There are many obstacles that individuals face upon release from prison. Life in prison may be a lot of things, but one thing it is not, is fast paced. But that changes quickly once they are "outside the wire". Back in society, life suddenly gets very fast. There are parole meetings, treatment, and aftercare meetings to attend. Along with these things there is the need to get to the grocery store, job interviews, doctor apartments, jobs, church activities, and various other responsibilities.
Getting to all these events can be a little overwhelming, especially when your transportation is by foot, bike, bus, or depending on others. Personal reliable transportation greatly decreases stress and allows individuals a chance for a better job and a quality of life that greatly reduces their desire to go back to old habits.
No credit, bad credit, low income, and the availability of value priced reliable vehicles add to the obstacles that keep individuals from becoming more independent productive citizens.
To come alongside these individuals, Kingdom Boundaries Prison Aftercare is asking for older reliable vehicles that can be donated to KBPA. KBPA will then sell these vehicles to responsible, working individuals below retail value. The blessings are:
We need each other to get where God
wants us to go.