Originally Posted by FreakLikeMe I just googled the question.. someone says they dont get gate money, but would get a bus ticket if they didnt have family to pick them up. Gate money is the key word. California gives $200 for those serving more than 6 months, less clothing (not sure what that means), and a bus ticket to where they are going. From a cursory viewing of other states $200 is the most and some states it is $0.
My PP is on death row in Ely State Prison. He recently wrote to me to ask if I could help his to purchase a TV. He has nor family or friends in touch with him and no job, or any other way to get the money for a TV. I was thinking about organising a raffle to see if I could get the money up for him. I make jewellery in my spare time, and would be willing to donate some home made and designed jewellery along with anything else I can do. Does anybody else have any
I just recently discovered that there are ways to write prisoners. Im deciding to give ot a try but I have no idea what to do. Or I guess it's more of I know who I want to write but I do not know what to say. It would be great to get some advice on ways to start contact with someone. Thank you!!!!
I wrote my first lifer today. I have time for another (one of my PP's prefers corrlinks so I kinda feel like I lost one we e-mail daily but they are pretty quick messages..I miss actual letters in my mail box) and his ad made me laugh so i thought I would give it a go. I am kind of nervous- my other PP's all have shorter time so they all talk about there plans for getting out......I am not sure what it is like with someone who may never get out and if they do it will be in quite a few years. I am
Originally Posted by D_Cochrane Hi,
I don't mean to take this discussion in a different direction but I was wondering do you believe education in prison can help will the violence. I am a student and I did a research paper on teaching emotional intelligence in prisons. The Lion Heart Foundation is an educational program implemented in prisons across the United States. The Houses of Healing phenomenon was created in 1995 by Robin Casarjian; she began her work in prisons in 1988 by teaching prisoners’ forgiveness