Staff members at institutions in Corcoran, Wasco and Norco opened their hearts to assist those in need.
From helping injured county correctional officers and military personnel to serving grub and offering trick-or-treaters some sweet treats, CDCR staff filled the need for good deeds up and down the Golden State.
All across the state, CDCR employees were busy helping others. From schools to domestic violence shelters, state prison workers were there to lend a hand. The community responded in kind, through words and deeds, even delivering water to our thirsty fire crews.
CDCR employees do much for the communities in which they live and work. Inmates also pitch in to help. From inmates training puppies to custody staff waiting tables, good-hearted acts abound across the state.
After CCWF participated in a coat drive for a local school for at-risk youth, the prison’s leadership decided they could do more to help the students.
Across the state, CDCR staff not only works to protect the public from those who are sentenced by the courts, but they also take the time to do good works in their communities. Benefiting from the generosity of CDCR staff were schools, hospitals, community parks and a college-bound student.