Volunteer Testimonials

We offer a mentor program for the women who graduate from Sisters Returning Home in order to provide guidance and support during their early stages of re-entry into society. Mentors provide constructive feedback and create a vision of change for their mentees. Mentors are expected to meet the following commitments: 


  • Weekly meetings the first month upon release
  • Weekly or bi-weekly meetings for the next five months
  • Maintain contact by telephone 2-3 days of the week in-between mentoring sessions

To become a mentor, fill out the interest form to the right of the page.

Internships

Volunteers

Sisters Returning Home offers many ways for you to get involved and help out. 

Check out some of our volunteer, internship and mentor opportunities then contact us to find out more and express your interest. Don't have a lot of time but still want to help? There are plenty of other ways to donate. 

We partner with the following universities and colleges to provide internship and volunteer opportunities:


  • Villanova University
  • La Salle University
  • Chestnut Hill College

Want to get involved?

"My time as an intern with Sisters Returning Home has exposed me to the injustices of the prison-industrial complex and the insurmountable odds that returning citizens are faced with in their journey to return home and become productive members of society."  

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Mentorship Program

Contact us to find out more! 

Interested In Making A Difference? 

We are seeking volunteers with experience in the following fields:


  • Computer Skills
  • Retired Educators
  • Criminal Justice Background
  • Grant Writing
  • Clinical Behavior Knowledge
  • Administrative skills
  • Job Developer

"Sisters Returning Home has challenged me to gain a better perspective on social justice issues that I had never really thought about previously. Through my service on site, I have witnessed only a few of the struggles that unfairly face women as they assimilate back into society after incarceration. SRH is one of the most eye-opening volunteer activities that I have participated in."

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