Established in 1992 by a former prisoner, Sisters Inside recognise the complex and often traumatic backgrounds that women in prison often come from.
They also recognise that prisons not only fail to address these problems – they often add to them. Without housing, adequate income, accessible health care, and positive family and community life, women and girls are trapped in a vicious cycle with very few choices to improve their lives.
They advocate on behalf of women with governments and within the legal system to try to achieve fairer outcomes for criminalised women, girls and their children.
You can help them assist some of the most vulnerable members of our community by volunteering or donating, as an individual or a corporate sponsor. Contact them today to find out how you can help!