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Donate to the Inside Circle Foundation, a group that strives “to create environments in which prisoners can work and explore the issues in their lives that have prevented them from living up to their full potential as human beings,” as seen in THE WORK.
Write a prison inmate. Receiving letters can be a great way to lift an inmate’s spirits and keep them hopeful while they are serving time. Learn how to get started from wikiHow.
Volunteer at a local prison. Therapeutic programs like the one featured in THE WORK are often volunteer-run, while there is always a need for educational tutors. Programs like Princeton’s Petey Greene Program helps facilitate prison volunteer opportunities.
Join the American Civil Liberties Union, an organization that works to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States, including the rights of prisoners via the National Prison Project.