Prison Fellowship is proud to release our Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report. The COVID-19 pandemic tried to shake us, but we found new ways to continue to serve all of those affected by crime and incarceration.
Prison Fellowship applauds restoration of access to Pell Grants for incarcerated students seeking to become productive citizens.
Check in with us each week for an update on how the COVID-19 is affecting Prison Fellowship and correctional facilities - including our regularly updated map of impact on prisons in each state.
Investment enables Prison Fellowship to double efforts to transform prison culture through supporting prison wardens.
Parole and credit policies can ensure proportional punishment is served while also offering an active and intentional pathway to redemption.
Prison Fellowship remembers Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr., a heavyweight in the fight for criminal justice reform and a long-serving member of our board of directors.
Prison Fellowship leadership urges new administration to advance policies helping men and women impacted by crime and incarceration become productive returning citizens.
We at Prison Fellowship stand with our brothers and sisters of faith who decry racism as both an individual and systemic sin that violates human dignity and worth.
Prison Fellowship works hard every day to advance justice that restores and reflects the God-given value of all persons. In some cases, legislation can help mitigate inequalities, and we have been advocating for proportional sentencing and justice that addresses the systemic biases and prejudices borne by people of color.
Prison Fellowship’s partners with The Salvation Army and their Adult Rehabilitation Center residential program to benefit Califronia's returning citizens.