While serving time, prisoners can sign up for work, go to school, or attend programs. Many inmates take advantage of these opportunities. They earn wages, study, read, and reflect. Yet prison is a lonely, isolated place where prisoners have little connection with people in the wider community.
One-on-One Prison Mentorship
For over five decades, our one-on-one mentorship program has been equipping volunteers to go into prisons and build healthy, supportive relationships with people behind bars. In time, these connections can become lasting friendships based on mutual respect and affection.
Long-Term Meaningful Relationships
Without judgement, our volunteers meet with prisoners as they are, and share companionship and support. Through these relationships, inmates can process the past, learn new life skills, and work toward creating positive change in their lives.
With your help, we can engage and train more volunteers. Your donation of $100.00 will fund four visits, and bring hope and encouragement to men and women in prison.