Have you ever wondered what makes Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree different? Our distinct core mission is to create pathways of reconciliation between incarcerated parents and their children.
UPDATE: All Angel Tree children have been assigned and registration is now closed for 2019.
Through Christmas presents and loving volunteers and churches, Angel Tree takes what begins as a tragedy for many families—the incarceration of their loved one—and turns it into a blessing.
Where does one find a Bible in braille? Sean and his daughters had no idea where to start, but with God all things are possible.
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? Who would do something nice for a prisoner like him?
Peyton struggled to speak to her dad after went to prison. But the night she returned from camp, she surprised him with a phone call he will never forget.
Seventy percent of prisoners’ children have caregivers who are over the age of 50. Many of these caregivers are grandparents. This Grandparents Day, we want to honor those family members who care for youth while their moms and dads are away.