Age Minimum (with Adult): 14+, Minimum Age:16+, Orientation Required
Select Books for Prisoners at Prison Book Program
Prison Book Program gives books to individual prisoners in the United States. Prisoners have limited access to books and the program provides them with free books for personal development during incarceration.The Prison Book Program believes that education is a powerful tool that reduces the likelihood that a prisoner will return to the prison system. The Prison Book Program has been supplying individuals and groups of prisoners with quality reading material since 1972. With more than 2 million people locked up in American prisons and jails, and with limited educational programming available, the need for the Prison Book Program's services is great.
Volunteers will read letters from prisoners, fill their book requests, and package the books to be shipped. Attention to detail is a very important component of this project!
- T-Accessible, Red Line (Quincy Center)
Youth Friendly, 14+. All volunteers under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.All volunteers under 18 years old must bring a Boston Cares Youth Waiver signed by a parent or guardian to give to the Project Leader. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-422-0910 x 209 if you would like to bring youth to this project.
Are you interested in bringing donations with you to this event? Click here to view the Prison Book Program's Wish List.
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