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"The humanity which pours from this wonderful group of people is remarkable and demonstrates what it means to serve others by focusing more on the mission and not so much on the reward. The folks over at HFP are cheerful givers - extending themselves to help others and not looking for anything in return. They are the epitome on how the Law of Giving should be applied."
“My husband passed away while still in prison and did not get the medical parole we were praying for, but HFP kept on helping me get through my grief. I know that my husband is in heaven, healthier and happier than he's ever been, and while I wait to join him there, I intend to help support HFP in whatever ways I can. This organization understands our concerns and feels our pain like few others can."
Widow of MDOC Prisoner
Humanity for Prisoners seeks to provide personalized, problem-solving services for inmates who don’t know where to turn.
HFP Activity Report
2019 Requests for Assistance