 as Second Chance Month for the second consecutive year on Monday.
More than 290 organizations across the country are partnering with Prison Fellowship for Second Chance Month, during which Prison Fellowship is hosting a prayer walk and personal second chance stories from:
ROAD TO SECOND CHANCES PRAYER WALK AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE
WHO: Since 2017, Prison Fellowship has spearheaded Second Chance Month alongside more than 290 partner organizations to unlock opportunities for the more than 70 million Americans with a criminal record.
WHEN: Saturday, April 6th beginning at 2:00 PM. Media check-in begins at 1:30 PM.
WHERE: Meet at Lafayette Square, 16th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20006
WHAT: Prayer Walk travels around the White House and ends at Lafayette Square.
WHY: Prayer walk includes periodic stops, featuring the compelling stories of formerly incarcerated men and women, telling of their struggles to begin a new life.
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