More – Become an inmate’s Penpal

  • May 22, 2008

Inmate-connection.comAs you probably can imagine from the name of this site, is a website dedicated to inmates serving time in U.

S prisons as well as prisons worldwide. The aim of this site is to attract pen pals that can bring a nice friendship to prisoners who are locked away from society. Most of the prisoners lose all contact with the outside world after 3 years; statistics show that by this time they do not longer have any contact with their family, friends and love ones. In these circumstances it is very easy to experience feelings of loss of independence, character, dignity, self-worth and self-respect. So if you feel like doing a little contribution to these people, you can become their pen pal and help them to lift their spirits in ways that you could never imagine. If you are interested learning more about this, you can visit the website for more information. Keep in mind that you must be 18 years of age and read carefully the site’s disclaimer.

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More – Write To Inmates

  • April 21, 2008

Prisonpenpals.comElectronic mail has made the art of letter writing almost an afterthought in this modern age. Fortunately, for those who want to practice their letter writing craft, there is Prisonpenpals.

com. Having a pen pal can be a great way to communicate with someone and to learn to appreciate their perspectives on life while improving your writing ability. is a site that contains the largest and up to date database on prisoners who are behind bars and wish to write. If you like to write and have never had a pen pay, this site can help you locate and select a prisoner through their vast database. The site contains listings of prisoners who want to correspond via mail from several different countries. Of course, you have to be 18 in order to use the site because of various legal reasons. By using and writing a prisoner, you can help alleviate someone’s sadness and misery while practicing your letter writing.

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