Beyond the Badge, Community Involvement

MCSP Community Resource Manager helps others

Mule Creek State Prison (MCSP) Community Resource Manager donating to Veterans of Foreign Wars post.
MCSP Community Resource Manager and staff donated to the VFW.

During the past year, the Community Resource Manager (CRM) at Mule Creek State Prison (MCSP) is making a difference in the community.

Community Resource Manager Jason Ross and his staff have made a remarkable impact to the surrounding community through donations and support of local businesses.

MCSP has donated over $110,000 to local nonprofit groups and charities thanks to the success of incarcerated food sales.

Supporting community beyond financial donations

The CRM office also facilitates the Bicycle Restoration Program, collaborating with the Ione Police Department to donate restored bikes to local children.

Collaborating with Nexus Youth & Family Services, Ross and MCSP staff pitched in for the annual Backpack-2-School program, donating backpacks and school supplies. Overall, the effort totaled 470 backpacks and enough supplies to fill each one.

Some of the local nonprofits MCSP donates to are:

  • A-PAL Humane Society
  • Job’s Daughters
  • Ione Memorial Post 8254 VFW
  • Operation Care
  • Victory Village.

Through their dedication to supporting local children’s programs, MCSP also donates to:

  • Ione Elementary Science Camp
  • Amador County Little League
  • Amador High School Boosters
  • Argonaut Quarterback Club
  • Argonaut Jr. Mustangs & Cheer squad
  • Cosumnes River Little League
  • Ione 4H
  • Ione Cops and Kids
  • and Motherlode Youth Soccer.

MCSP Community Resource Manager office and Ross look forward to continue fostering a positive working relationship between the community and MCSP.

Submitted by Lt. Beau Campbell, AA/PIO
Mule Creek State Prison

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