Father's thanked Judge Terrinee Gundy for releasing them for Fathers Day in Atlanta!

​The fathers who could take off work sat in court and waited patiently for 1 hour and 45 minutes just to express appreciation to Judge Gundy for releasing them for Father's Day. They thanked her for allowing them to see their families and participate in the Don't Count Me Out-Kaleidoscope 3-day, 2-night Empowerment/Survival Retreat. ​​Those who couldn't make it wrote her letters of gratitude.

We want a place to live and work for all Thanksgiving Day Bailout participants.

We need your help!

You can sponsor our Survial/Empowerment retreats for those

who experienced jail due to "Quality of Life" charges.

Please donate at your comfort level.

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Call Tony with any questions at  678-262-6844


Thank You Volunteers!

Help us build our communities by releasing parents  jailed for "Quality of Life" charges such as jaywalking  and not having a license present. Those individuals can be home with their families instead of spending tax payers dollars housed in a jail cell.


Whether it's housing, transportation, communication or mental health services, we can give them the personal development they need to stay away from the corrections system.


Through our Kaleidoscope Project, we provide emotional, physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being training (see Kaleidoscope tab). But it begins with our 3-day and 2-night Survival Empowerment Retreat.

We will take donations in the form of materials for the Tiny Homes too! Sign-up below to volunteer or give. Thank you!!!

The Father's Day Bailout was a complete success!


Special thanks to Judge Terrinee Gundy and Executive Director Monique James.


Father's Day Bailout participant and spokesman Julian McFarland thanks Judge Gundy for the release.

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