Who We Are
PMD was formed to fulfill the our mission/vision statements. In September 2001 it was granted 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. It is governed by a board of directors. It receives moral support from the Delaware Department of Correction and a number of legislators.
We have helped many individuals and families over the years. We also, with help from many, were able to build a chapel at Baylor's Women's Correctional Institute which did not have a suitable place for religious studies.
That Delaware will be the leader in reduced prison populations through faith-based services, breaking down barriers, increasing public(community) awareness, changing the penal institutions, and bringing about shalom/salaam throughout the state.
Prison Ministries of Delaware Inc. ministers to the needs of incarcerated and formally incarcerated men and women in Delaware promoting spiritual growth and reducing recidivism.
Types Of Activity
PMD Inc. provides training and tools that enable the local church to carry out, through their volunteer ministries, the hands-on outreach to "the least of these." It also provides in-prison studies to enable the residents to turn their lives around. Through the Emergency Fund(maintained by donations), Prison Ministries of Delaware Inc. assists inmates with their special needs, ex-offenders with their specific re-entry needs, youth offenders, victims, and their respective families.
All 11 correctional institutions in Delaware.
My Brother's Keeper residential program at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center and Zoe Day Camp at Baylor's Women's Correctional Institute.