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Dear FedCURE Members and Friends:

The Board of Directors, would like to extend an invitation to each of you to join us in our efforts to reform the federal prison system in the United States. Federal CURE, Incorporated (FedCURE) is a nonprofit organization that deals solely with the issues faced by federal inmates and their loved ones. We are working to reinstate parole; to increase good time allowances; and to restore PELL grants for all federal offenders. We promote a system that incarcerates fewer people and provides humane conditions for those who are incarcerated or under post-incarceration supervision via parole or supervised release.

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There are four things you can do to help us accomplish systemic change in the federal criminal justice system: (1) FedCURE needs to be kept abreast of issues you are confronting while you or a loved one is incarcerated in the BOP; (2) FedCURE needs members who are innovative advocates in order to facilitate changes in the federal prison system; (3) FedCURE needs you to become actively involved in the fight to accomplish the reforms needed in the federal prison system, and; (4) FedCURE needs your support through membership and tax deductible donations so we can keep fighting to secure the rights of all federal inmates.

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