Correctional Workers Who Care raises money for children

Correctional Workers Who Care organized the Soul Stroll for Health in early August. Photo courtesy city of Sacramento.

Correctional Workers Who Care organized the Soul Stroll for Health in early August. Photo courtesy city of Sacramento.

By Don Chaddock, Inside CDCR editor

Correctional Case Records Analyst Diane Shepherd, founder of Correctional Workers Who Care, reports the recent charity walk in Sacramento was a resounding success.

Dubbed the Soul Stroll for Health, the fundraiser benefits families served by St. John Shelter and the Children’s Receiving Home. Funds also help pay for a Christmas breakfast and toy giveaway at the Sam and Bonnie Pannell Center. The walk was held in early August.

The stroll also supported the County of Sacramento Black Infant Health program, which provides resources and services to improve the health of women and infants.

“We were able to raise approximately $4,800 for the Black Infant Health Program for healthy moms and babies,” she said.

Read the original story, http://www.insidecdcr.ca.gov/2015/06/correctional-workers-who-care-rally-to-help-at-risk-infants/

The Soul Stroll for Health raised $4,800 for children.

The Soul Stroll for Health raised $4,800 for children.

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2 Responses

  1. Bonita Stewart Monday, September 21, 2015 / 8:59 am

    Congrats, Diane Shepherd! Great work.

  2. Lt. M. D. Williams, CCWF Sunday, September 13, 2015 / 8:43 am

    What an awesome cause. Great job, Correctional Workers Who Care! What a great way to show our presence in the communities at large making a difference in our giving. Keep up the great work!

    Lt. M. D. Williams
    Central California Women’s Facility

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