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Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Partners with K-LOVE Radio

Angel Tree logoAngel Tree, a program of Prison Fellowship Ministries, recently announced a special partnership with K-LOVE radio.

During K-LOVE's Fall Pledge Drive, which began October 1, Prison Fellowship will respond to each new $40 per month commitment to K-LOVE by ensuring that one Angel Tree child receives a Christmas gift, the Gospel, and a message of love from their parent who is in prison.

Angel Tree, which plans to reach out to 425,000 children who have a parent behind bars this Christmas, is currently being highlighted on K-LOVE's network of 460 radio outlets across America as well as their social media networks and website, www.klove.com

KLOVE logo"K-LOVE is honored to have a small part in helping make Christmas a little bit brighter for a child and, at the same time, share the love of Christ," commented K-LOVE President/CEO Mike Novak, who also serves on NRB's Board of Directors. "We believe in Angel Tree and pray our listeners will help us support this partnership."

Since 1982, Angel Tree has helped reach more than nine million children by partnering with local churches to provide Christmas gifts and the presentation of the Gospel on behalf of the incarcerated parent. Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree is the only nationwide, year-round effort that specifically reaches out the estimated 2.7 million children in the United States whose parent or parents are incarcerated. 

Published: October 3, 2013

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