Standing in the gap

Last year continued to bring challenges and exceptional circumstances to all our lives. We still felt that we needed to rebuild so much…

Jonathan’s story

Jonathan was serving a 13-year prison sentence. Since he arrived in prison, no one had been to visit. And no one at home…

Nothing Short of Angels – Part 2

As volunteers across England and Wales begin to prepare for Angel Tree, Daniella Fetuga-Joensuu, a Community Chaplain in the male estate, describes running…

Nothing Short of Angels – Part 1

As volunteers across England and Wales begin to prepare for Angel Tree, Rev’d Preb Sarah Morris, a Managing Chaplain in the female estate,…

This house is built on rock

Surviving and thriving through the pandemic “Being present” with people is something CEO Peter Holloway holds at the centre of PF’s work. He…

The “lifeline” of Angel Tree

For two years in prison Steve didn’t have any contact with his children, Helena and Johnny. “I had forgotten what they looked like,”…

Raising Angels

Prison. It’s well known for being overcrowded. And yet the sense of isolation and loss can be unbearable. Prisoners are parents, sons, daughters,…

Lee and Nicole’s Angel Tree Story

Lee was spending his first Christmas in prison—his first Christmas apart from his little girl, Nicole. “I’ve got nothing to lose,” he thought…

“I can honestly say that I never had as much satisfaction when I worked as I do now as a volunteer.” — Arthur, Chaplaincy Support volunteer

Volunteer with PF

Volunteers are the life-blood of our organisation, and what they do in the lives of those in prison and as they pray, is incredibly valuable. If you are looking to use your time to support some of the most marginalised people in our society to transform their lives, then volunteering could be for you.

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