You can find out more about Chains of Grace Ministry by going to www.chainsofgrace.org. You will find various ways to contribute to our ministry there, as well.
We make no apology about asking Free Folks for financial help in our ministry to persons re-entering society. We believe every dollar you send is well spent.
We also believe we are a bargain for the tax payer and a help to all law enforcement persons.
Within days of receiving a man or woman into our program, we will:
- Help retrieve documents needed to get a job
- Help find good jobs at decent wages
- Help protect them from the street; this is very necessary for our women and older men who do not need a night on the street
- Help connect with appropriate parole officers and counselors
- Provide appropriate clothing, toiletries and food
- Provide safe, clean affordable housing
- Protect them from persons who would take advantage of them; again, very important for women and older persons, but also surprisingly necessary even for younger men who have been locked up for fifteen to twenty years or more
Yesterday, I posted a Thanksgiving Thanks to all our donors from this last year. One fellow who read the post went to our website www.chainsofgrace.org, hit donate and followed the instructions to our pay pal. He used the opportunity to set up a monthly gift to our ministry, so he will give us help every month. We are so grateful for regular support.
Chains of Grace is a Christ-centered, privately funded ministry offering re-entry supervision and services to men and women coming out of incarceration. You can reach us at www.chainsofgrace.org or you can mail checks made out to
Chains of Grace
PO Box 1344
Midlothian, TX 76065