Community Involvement

Madera charities receive $13k thanks to Valley State Prison population

Madera County charities received a boost in funding thanks to the efforts of the incarcerated population at Valley State Prison.

On June 8, Warden R. Fisher and Chief Deputy Warden M. McVay donated money to three Madera area charities. All funds were raised through food sales held by the incarcerated population.

Recipients included:

  • Community Action Partnership of Madera County (learn more): $3,500
  • Madera Unified School District, School Culture & Climate Department (learn more): $5,000
  • OLIVE Foundation (learn more): $4,000

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