Prison Fellowship International

Washington, DC

Founded: 1979

Tel: (703) 481-0000


Top LeaderMr. Andrew Corley

Donor Contact: Mrs. Kristi Padley

Member Since: December 3, 2013

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $9,904,121
   Noncash Donations $4,938,057
   Other Revenue $6,475
   Total Revenue $14,848,653
   Total Expenses $12,333,346
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $42,002
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $14,709,500
Total Liabilities $2,837,637
Net Assets $11,871,863
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The 2021 financial statements represent 6 months of activity from Jan 1 - June 30, 2021 due to a FYE Change from December 31 to June 30.

Prison Fellowship International (PFI) is the world’s most extensive network of Christian ministries working in the criminal justice field. Its mission is to transform the lives of prisoners, their families and victims through a global network of ministry partners. PFI has built programs operating in prisons around the world that are restoring prisoners’ lives and successfully integrating them back into the community for good. PFI also provides restorative programs that serve the victims and families of prisoners. PFI's work is accomplished in more than 115 countries on six continents through its network of multi-denominational, indigenous and autonomous National Ministries (chartered affiliates). This grassroots presence enables ministry to prisoners and their families in culturally relevant ways, in partnership with nearly 50,000 local volunteers. Prison Fellowship International was founded by Chuck Colson, former aide to U.S. President Richard Nixon, who came to Christian faith

Millions of prisoners around the world are cut off from society and left alone to cope with their feelings of hopelessness and despair. They are among the least-reached groups in the world. We’ve drawn from our 40 years of working with prisoners around the world to develop The Prisoner’s Journey®, an eight-week in-prison course that transforms the lives of prisoners by introducing them to a restorative relationship with the person of Jesus. Upon completion, graduates are given a Bible in their h
Millions of children around the world have lost one or both parents to imprisonment. These innocent victims of crime are hungry, frightened and alone—left to live in dangerous situations and at risk of repeating the cycle of crime just to survive. Your donation helps provide nutritious food, medical care, a safe and loving home, schooling, Scripture resources and a dedicated Christian caseworker to these vulnerable children.
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