We believe no one is beyond hope. Do you?

Luke's Story
Our mission

To show Christ’s love to people in prison by coming alongside them and supporting them.

Sycamore Tree

Jamie's Story

Jamie got himself into a lot of trouble and was sentenced to life in prison. And then, one Wednesday afternoon, he found himself on week one of the Sycamore Tree course where our volunteer, Ruthie, was the tutor.

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Angel Tree Mother's Day

Mother’s Day Alternative Gift Cards

This Mother’s Day, give your own mum a gift to remember. Each alternative gift card ordered allows a young offender to send their own mum a card and gift with a personal message, helping to sustain and repair that vital relationship.

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Last year:
3,100+
Volunteers
Every day, our volunteers are coming alongside men and women in their local prison, practically and in prayer.
29,159
Lives impacted
Our estimate of lives impacted through our programmes and our volunteers' presence in prisons.
118
Prisons
Our local PF groups pray for and practically support their local prison - our aim is to have a group for every prison!

We restore the lives of people in prison

PF volunteers support people in prison on their journey of restoration. Find out how we are standing alongside people in prison across England and Wales and how you can be part of this ministry.

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Latest devotional

The unexpected

Thankfully, not all unexpected events are bad. How many times have you been surprised by the unexpected kindness of a stranger, or a work colleague who sensed that you were up to your eyeballs with tasks and took time to offer you some respite? The unexpected can be something we all look forward to.

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— Pray with us

Join us praying for prisoners, their families, prison staff and chaplaincy teams across England and Wales.
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Are you a cyclist?

We have places in the Ford RideLondon cycle challenge! Take part and see lives changed.

Connect your church

We believe we are answering Jesus’ call to support and love some of the most marginalised people in our society, and that the Church has a central role to play.