October 10, 2012
ACWIP and director Gloria Killian focus on not only helping women inside prison, but also on upon their release. ACWIP exhibits the upmost care, and attention to detail in all their projects and individual client cases including; medical conditions and situations inside prison and legal cases including appeals. Personally, I have been working with director Gloria Killian on a new re-entry project where we will employ women coming out of prison to make designer handbags. Gloria has a vision of creating a space that offers life/work skill workshops, and work, so the women can implement their lives more gracefully back into the world. I am very impressed with the work this non profit is doing, whether it's offering world-wide pen pals to women inside prison, or the Christmas project that gives a care package to each women inside Southern California's prisons.
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