Your gift today will provide a child of a prisoner with access to nutritious food, education support, healthcare, and a community of care to show them God’s love. You can protect a vulnerable child from exploitation, child labor and crime and put them on the path to a brighter future.
Do you believe that all children deserve to live in a safe environment? Do you believe all children deserve to hear the word of God? When you say “yes” to a monthly gift, you say yes to providing a brighter future, a safe environment, and Christian guidance to a child in extreme need.
Support a child through Prison Fellowship International and provide hope for a brighter future.
Your monthly gift provides a child with a Christian caseworker who assesses their needs and provides support to ensure that they are living in a safe environment, provided with nutritious food and health care, able to attend school with the supplies that they need, have access to Biblical resources and are mentored by a supportive community.Donate $39
When a child’s parent is incarcerated, the child becomes at dire risk of losing the most critical figure in their life and facing a very uncertain future.
It is not uncommon for communities to shun children of prisoners, with some treating these children as outcasts, placing them at extreme risk of becoming homeless, being exploited, and no longer having access to shelter, education, clothing, or proper nutrition and healthcare.
For nearly 40 years Prison Fellowship International has been working with children of prisoners around the world to understand their most pressing needs. Our global network currently serves prisoners and their families across 118 countries, making us the largest association of Christian ministries working in the criminal justice field today.
Your monthly gift will provide a child with nutritious food, healthcare, and opportunities to experience God’s love. When you support a child through Prison Fellowship International, it means they will be able to go to school and learn skills for a brighter future instead of going to work at a young age.