- Advocacy to community, political, and business leaders to establish trusts and support networks for other kids who are in trouble with the law; to reform the juvenile justice and corrections systems along more effective and humanitarian lines; and to encourage the employment and mentorship of promising young people with felony records.
- Pilot Programs to test, perfect, and document new initiatives for helping young felons make a new start in life. These programs will serve a limited number of young people who will be selected on the basis of need and their receptivity to rehabilitation.
- Information Clearinghouse to disseminate information about rehabilitation and support programs which do and don’t work, especially those which show the greatest promise for helping young felons successfully make the prison-to-freedom transition.
If you know a young person who might benefit from our assistance, please contact us in writing at:
The King Brothers Trust
Lisa Drew-Alton, Co-Trustee
6312 Abigail Lane
Republic, MO 65738