Prison Fellowship International

We help restore justice and healing to families and communities in response to crime.

Prison Fellowship International is the world's largest and most extensive criminal justice ministry.

This is Nehala from India. This sweet 10-year-old has a huge heart.
When her father went to prison, she was terrified by the way it disrupted her life and her relationships. The stigma of being a child of a prisoner caused a lot of heartache and rejection. We helped Nehala begin rebuilding her life and her self-esteem through our child sponsorship program. And that’s when this brave and resilient girl amazed us.

She befriended a classmate, who she learned did not have safe housing. Then Nehala lobbied her school and her community to raise money to build her friend a new home. Nehala shared that she helped her friend, because Prison Fellowship International helped her first. “I received not only help, but dignity and love. I will continue to help others,” Nehala said.

As little as $24 can have a big impact on children like Nehala. Or, if you’re a dreamer like her, $240 is enough to provide major home repairs for one family. Do more by giving this gift of hope now! http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC #promotehope #1day1world #domore24

Do More 24 - June 8, 2017

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It’s not enough for us to tell you the difference $24 can make. We just have to show you! This is Joshua from Zambia when we found him a few years ago, and again today, after receiving the practical care and support from a dedicated Prison Fellowship International caseworker and generous partners (like you)!

Make THIS difference by giving a gift of hope now! http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC

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#DoMore24 Success Story: Meet Cheav from Cambodia.

He's is the father, provider, and sole caretaker for 6 children, while his wife serves time in prison. When we met him, he was making $1.20 a day. Imagine a family of 7 living on less than $9 dollars a week! It simply wasn’t enough provide the basics for his kids. We helped set Cheav up for success, by giving him 5 hens and teaching him how to raise them for food and income. Shortly after learning his new skill, Cheav turned around and produced 30 chickens!

Sustainable income sources, like chicken-farming, are key to helping families stand on their own. And just $24 provides 3 hens for a family like Cheav’s, and $48 provides an entire starter farming kit. Do more by giving this gift of hope now: http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC

[06/08/17]   Another gift of $24, thank you! We're on our way to raising our goal of $1,000 today! #DoMore24 #1day1world #promotehope

[06/08/17]   We've already raised $96 for #DoMore24! Thank you for your kindness to children of prisoners. Let's keep going!

Today is #DoMore24—your chance to do more good in the world with just $24! Throughout the day, instead of focusing on stories of hardship, we want to show you what the support of generous partners has ALREADY DONE for children of prisoners and their families. So we'll be #promotinghope by showing the impact of your gifts. Join the movement, promote hope, give today! #1day1world http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC

24 hours until #DoMore24—your chance to change a life for as little as $24. We'll be sharing stories throughout the day tomorrow about how families of prisoners are already experiencing hope.

Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC

When success becomes dangerous. http://ow.ly/Zs1E30cg3ve

Change the life of a child of a prisoner. #DoMore24, June 8. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2q0SSFC

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