Our $500,000 investment in Justice Fund’s Creative Pathways to Employment Program (CPEP), will train BIPOC youth find employment in creative industries.
Formerly Incarcerated Persons
Supporting 7th Step Society of Canada to dismantle barriers to reintegration for the Formerly Incarcerated
This investment will enable the organization to train and employ FIPs as volunteers and facilitators across Canada, as well as providing assistance for pardon services.
Coverdale Justice Society announces the finalization of the location for its new transition house, Honour House and a commitment to core operational funding for Honour House from the The Department of Community Services.
This is an edited transcript of Sara Tessier’s speech at the 7th Step Society 10th anniversary celebration on Prisoners’ Justice Day - 10 August, 2023. Prisoners’ Justice Day is a perpetual reminder, an unceasing reckoning that resonates year-round with those who have...
Northpine Foundation invests in Formerly Incarcerated Individuals in Northern Saskatchewan through Men of The North
This $820,000 investment will help Men of The North provide mental health support and services, as well as employment training and additional support for greater success for those facing barriers to employment in Northern Saskatchewan.
I took all I learned and on the day I walked out of that prison, I was finally free for the first time in my life. I turned around, looked at the walls and fences, and said with confidence and certainty; my freedom is yours to share; I will leave no one behind.