Prison Fellowship to Award Lee and Louise Sundet the 2020 Charles Colson Legacy of Hope Award Tuesday in Minnetonka Beach, MN
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Prison Fellowship®, the nation's largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, and a leading advocate for criminal justice reform, is presenting the 2020 Charles Colson Legacy of Hope Award to Lee and Louise Sundet of Spring Grove, MN, Tuesday, September 21, in Minnetonka Beach.
The Legacy of Hope Award is an annual award bestowed to a person who has invested faithfully and generously in the restoration of those affected by crime and incarceration—named in honor of our founder, Charles "Chuck" Colson.
Lee and Louise Sundet have been beloved friends and supporters of Prison Fellowship for nearly four decades. Born and raised in Spring Grove, Minnesota, Lee and Louise take great pride in their hometown. Their love for the Lord and for His kingdom has led them to serve their local community and beyond. Lee cherishes many memories of visiting prisons on Easter weekend—a tradition started by Prison Fellowship's founder, Chuck Colson. Together, Lee and Louise have faithfully supported dozens of organizations serving disabled people, youth and families, and more.
LEGACY OF HOPE AWARD
Who: Prison Fellowship and the friends and family of Lee and Louise Sundet
What: Charles Colson Legacy of Hope Awards Reception and Dinner
Where: Lafayette Club, 2800 Northview Road, Minnetonka Beach, MN 55361
When: Tuesday, September 21, 2021, beginning at 5:30 pm
Media: Media are invited. Prison Fellowship staff and the Sundets will be available for interviews.