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    Volunteer Organization of the Year is Crossings Community Church

    Our Volunteer Organization of the Year is Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City. Church leaders wanted Joseph Harp Correctional Center inmates to participate in Willow Creek Church’s Global Leadership Summit. So they donated more than $15,000 in audio and video equipment.   Read More...

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    Meet the Mills family - our Agency Volunteers of the Year for 2018

    Have you ever felt the desire to give back? Meet the Mills family - our Agency Volunteers of the Year for 2018.Stan and Pat Mills have been dedicated volunteers at Dick Conner Correctional Center for the past six years, but the two have been ODOC volunteers for decades. At Dick Conner, they have taught Victim Impact: Listen and Learn, Getting Ahead While Getting Out, and the TCU Brief Interventions Series at the prison.Under their tutelage, more than 500 inmates graduated those classes.   Read More...

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    #MakingADifference – Tammy Franklin - Volunteer

    #MakingADifference - Tammy Franklin - Prison Fellowship Academy Manager – Former Inmate https://youtu.be/arZ_WrrUOaE   Read More...

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    #MakingADifference - Ruth Boyd

    Oklahoma Department of Corrections volunteer Ruth Boyd says her love of helping inmates began with her father ages ago. Her father, James Garner, a government professor at what’s now known as Southern Nazarene University, held a regular Bible study at the Oklahoma County jail. The stories he would tell her, Boyd says, of the inmates at the facility enthralled her and her siblings. He passed on a love of service to her, and she’s been volunteering at Mabel Bassett Correction...  Read More...

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