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Hope Prison Ministries, Inc., is currently recognized as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service code.

CLICK HERE for the IRS determination letter.

CLICK HERE for our Texas Sales & Use Tax Exemption Certification.

In 2013, the ministry saw a significant increase in gifts from individuals largely due to the expansion of its aftercare ministry to men being released from Tarrant County Jail.

(pending submission) CLICK HERE (pending submission) to download its 2014 990-EZ form.

In 2012, the ministry sustained its in-prison and aftercare ministries.

CLICK HERE to download its 2013 990-EZ form.

Early In 2010, less than a year old, Hope Prison Ministries was awarded two grants from local foundations.  The first two have requested to remain anonymous and were given with the stipulation that they be administered by another ministry that had been established for a longer period of time.

At the end of 2010, Hope Prison Ministries was directly awarded a significant grant from the Sid W. Richardson Foundation for the first phase of the research and writing of its curriculum for use in prisons nationwide.  The board of Hope Prison Ministries would like to extend its thanks to these local foundations for the confidence they placed in the leadership, mission and goals of Hope Prison Ministries.  You may be assured of the same.

By God's grace, because of the generous giving of our supporters and these foundations, Hope Prison Ministries filed its first full return in 2011.  The return was filed in April and is posted below for your review.

CLICK HERE to download its 2011 990-EZ form.

Hope Prison Ministries received its IRS determination letter on July 24, 2009.  In 2009, the ministry's total receipts were less than $25,000 and the ministry was only required to file a 990-N, electronic postcard with the IRS.

CLICK HERE to download its 990-N receipt from the IRS.

The finances of the ministry are reviewed monthly by Shirley Tafoya, its volunteer treasurer, and quarterly by Ken McCarty, CFO of Barbnet Investments (the Bass family hedge fund).  The McCarty family has regularly supported the ministry since its inception.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the five-year plan of Hope Prison Ministries to reduce recidivism.

CLICK HERE to learn more about ReGen: The Curriculum for Christ-Centered Living, HPM's curriculum for faith-based dorms.

Will you consider supporting Hope Prison Ministries as your mission agency to the prisons?  CLICK HERE to Give HOPE!

 
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