The Re-Entry project provides comprehensive post-incarceration re-entry services for women and their children, develops community leaders through the Women Organizing for Justice & Opportunity Leadership Lab, and advances ANWOL’s advocacy and communications work to better influence local, state, and national awareness and policies related to women involved in the US criminal justice system.
Fondation CHANEL is providing ANWOL with funding for general operating support plus technical assistance on operations and communications. The Fondation CHANEL support will enable ANWOL to provide post-incarceration reentry services for nearly 200 women and their children.
ANWOL is a grassroots, nonprofit organization founded in 1998. It provides housing and support to formerly incarcerated women for successful community re-entry, family reunification and individual healing. To date, more than 1,000 women and their children have been served.
number of previously-incarcerated women who have been provided holistic reentry services
number of formerly incarcerated women who have been trained in community leadership through community organizing program