If you believe that everyone deserves access to equity, opportunities and success, please consider making a tax-deductible donation today. Your support and contributions will enable us to carry out our mission and meet our goals.
We are proud to announce our partnership with Redemption & Advancement to host a virtual development, entrepreneurship & coaching program for justice involved and formerly incarcerated Georgians!
If you are at least 17 years old, impacted by an arrest, probation, incarceration or parole, are ready to work or start your own business and willing to commit to 40 hours of virtual attendance and participation, then click the button to your left to learn more and apply. (Interviews will be held virtually during the week of March 20-23 and classes start on April 10th)
The mission of NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc. is to reduce recidivism by equipping, empowering, and restoring hope to socially and economically disadvantaged individuals impacted by an arrest or criminal conviction through workforce development, job readiness, and entrepreneurship so that they may become whole, productive, self-sufficient and law-abiding citizens within their communities.
We are an all volunteer led organization that depends solely on the generosity and support of believers of 2nd chances to provide our services to Georgians impacted by a criminal conviction. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today by clicking here.
If you have space you would like to donate for the use of an office or event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome partnerships and collaborations with 2nd chance employers, landlords and housing programs, educational and financial institutions, voter engagement organizations, community resource agencies and other organizations that provide services and opportunities to justice impacted people.
If you are interested in partnering or collaborating with us or sponsoring one of our events or programs, please email us at email@example.com
Criminal Justice reform work can't be done without the support of allies and supporters who use their voice, influence, power and financial resources to bring awareness to the social injustices and barriers that justice involved people encounter, the importance of giving second chances in employment and housing and to hold policymakers, employers and housing providers accountable for their discriminatory policies that exclude people impacted by criminal convictions.
We are extremely thankful of the relationships we have established with community stakeholders supporters that support us, our mission and those we serve by collaborating with us on community events and providing supportive assistance to our clients.