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December 17, 2010

By : 
Chaplain Eric Askren

I wish to convey my heartfelt appreciation to those responsible for the great contributions ISKCON is able to make to the inmates of Coyote Ridge Corrections Center. Without strong community support of this kind programs like ours wouldn’t be able to function.

Thank you again for all you do for the men here.

Chaplain Eric Askren
Coyote Ridge Corrections Center
Connell, WA

March 16, 2010

By : 
Chaplain Joh Shonebarger, Jr.

Dear partner in ministry,

I want to personally thank you for your generous donation to the faith group here at Adams County Correctional Center. Your donation has been made available to the inmate population, and is being utilized.

Your donation is especially appreciated as we are a new prison and we are building our faith group materials and library. You are one of hte first groups to make any donation!

I look forward to a lasting relationship with you.

Respectfully,

Chaplain Jon Shonebarger, Jr.
Adams County Correctional Center
Washington, MS 39190

January 19, 2005

By : 
Chaplain Phil Holbrook

Dear Mother Shyama Priya,

Thank you for your generous donation of books. Your donation had been given to James Seal to be put in our Hare Krishna library for checkout. We cannot afford to buy these publications, so we rely on the generosity of organizations such as yours to help us help the men here at Oregon State Penitentiary. We wish you the very best in your efforts in this area.

Sincerely,

Chaplain Phil Holbrook
Oregon State Penitentiary

September 24, 2009

By : 
Chaplain Joe T. Portugal

Blessings!

Thank you for your gracious donation of books and magazines and your continued support for incarcerated men, even though these difficult times. We appreciate your steadfast generosity. We work hard to put your donation’s to good use.

Again we find ourselves in great need. As the primary receiving institution for the men in the Washington State Prison System, our population is diverse and temporary, in that most inmates stays in this facility less than three months before assignment to a permanent institution.

August 15, 2009

By : 
Chaplain Joe T. Portugal

Peace be unto you.

I am writing to you on behalf of Washington Corrections Center (WCC) and all of the religious organizations represented here at prison. And again we find ourselves in great need. As the primary receiving institution for the men in the Washington State Prison System, our population is diverse and temporary, in that most inmates stay in this facility less than three months before a assignment to permanent institution.

October 10, 2008

By : 
From Chaplain Joe T. Portugal

Greetings,

We here at Washington Correction Center Chapel would like to thank you for your generous donation of materials. The men here are always in need of inspirational materials and they greatly appreciate the items we are able to provide to them. I hope that you will continue to bless us with your gracious donations. And if possible share our need with others.

Thank you for your help,

Chaplain Joe T. Portugal
Washington Correction Center
Shelton, WA

What is ISKCON Prison Ministry?

ISKCON Prison Ministry (IPM) has been tending to the spiritual needs of inmates all over the states for over 30 years.

Volunteers of the ISKCON Prison Ministry daily correspond with hundreds of inmates all over the States and other countries and send them devotional material; Prabhupada's books, Back To Godhead magazines, DVDs, music and lectures CDs, pictures, as well as japa and neck beads. Hundreds of inmates take up the chanting of the Hare Krsna maha-mantra and many become life-long, dedicated devotees of the Lord. Some inmates even take initiation, sometimes while still in prison.

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