Community Involvement

Avenal food sales benefit five community non‑profits

Avenal prison population donated money to community non-profits including a Family Crisis Center. Staff hold a donation check.
Central California Family Crisis Center in Porterville.

Since rehabilitation and re-entry is also about learning to help the community, Avenal State Prison’s incarcerated population gave back in a big way. Through food sales, Avenal prison’s six facilities raised $8,874 for five worthy regional community non-profits.

With food sales from restaurants like Boston Pizza and Kentucky Fried Chicken, the population raised money for:

By Lieutenant James Campbell

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