Pact is thrilled to be partnering with The Catholic Herald for Lent 2020.

Pact is The Prison Advice and Care Trust, a Catholic charity supporting prisoners, their families and communities in England and Wales. Our operating principles are based on Catholic Social Teaching and we believe that innate dignity should be upheld for all.

Some of our projects and programmes are funded by grants and some are contracts that we operate on behalf of Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS). But everything else is funded entirely by people like you who believe in giving hope to those affected by imprisonment. Every gift, no matter how large or small, represents more than simply money; it represents hope, it represents dignity and it represents a desire for a better and safer future for all of society.

Thank you in advance for your gift and your commitment to Pact. We don't take it for granted and rest assured that we are praying for you, our supporters, just as you are praying for us.

While you're here, take a look around and find out more about all the ways Pact are serving those affected by imprisonment and how you can get involved in this life-changing work. Perhaps you have a little spare time to volunteer with us? Maybe you'd like to take the message of Pact wider into your Parish? Or perhaps you may be considering a legacy or in memoriam donation. Whatever your circumstances and whatever you have to give, we'd love to hear from you.

Email us on [email protected]

Call us on 020 7735 9535