Prisons Foundation publishes
books written in prison worldwide without cost to prisoners
 
 

Prisons Foundation publishes books written by or about prisoners. We also exhibit art made in prison (visit www.SafeStreetsArts.org). Our website that you have visited (www.PrisonsFoundation.org) is devoted entirely to publishing. Our publishing program includes all types of books published on this website without censorship in the exact manner that prisoners submit them to us. This program exists solely through your donations. Whether you care to donate $1, $10, $25, $75 or more, your support is vital. To make your tax-deductible donation to our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, please click the donate button above. Click here for welcoming message from Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking.             

Our Submission Guidelines
All books by prisoners and those who write about prisoners are welcome for publication.Click Here for further information and submission guidelines. Thank you.

Acknowledging Our Angels
Without donations from the individuals and organizations listed below and from other loyal supporters, our Free publishing program could not exist. Please click a name below (if underlined) to read more about the donor on the donor's webpage. If you would like to support our work with a tax-deductible donation to our nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, we will acknowledge your support here with a listing and link to your webpage. For this consideration and acknowledgement, donations must be at least $200 annually for organizations, $100 annually for non-prisoners, and $50 annually for prisoners. You can make your donation by clicking the Donation link at the top of this page or by sending a check or money order to PRISONS FOUNDATION, 2512 Virginia Ave. NW, #58043, Washington, DC 20037. Thank you.

Prisons Foundation now offers quality Dictionaries and Thesauruses for only $3.95 each, and we can mail them directly to prisoners.  Click here   for information flyer and  ordering form. Or purchase below. (Free Bonus book when you buy both books)





 

Click here for your FREE

How to Legally Avoid
Being Placed on the
Sex Offender Registry

A FREE Guide prepared by the Research and Legal Staff of Safe Streets
Arts Foundation

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We gratefully acknowledge our supporters below. Business and professional supporters who wish recognition should contact
Dennis@PrisonsFoundation.org
Argentilhia Boechat is a Brazilian recording artist and activist. Buy her new 53-minute CD of 21 Brazilian and American songs for only $10 (Free S&S).
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