Former Angel Tree Child and current Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Kenny Clark was a finalist for the Walter Payton Award this year.
Prison Fellowship is grateful to Kenny Clark for being a leader in his community and an inspiring role model for children with a parent in prison.
"Prison was the last place I wanted to go. ... Taking a job with Prison Fellowship was probably the biggest step of faith I’ve ever taken in my life."
When Kenny's dad went to prison when he was only 9 years old, the world turned dark. Now that he is an NFL star, Kenny is helping brighten children's worlds.
NFL players speak out for justice, and other incarceration and criminal justice news from this week for you to catch up on.
Anthony “Spice” Adams has experienced things that are the stuff of dreams for many. For nine seasons, he terrorized offenses in the National Football League as a defensive tackle the San Francisco 49ers and the Chicago Bears. After announcing his retirement (in a self-effacing, humorous YouTube video that has been viewed well over a million times), he started a second career as a television host in Chicago, covering his former team.
At the 11th annual Angel Tree Football Clinic on Aug. 27, Prison Fellowship and the NFL Alumni of Northern California joined forces to give more than 200 at-risk kids, ages 7 to 13, an unforgettable day away from stresses and pressures.