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An “All That Jazz” Fundraiser of CCEF

May 9, 2019

We can make a difference!! Please register to attend or donate towards this annual event that we will be hosting. How many children we have help you ask? 445 students!! You can mail your contributions to my address: 175 Baywatch Circle, Fayetteville, GA 30215 or make checks payable To Creative Corrections Education Foundation 6545 Calder… View Article

CCEF Has Booth at TDCJ Job Fair!

February 25, 2019

CCEF Raffle Drawing!

February 8, 2019

Johnny McLaughlin is the winner of our raffle drawing held on February 08, 2019. The prize was a Pelican Pro Gear Cooler donated by Ritter Lumber, who is a supporter of Creative Corrections Education Foundation. CCEF will be hosting more raffle drawing in the near future and the funds generated from raffle ticket purchases help… View Article

Who’s ready to sign up for a skilled Trade?

February 7, 2019

All we want is your commitment and we will cover your tuition. If you have ever been in jail, of if you are on parole or probation, if you are a man or a woman, and if you are over 18 years of age and have official identification, you meet the qualification. Classes offered are,… View Article

Message from Percy Pitzer

February 6, 2019

We’ve Got a Lot More Steps to Take in Corrections! With the recent passage of the First Step Act by Congress we finally have some attention being paid to the massive federal prison system, but the step is a small one and much more needs to be done to fix our country’s over reliance on… View Article

Message from Marsha Pitzer

January 31, 2019

Someone once asked me “What’s the difference between Lamar University (LIT) CICE Program ( Center for Innovation and Commercialization) versus our CCEF (Creative Corrections Education Foundation). The answer to that is: One is CICE is open to the general public, versus CCEF main focus is ex offenders returning to the community from incarceration. Second is… View Article

Attention Parents!!!

January 25, 2019

Do you have a son/ daughter whose about to graduate from high school? Or who has graduated? Did they drop out? Have they been in trouble with the law or on probation or parole? Are they 18 years of age or older? Do you want them to brighten their education, look no more? Creative Corrections… View Article

CCEF Success Story

December 19, 2018

This is Miranda Cane Debine and I wanted to share her successful testimonial with you. She was one of our students who graduated from our Construction Site Carpentry certificate class, sponsored by Lamar Port Arthur and ABC (Associated Builders, and Contractors) Creative Corrections Education Foundation is very proud of this young lady. She has come… View Article

Message from Percy Pitzer

November 12, 2018

Creative Corrections Education Foundation has received $172,000 in donations from inmates. These donations have come from 15 states with Arizona and Ohio leading the pack. All money donated by inmates goes toward the children’s education of those incarcerated. Imagine, America has around 2 million people incarcerated and if just half donated $1.00 each month, less… View Article

Donation Support from Community Bank

October 3, 2018

As a retired warden, I believe to many people are being incarcerated. As I see it, the main reason is because our society has depended on the police and prisons to solve our social ill’s rather than communities working together in preventing incarceration. Our foundation, which was created in 2012 provides education benefits to children… View Article

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