The Dallas Cowboys recently hosted nearly 200 kids at a Prison Fellowship Angel Tree sports camp for an unforgettable day of hope, inspiration—and football.
Thousands of children with a parent in prison attend free events through Prison Fellowship Angel Tree. Uber stepped in to help get them there.
Going to prison removed Reggie from his children’s lives, but Angel Tree has helped him reconnect as a father. Now he's helping other prisoners do the same.
As Prison Fellowship Angel Tree turns 40, the legacy of one former safecracker is irrefutable proof of the potential that’s behind bars, just waiting to come to light.
Prison Fellowship sat down with Jeremy and Traci to talk about serving prisoners’ families through summer camp and year-round ministry.
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This month's mail is from Bryanna, whose incarceration in Washington is about to end. Hear from Bryanna about her concerns for reentry.
Parents in prison learn Prison Fellowship Angel Tree encompasses so much more than Christmas gifts.
Prison can be challenging for parents separated from their children. Incarcerated mom Karla offers creative ways for parents bond with their children.
Prison Fellowship and Walmart are launching the Opportunity Kids Collaborative, a nationwide movement geared at connecting children in distressed communities of color to a network of support.
Incarceration is one of the best predictors of divorce. Elsy, Leyda, and their husbands were determined to beat the odds.
Camp was a refreshing change from many of Mike’s past experiences. It was a chance to get away from life’s challenges and experience God’s love.
Marcus and Sylvia’s tireless work made all the difference for families who have been kept apart by incarceration and the ongoing pandemic.