Register Today for our 50th Anniversary Met Gala Jubilee

This milestone event will highlight the importance of reconnecting people with records and returning citizens to systems of upward mobility. The fun-filled evening will also include a cocktail reception, small plates, live entertainment and much more. Your participation is more important to us than ever as we step forward into our next 50 years. Join us in celebrating 50 years of meaningful impact in our community, honoring leaders who champion our cause, and raise funds needed to help connect justice-involved people to support, education, licenses, credentials, and other resources needed to get jobs that turn their lives around.

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Jazz Vocalist & Grammy-nominated Entertainment

Live entertainment from Jazz vocalist, Tammy McCann and Grammy-nominated duo, Kindred The Family Soul!


Safer's New Social Impact Fund Your Investment Matters

Donate $25K or more to our Social Impact Fund and help us initiate Safer Ascend Academy – A Community Training Campus and Second Chance Career Center.

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Featured Keynote Speaker

Dr. Reuben Miller is the author of Halfway Home: Race, Punishment, and the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration, a persuasive and essential book that offers a stunning, and deeply painful reckoning with our nation’s carceral system. As a chaplain at the Cook County Jail in Chicago and as a sociologist studying mass incarceration, he has spent years alongside prisoners, formerly incarcerated people, their families, and their friends to understand the lifelong burden that even a single arrest can entail. What his work reveals is a simple, if overlooked truth: life after incarceration is its own form of prison.

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Sponsorship Packages

Your investment matters more than ever, sponsor our event today. Learn more about our sponsorship levels below.

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Register Now to Receive our Early Bird Discount! Hurry! Discount only available until April 1st!

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