Are you an Amazon Shopper? Why Not Support 2nd Chances While You Shop?
AT NO COST TO YOU, you can support those in need of 2nd chance employment and job readiness training all while staying safe, avoiding long lines of frenzied and unmasked shoppers AND having your items delivered to your door? Put your money where your heart is and help give 2nd chances with every single purchase you make by shopping online at AmazonSmile (not the regular Amazon) or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon Shopping app and selecting NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc. as your preferred charity, you can support our advocacy with every single “eligible” Amazon Smile purchase you make by purchasing qualified products marked as "ELIGIBLE FOR AMAZONSMILE DONATION". AT NO COST TO YOU, Amazon will donate 5% of all of your eligible purchases' total to support NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc. To know which items are eligible for donation, simply click on the product's photo then look in its details to see if it is marked as "eligible for AmazonSmile donation". (See photo below for reference).
If you shop on Amazon, please use AmazonSmile instead and designate NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc. as your preferred charity. Make your Amazon purchases work for the change we all seek….2nd chances for those impacted by the criminal justice system to be successful in their reentry and gain employment opportunities that will give them access to upward mobility.
Please consider supporting us throughout the year by bookmarking the following link, to ensure that we are your charity of choice on your homepage (see photo below for
Fundraiser: A Collaboration to Provide Houising (click flyer to donate)
Justice Day 2020: Columbus Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Ride the Bus to the Capitol
Along with other Georgia organizations, we co-hosted Justice Day 2020! Our founder, coordinated and led efforts for Columbus supporters and others directly impacted by the criminal justice system to be transported to the Capitol to attend Justice Day 2020's day long advocacy event. You can watch WTVM's news interview of the bus boarding and Waleisah's interview here.
Founder Urges City Council To #EndCashBail in Columbus, GA on 1/14/20
Our founder, Waleisah, spoke before city council urging them to stop supporting the criminalization of the poor and to #EndCashBail and pretrial detention in Columbus, GA. You can watch her news interview here