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 $7,132,729
   Noncash Donations $1,697,863
   Other Revenue $572,225
   Total Revenue $9,402,817
   Total Expenses $8,608,359
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $10,024,762
Total Liabilities $2,312,405
Net Assets $7,712,357
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Founded in 1979 by Charles Colson, Prison Fellowship International is a global network of more than 116 national ministries around the world, communicating the redemptive love and transforming power of Jesus by helping to alleviate the physical and emotional suffering of prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families, and victims of crime. Activities focus on mercy, reconciliation, and restoration: The Prisoner's Journey introduces the Gospel to prisoners and invites them to learn more about Jesus. The Children of Prisoners Program pairs vulnerable children with a loving sponsor to help provide nutritious food, medical care, and the chance to go to school. Sycamore Tree Project facilitates group discussions focused on reconciling victims with unrelated offenders. Prison Fellowship International also works to provide prisoners with education, life skills, aftercare programs, and leadership training.

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 for repeating the cycle of crime just to survive. Your donation helps provide nutritious food, medical care, a safe and loving home, schooling, and Christian counseling. Thanks to a generous matching gift from a group of committed Christians, your donation will double in value. Please help us!
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