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Your gift accelerates a movement of more than 100 partner prison ministries to share the gospel, protect at-risk children and bring restorative practices to prisoners and prison systems worldwide.

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There are an estimated 12.1 million prisoners globally kept within 19,000 prison sites. There are 14.5 million children of prisoners around the world who experience shame, trauma, and significant financial challenges due to their parent's incarceration.

It is this community that we are called to serve. Join our movement to break the cycle of crime, worldwide.

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The Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) is the fastest-growing charitable vehicle in the United States today because it offers excellent tax saving options, great flexibility, and you can give from funds you've already set aside. Benefits include one-time giving or setting up future installments.

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Workplace giving is an employer-sponsored program that provides its employees with the opportunity to financially support Prison Fellowship International, often increasing or matching your contributions.

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Giving a gift of appreciated securities can help Prison Fellowship International continue its ministry, support our programs and helps you to leave a lasting impact on the lives of prisoners and their families for years to come.

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Leave a lasting impact for Prison Fellowship International's ministry to prisoners and their families worldwide.

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I have decided that when I am released, I will go out and start working on becoming a barber. I know God will help me. I really am happy for the difference that the Sycamore Tree Project has made in my life.
I always knew who Jesus is, but never met Him the way I did through The Prisoner's Journey. I think I have the same love for Jesus as Mark did. This journey reminded me that Jesus Christ loves everybody, even me!
In prison, which is dark and hopeless place, I found the light of Jesus and accepted him as my Savior. The Prisoner’s Journey brought me hope in the darkness of prison.
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Fiscal Responsibility

Prison Fellowship International works diligently to invest the maximum resources into our programs, and is mindful to minimize administration and fundraising costs.