Events

  • A2J KNOW YOUR RIGHTS WEBINARS – September 2021
    We believe it is important for people engaged with and impacted by the justice system to know their rights. That is why Safer Foundation, in partnership with the Women’s Justice Institute (WJI), is conducting a series of webinars to help people who are incarcerated and people with arrest and conviction records know their rights, knowRead More
  • A2J KNOW YOUR RIGHTS WEBINARS – August 2021
    Safer Foundation’s A2J Community Navigators conduct Know Your Rights Education sessions for people who are incarcerated and those with arrest and conviction records. They also connect people to legal services and reentry services.  Access to Justice (A2J) is an Illinois statewide program that seeks to mitigate the devastating consequences of incarceration and family separation on vulnerable communitiesRead More
  • 31st Annual Golf Outing
    Safer Foundation’s 31st Annual Golf Outing Tuesday, July 27, 2021 | Ruffled Feathers Golf Club – Lemont, IL We are pleased to announce, the Safer Foundation golf outing, our favorite annual fundraising tradition, is taking place this year – with social distancing modifications! We are planning a fun and safe event for you! You’ll enjoyRead More
  • A2J Know Your Rights Webinars – April 2021
    April ACCESS TO JUSTICE CALENDAR Safer Foundation’s A2J Community Navigators conduct Know Your Rights Education sessions for people who are incarcerated and those with arrest and conviction records. They also connect people to legal services and reentry services.  Access to Justice (A2J) is an Illinois statewide program that seeks to mitigate the devastating consequences of incarceration andRead More
  • Roundtable for Justice-Involved Veterans
    Most veterans dream of the day they will come home. So much can change in 6 -18 months. Yet somethings, like grandma’s homemade fudge, the taste of a cold Spotted Cow beer on a hot day, or how a baby smells never changes. How does one go from being a highly trained and motivated soldier to standing in front of a judge?   PartRead More
  • Welcoming Home & Assisting Incarcerated Veterans
    Register for the webinar series via Eventbrite. Sam is an Iraq War veteran who recently came home. He achieved many titles and awards during his time in service but returning back to civilian life was more difficult. Friends and family wondered if something was different. He seemed to experience back pain and spasms nearly everyRead More
  • A2J KNOW YOUR RIGHTS WEBINARS – February
    February ACCESS TO JUSTICE CALENDAR Access to Justice Program (A2J) Description: Safer Foundation’s A2J Community Navigators conduct Know Your Rights Education sessions for people who are incarcerated and those with arrest and conviction records. They also connect people to legal services and reentry services.  Access to Justice (A2J) is an Illinois statewide program that seeks to mitigate theRead More
  • A2J Know Your Rights Webinars – January
    January Access to Justice Calendar Access to Justice Program (A2J) Description: Safer Foundation’s A2J Community Navigators conduct Know Your Rights Education sessions for people who are incarcerated and those with arrest and conviction records. They also connect people to legal services and reentry services.  Access to Justice (A2J) is an Illinois statewide program that seeks to mitigate theRead More
  • Roaring 20’s Gala
    View Our Roaring 20’s Gala Here Our theme this year is “Empowerment Through Connection.” The event will highlight the importance of reconnecting people with records to systems of upward mobility. The event features the following: a Roaring 20’s theme (we encourage participants to get dressed up and post pictures of their outfits to our FacebookRead More
  • 19th Annual CARRE Conference
    Date: October 28, 2020 Time: 9:30 AM to 3 PM Location: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vQ1ZNE62QfmAOfkiHI7t0w Description: For 18 straight years, Safer Foundation has brought together thought leaders from the public, for-profit, and not-for-profit sectors to explore the policies and approaches that address the countless issues facing people with arrest and conviction records. The theme of this year’s conferenceRead More