Ambassadors For Hope will be the premier advocate on behalf of children of incarcerated parents and their families.
AFH identifies needs and advocates solutions for the children of incarcerated parents by:
The Ambassadors for Hope is a community benefit network of agencies and faith based institutions whose sole purpose is strengthening families impacted by incarceration in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Our Mission is to provide information about resources available to strengthen families impacted by incarceration. As a community benefit organization, comprised of various network participants, we value a positive attitude, listening, advocating, educating, networking, and passion to serve children with a parent in prison.
We are committed to the children, caregivers, families, and communities affected by the issue of a parent being incarcerated.
We are a voice for the 1000 children in Lancaster County who have a parent in prison and often go unnoticed.
We are committed to ending the cycle of crime which affects our community by providing these children, and their caregivers, with the necessary resources to empower communities to be the change they wish to see.
Ambassadors for Hope:
Serving Children with a Parent in Prison
Ambassadors Advisory Council: Robin Boyer, John Churchville, Robert R. Cooper, Dr. Mary Glazier, Mike Hansberry, Eric Kennel, Tara Lowe, Amy Marenick, Ken Marzinko, Tracy Rennecker, Dr. Carrie Smith, Jen Strasenburgh, Mark Unger
We meet the fourth Friday of each month.