We are a unique collaboration of formerly and currently incarcerated adults working together with law enforcement personnel to affect change for those who are facing issues and challenges regarding incarceration and recidivism. Our work is built upon — and inspired by — these people sharing their personal experiences surrounding the issues of incarceration.

This project is based on the question:
If there was something someone could have said or done that would have changed the path that led you here, what would it have been?

To learn more about us:

We provide programs for youth, trainings for adults who work with youth and writing workshops and trainings for men and women who are currently incarcerated.

Aug 25 2014

The IF Project Volunteer Mentor Program

An interview with Anika Moran and Leslie Sites Anika Moran is volunteer mentor in the IF Project’s Reentry program. She is an avid gardener and works at Mother Earth Farm, an organic farm run by the Emergency Food Network that supplies fresh produce to Pierce County food banks and hot meal sites. Leslie Sites was…

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