Chocolate Cross Day – Apr 30 2020

Chocolate Cross Day – Apr 30 2020

  Justice & Mercy cordially invites you to its annual Chocolate Cross Day the Lancaster County Prison starting @ 07:45 a.m.  Be a part of this exclusive, spiritually transformative event in which a group of 30 committed volunteers share Easter in the form of a Chocolate Cross , an Easter Card explaining Easter including testimonies , and a Christian greeting to every inmate and all staff. 

     We kindly request that every participating volunteer pledge a tax-deductible donation of $200.00/per person to the organization. All fiscal gifts will support Justice & Mercy’s currently case of Angela Diaz, a mother of two, who is charged with 3rd degree murder of a 4-year-old little girl. Justice & Mercy believes that Angela Diaz is a Good Samaritan that is innocent this this charge. We hired a lawyer, and will be hiring, an investigator ,and forensic physicians to assist us with this case. We are asking for $125,000 in donations. This event helps Angela and her children.

     Immediately following the handout at the prison, all volunteers, and additional luncheon only guests are invited to join us for a luncheon and afternoon of programming at the Eden Resort Inn. The luncheon will conclude by 1:30 p.m. Tickets to the luncheon are open to the general public at a cost of $100.00/per person. 

We have an exciting line up of speakers for this event! They include:

  1. PA House Majority Leader: Bryan Cutler: (who will be our featured keynote speaker) 
  2. Chairman of the Lancaster County Prison Board: Joshua Parsons
  3. Lancaster County Prison: Warden Cheryl Steberger
  4. Reentry Services ManagerMatthew Wagner (update on Reentry Program)
  5. Director of Volunteer Services PA Prison Society (PPS):  John Hargreaves

     A variety of sole and corporate sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Justice & Mercy (717) 733-5130 or for more information.  

*As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all contributions made to Justice & Mercy will be honored to the fullest extent of the law.