The Charles Colson Hope Awards, sponsored by Prison Fellowship, recognize people who have faithfully and courageously worked to restore those affected by crime and incarceration. Charles Colson, who founded Prison Fellowship 40 years ago, was at ease with presidents, prisoners, wardens, pastors, laypeople, and legislators. In all times and places, he was a passionate advocate for incarcerated men and women, and their families, sharing his faith in the Gospel and honoring the God-given value and potential of each person. His impact on prison ministry, prison culture, and prison reform has been broad and lasting. In keeping with his inspiring legacy, the Charles Colson Hope Awards honor people who, in following his example, have been role models to others and brought restoration through their sphere of influence.
NOW TAKING NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2017 HOPE AWARDS
Do you know someone whose work in helping those impacted by crime and incarceration is deserving of recognition through the Charles Colson Hope Awards? The general public is invited to nominate people for each category. Nominations are now being accepted for all the five award categories.