Prisoners Literature Project

Thanks to Grand Junction for its Community Grant!

May 2016  |  Published in Latest News

PH62545LOGOThe PLP would like to thank Grand Junction for its kind Community Fund donation, which will fund over 300 packages to be sent to needy U.S. prisoners.

Grand Junction is a local San Francisco small business that offers a platform for retailers, distributors, and manufacturers have access to the local delivery industry. The company donates 1% of its revenue to the community, and the recipients and amounts are determined by our employees.

The Prisoners Literature Project was one of six recipients chosen to receive a contribution from Grand Junction’s Community Fund for the firm’s latest distribution – & the organization very much appreciates this honor!

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