STRENGTHENING BONDS, SUPPORTING FAMILIES
Prison Fellowship Angel Tree™ equips churches to strengthen relationships between incarcerated parents and their children and support the families of prisoners year-round.
HOPE AND CONNECTION—IN PRISON AND OUT
Incarceration can strain family ties to the breaking point. By providing Christmas gifts on behalf of incarcerated parents, sending kids to summer camp, hosting sports camps, and other activities, Prison Fellowship Angel Tree allows local congregations to extend the hope of the Gospel to families with loved ones in prison.
In addition, Angel Tree® invites and equips congregations to integrate Angel Tree families into church activities year-round, resulting in mutually beneficial relationships that foster growth, support, and encouragement.
ANGEL TREE CHRISTMAS™
Thousands of children with a mom or dad in prison unwrap joy each year with Angel Tree Christmas—a gift that reminds them they are valued and loved.
ANGEL TREE CAMPING®
We make summer camp possible for prisoners’ children, partnering with churches and Christ-centered camps. Campers embark on an unforgettable journey and experience God's love along the way!
ANGEL TREE SPORTS CAMP™
Hope is a game changer for prisoners’ kids. With Angel Tree Sports Camp, children hear the Gospel and receive life lessons from top-tier athletes and coaches.
ANGEL TREE STORIES
When Doug heard churches wanted to buy Christmas presents for his children, he thought it sounded like a prison scam. Was Angel Tree for real?
Fifteen-year-old Shay spends summer days with friends and watches TV when the Texas sun is too much to bear. And, with Angel Tree Camping™, Shay has met others who know the challenges of having a parent behind bars—and, by God’s grace, the same hope.
Left in her grandmother's care, Tatianna would pray at Christmas and New Year's, I just want my mama here. Then Angel Tree brought them closer to each other and to God, and Tatianna’s feelings of abandonment melted away.
When Cassie was incarcerated for four years, her children were just 4 years and 11 months old. She knew their pain from experiencing her own father’s incarceration. Angel Tree helped her connect with them, and now she’s making up for lost time.