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Phone: (832) 767-0928
PO Box 926274
Houston
Texas 77292
USA
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Target demographics: Male inmates who have demonstrated a commitment to personal transformation;
Entrepreneurs and Senior Executives looking for meaningful ways to give back using their business experience;

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Senior Executives and Entrepreneurs can:
Attend an in-prison event!
Become a Business Plan Adviser
Mentor a released Graduate (men only, prison visit and training required.)

Non-executives can:
Help assemble re-entry care packages;
Host a dinner party for released graduates (at your church, our offices, transitional homes or a local restaurant)
Help set-up during our Family Reception and Graduation Ceremony;
Introduce us to your executive group, church leadership (in Texas) or other group that might be interested in hearing our story--and being INSPIRED!

Mission:
To stimulate positive life transformation for executives and inmates, uniting them through entrepreneurial passion, education and mentoring.
Results:
620 Graduates from 14 classes;
Return-to-prison rate of less than 10%;
For each 150 graduates we produce, PEP saves taxpayers an estimated $5 million in future corrections costs;
98% employment within 90 days of release;
85 released Graduates have started 70 new businesses since 2004;
Work with MBA students from 40 schools;
Provide volunteer experiences for more than 300 executive volunteers in and out of prison each year, and thousands since inception of the program.

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08/14/13
I've had the great pleasure of being a volunteer and governing board member for PEP since 2005. I visited the Hamilton Unit initially because my wife and I were close to the founder, and we wanted to check it out to support her. What I've experienced has been so different than what I expected... more »
08/12/12
I served as a volunteer member of the Dallas Advisory Board from 2007 until 2012. I found the organization to be a remarkable change-agent in the lives of some of society's most broken lives, and always knew that my time, talent and treasure were invested well when I gave them to PEP... more »
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Senior Executives and Entrepreneurs can:
Attend an in-prison event!
Become a Business Plan Adviser
Mentor a released Graduate (men only, prison visit and training required.)

Non-executives can:
Help assemble re-entry care packages;
Host a dinner party for released graduates (at your church, our offices, transitional homes or a local restaurant)
Help set-up during our Family Reception and Graduation Ceremony;
Introduce us to your executive group, church leadership (in Texas) or other group that might be interested in hearing our story--and being INSPIRED!

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