Removing Barriers That Obstruct Upward Mobility!

​WHILE WE TAKE FOR GRANTED ELECTRONIC MEDIA THERE ARE MANY SOULS THAT STILL FIND THERE FREEDOM IN BINDED TEXT!

Note: Our Administrators are Approved Volunteer Chaplains for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) & US Board Certified Chaplains-US Chaplains Task Force endorsed by FEMA/Homeland Security

Though in service of all, our Prison Ministry emphasizes strengthening the under-served religious population of Muslims. Example: "As of March 2020, 199 of the 236 federal prison chaplains, or 84%, were Protestant Christian, even though that faith group makes up only 34% of inmates. There were no more than 13 Muslim chaplains in the past six years working at federal prisons — and that number remains today, even though the number of Muslim inmates has grown during that time, to 11,073." https://www.npr.org/2021/07/12/1014823399/muslim-chaplains-federal-prisons-islam-religion-shortage. With Muslims making up only 1% of the US population and mostly living in metropolitan areas, services to Muslim inmate mostly serving sentences in rural areas are hard to reach.



Huma-Faith

A 501 C 3 Public Charitable Organization

Free New and/or Used Books to Prisoners & Institutionalized Persons


For just the cost of postage, we're volunteering our time to sort through donated books and publications of appropriate subjects to send to our incarcerated and/or institutionalized brothers & sisters. Anyone may request books on behalf of any prisoner or institutionalized person and when postage is available, we'll do our very best to favorably respond. Due to our faith-based identity and typical restrictions of institutions, the following subjects and content will not be considered without a legitimate religious, medical, or health basis:

  • Sexuality
  • Anti-Religious
  • Inflammatory Political Rhetoric

A request for publications may be made via this website's contact page or in writing to:


Huma-Faith

Attn: Prison Literature

1617 Park Place Ave., Ste. 110 - Give

Fort Worth, Texas 76110

682-841-0313






Donations of postal stamps, envelops, and packing material are encouraged and welcomed. Monetary donations in these regards are also accepted.Be sure to provide correct address and institutional information of the person(s) being sponsored.