Thank you for supporting second chances, working with us to tear down the walls of that second prison and the lies of social stigma—to truly offer a second chance.
"There's a lot of untapped talent out there—people who haven't been given a chance because of barriers."
God is doing great things for America's incarcerated population and their families. Check out what happened last month and what's coming on this summer!
It looked like a typical 5K, the same as any you might see in cities across America. But for those who ran, the Second Chances 5K meant far more than a brisk run and a medal at the finish line.
At Stillwater Correctional Facility in Minnesota, prisoners gathered together to run for the second chances they hope to have one day.
Meet Casey Irwin. She served time in three separate facilities for "a couple of drug possessions and a DUI or two." A self-proclaimed hermit, she didn't want help from others in staying clean. But when she ended up in Shakopee for 14 months, Casey knew something had to change.