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Message From Percy Pitzer, Founder

January 29, 2017

I have recently seen a number of posts on Facebook from Chef Jeff Henderson. Jeff is a former inmate who served nearly 10 years in federal prison for drugs. I met Jeff about a year ago, when I invited him to speak at an event in Beaumont for our foundation. As a young man, Jeff was living in the fast…

Carmela's Mexican Restaurant Supports CCEF!

January 10, 2017

Jefferson County Courthouse Supports CCEF!

January 9, 2017

Alesha Wells & Genesis Beauty Salon Supports CCEF!

January 5, 2017

Thank you, Alesha Wells and Genesis Beauty Salon, for allowing Creative Corrections Education Foundation an opportunity to gain financial support from your clients! The next time you…

Message from Percy Pitzer/Founder

January 4, 2017

We, at Creative Corrections Education Foundation, are so very proud of what our students are accomplishing in Beaumont, Texas and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Below is another testimonial from one of our Milwaukee students.…

D'Lux Hair Studio Supports CCEF!

January 3, 2017

Creative Corrections Education Foundation thanks D'Lux Hair Studio for RESPONDING to our request to allow donation boxes in local businesses. Thank you, Veronica Jackson (owner, right)…

Taco's La Bamba Supports CCEF!

December 30, 2016

Creative Corrections Education Foundation enthusiastically thanks Taco's La Bamba…

CCEF Welcomes a New Board Member

December 21, 2016

CCEF welcomes Bette M. S. Inch, MSCP, CA, Senior Victim Assistance Advisor for the Department of Defense, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office. She is a subject matter expert on crime victim care in the military jurisdiction and has over 20 years’…

CCEF's Right Path Program Milwaukee

December 16, 2016

Right Path Program - Milwaukee  

CCEF Right Path Program Beaumont Texas

December 6, 2016

Last week, we received a letter from one of our graduating students, expressing appreciation for the assistance Creative Corrections Education Foundation provided to her. She now has a job as a welder and is making a decent living. Along with the letter was a $100.00 donation for the foundation.What…