What You Can Do Now to Help Jail Brakers
To give ya a bit more information about the people that use our Jail Brakers services:
Youth are the most vulnerable and often experience a sense of poor family identity due to their family's association with jail or prison.
They face significant barriers to reconnecting with their families, communities, and schools.
They may be at risk of involvement in the juvenile system, creating an inter-generational cycle of crime.
Share our information with your friends and family: make a contribution of time, skills or financial support to us. Encourage those in need of support to connect with us. Please contact Cheryl Niemo at (224) 422-7431 or email: email@example.com. Also you can go to our facebook page
New Volunteer Call-Out:
We need your help to continue our programs and have special areas to choose.
If you have a little extra time and propensity for fun and helping others, we have a place for you.
A few examples of volunteer opportunities:
- Gardens of Eatin'
- Youth group activities
- Caregiver activities
- Family activities
- Event planning
- Outreach - Sharing info and broadening community support base, especially Faith Community
- Grant-Writing help
Special Thanks to All Our Volunteers! A message from one of our Advisory Board Members volunteers, Dan LarsenMy request to whoever is reading this newsletter is to get acquainted with Cheryl, ask how you can help her, and allow yourself to receive a bit of that inspiration yourself.Dan Larsen, President, Principled Minds Jessica Kopitke has joined us as the new Treasurer. Dennis Kyrouac is a new member of our Advisory Board. Cheryl Niemo, Executive Director; John Nelson, President; Laura Rosinski, Vice President; Jane Kerley, Secretary; Jessica Kopitke, Treasurer; and Board Members: Ellen Prendergast, Melissa Rosinski, and Katie Kerley Advisory Board Members: Dan Larsen, Dennis Kyrouac, and Harold Rail