You can help transform a life in prison today.
Every day, PF volunteers work faithfully to support people in prison to turn their lives around. But we can’t do it without your support.
Your gifts bring hope and restoration to prisoners and their families, creating a positive impact that can benefit generations to come.
Prison Fellowship offers all its programmes free to prisons, and to the people who access our services. We firmly believe that no one should miss out on the chance to change their life.
Make a Regular Gift
£15 a month could enable a learner to complete a Sycamore Tree course.
£10 a month could buy eight Christmas presents for children from their parent in prison.
If you’re a UK taxpayer, you could make your donation worth 25% more with Gift Aid. If you haven’t already done so, please complete this Gift Aid Declaration to allow us to reclaim the Gift Aid on your donation.
Make a one-off donation
Your gift will help us support men and women in prison, through the faithful presence of our volunteers, and through our programmes: Sycamore Tree, Angel Tree, Letter Link and Prayer Line.
There are many ways you can give.
Our financial responsibility
PF is committed to ensuring your donation has the greatest impact possible.
PF is registered with the Fundraising Regulator. That means that in our fundraising, we make the following promise, as outlined by the Fundraising Regulator:
- We will commit to high standards
- We will be clear, honest and open
- We will be respectful
- We will be fair and reasonable
- We will be accountable and responsible
As a limited company and registered charity, our accounts are independently audited and submitted to Companies House annually and we also report to the Charity Commission, an independent body that regulates activities of charities in the UK. Find us on the Charity Commission website.
For more information, please contact Andy Prescott on 020 7799 2500.
“I can honestly say that without the support and prayer of Prison Fellowship volunteers, I would have no doubt gone back to prison.”