Your donations help us provide remerg.com for free to thousands of users. Colorado has 10,400 people on parole, over 70,000 on probation, 3,600 in halfway houses, and thousands of people cycling in and out of county jails. Remerg.com is available for every single one of them. Remerg.com is also a free resource for their friends and family members, as well as case managers, parole and probation offices, detention centers, and nonprofit agencies that work with this population.
If you’d like to donate using a check, please make it payable to Remerg and send to Remerg, PO Box 18463, Denver, CO 80218.
We gladly accept donations through PayPal, but just so you know, they take 3.2% of your donation.
The cost of incarceration for the state of Colorado mirrors a national pattern of unsustainable growth. Part of this cost is driven by the 50 percent rate of recidivism for people released from prison, as well as the high rates of failure for people cycling through county jails and/or on probation.Remerg.com connects people to the information they need to start over. As a trusted private sector entity, we hope to reach users, influence their behaviors, and ultimately reduce recidivism. We’d rather see Colorado spend tax dollars on education, health care, roads, and affordable housing instead of prisons and jails.
We are very thankful for the organizations and individuals who support remerg.com and help us to provide remerg.com to thousands of people in Colorado, connecting them to community resources and fostering successful re-entry.
National Science Foundation
Boulder County Sheriff
The Empowerment Program
Legacy Grace Community Development Corporation
Colorado Council of Churches
Pretty Good Consulting
Chosen to Forgive
The Reentry Initiative
Denver County Crime Prevention and Control Commission
Sheila and Jim Schultz
Mary Ellen Johnson, Pendulum Foundation
Karen Brady, Karen Brady & Associates
Kate and Shannon Kelly
Marilee Baccich Levis and Lenny Levis
Mindy Jarvis, Noble Beast
Charles Norris and Sue Tudor
James (Jim) Flint
Roxanna and Jeff Hart