The Child's Journey

With your help, we pair each child in our program with a dedicated caseworker and ensure they receive support in four key areas: Safety, Health, Education, and Spiritual Care.

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PromisePath

PromisePath is our community and volunteer-based care program that provides a network of support around a child of a prisoner, focusing interventions in the areas of education assistance, mentoring and spiritual resources for both children and their caregivers.

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Partner Programs

Our partner organizations are helping us to protect the children of prisoners. Ministries around the world are using these programs to stand in the gap for children who need help the most.

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Indigenous Programs

The PFI family is a movement of national ministries from all around the world. Each of these ministries runs a unique set of programs to serve the specific needs of their community.

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How You Help

By caring for a child of a prisoner, you give them hope for a bright future and help restore their trust in people—and in a heavenly Father who loves them.

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Protection Is Happening Around the World

9,082
Children Served by The Child's Journey
13,495
Food Packs Distributed
5,050
Students Enrolled in School
4,652
Birth Certificates Found

A Child Caseworker's Perspective

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A Child Caseworker's Perspective

What Sponsors Are Saying About the Child's Journey

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When Prison Fellowship International came to our church, our hearts exploded! We knew we had to sponsor a child in the same way we knew we had to breathe.
Colleen Pennsylvania
I've enjoyed communicating with my sponsored child through letters. It's been great getting to know him and hearing about his hobbies and interests and seeing how Prison Fellowship International is making a difference in his life.
Alice Georgia
I am so happy to sponsor my child in Cambodia, and I'm in my fourth year. I feel like I'm getting to know Veasna and his family, and I am humbled by the reports I receive on him, his family, and his living conditions. In honoring God's call to serve the least of these, the Lord is showing me His greatest of these.
Jan Kansas
Stories of change

Joy and Hope Regained

Sandrine’s father passed away and her mother is incarcerated. She is trying to find her way in life but without the support, love, and guidance of her parents. Her future looked hopeless. And with no hope for a future, there seemed little reason to continue school.

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By caring for a child of a prisoner, you give them hope for a bright future and help restore their trust in people—and in a heavenly Father who loves them.

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