, A website dedicated to inmates
serving time in U.S. Prisons and in prisons worldwide. Through
this site we hope to attract pen pals that can bring friendship,
love and laughter to lonely prisoners who are locked away
from society. It is a known fact that 90% of prisoners lose
all contact with family, friends and loved ones after 3
years. Prisoners also lose all contact with the outside
world. Inmates often feel loss of independence, character,
dignity, self-worth and self-respect. Pen pals can lift
their spirits in ways we could never imagine with just a
letter or a card. Ever wonder what it's like living in Jail?
A common misconception is that prison is like a resort.
Try this out: For a real taste of prison life, try living
23 hours a day in your bathroom. Remove everything but the
toilet, use the bathtub as a bed, lock the door, and make
yourself comfortable. With all of that in mind, we sincerely
hope that you will write a prisoner. Choose a prison pen
pal from the inmates listed on our site today.
is a website committed to connecting those
behind bars with the outside world.
While it is true that inmates have committed
some type of crime that ultimately placed
them in prison, the truth is that they
are still human beings with feelings.
They feel sadness, remorse, guilt, loneliness,
depression, regret, destitute and hopeless.
It is our sincere hope that you will
find someone here; a lonely soul that
motivates you to click on the Microsoft
Word shortcut on your desktop and write
him or her a letter today. Even a birthday
card would mean the world to them. They
are looking forward to your correspondence.
If you have a friend, relative or know of someone
in prison, feel free to print our application
form and forward it to them by U.S. mail.
If you would like to sign up and pay for a friend
or relative online, e-mail
us and we will send you secure payment information
via PayPal. The cost is $40 per year to
sign up an inmate for this service
and you can pay with any debit or credit card. It does NOT cost you anything to write to an inmate EXCEPT postage.
As a courtesy to you our customers, you
may send your first introductory letter
by e-mail. However, it must contain your
mailing address since inmates do
not have access to a computer and cannot
reply via e-mail. Any e-mail that
does not contain a return address will be
disregarded. Your e-mail should be text
only and cannot contain photos, graphics
"Though they may incarcerate the flesh,
they can't incarcerate the mind."
P.O. Box 83897
Los Angeles, CA 90083
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