Project Safe Surrender is truly a God's send. I have never had an arrest but received 3 summons for my dog. I never knew that I had 3 open warrants, from not paying them. In any event Project Safe Surrender allowed me to take care of the warrants free of charge and gave me peace of mind especially with the Stop & Frisk policy NY has. Please keep up the great work and I will continue to promote Project Safe Surrender to friends, family and my community. :-)
JoanSH said:August 5, 2013 11:20 am PST
Many thanks to the Minister of the St Augustine Episcopal Church,the Episcopalian Church Bishop, the Councilman, the volunteers, the D.A. Hynes, The Judge and the complete staff of the court system who will be working to make this program successful. It is indeed a blessing to the communities who will be touched. Anyone who may need this help should attend and share the benefits derived. With thanks and praises to the Almighty and blessings to all..
monique minter said:March 31, 2013 4:02 pm PST
GREAT JOB AT MT. PISGAH..!!!!!!!!!!!
Cynthia Cusato said:March 30, 2013 8:26 pm PST
I was looking all aver for a project like this for years , there's any chance you could help me with my only two arrest in 13 years pleeease. Thanks so so much
Patti said:July 8, 2012 3:23 pm PST
Words cannot begin to come to me to express for the relief that I received through Project Safe Surrender. I received a summons for being in the park after closing, the park closes at 1am and I was issued the summons at 10:25pm. The sad part about it is that I showed the officers the sign and the response I got was "I would let you go but my SGT. is sitting there watching me so I have to issue you the summons". This bogus summons would have cost me a day's pay since I just started my job and would not have been allowed to take time off with pay at the time of the court appearance. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!
Nelson said:April 7, 2012 8:43 am PST
Do I need my summons ticket 2 clear up my tickets?....or I can just walk in
J. Curry said:April 5, 2012 8:19 am PST
Your work is awesome. I have never had to use your service, but I am so moved to see people caring for others, especially caring for communities where the system tends to just ignore the full potential of said community members. PLEASE inform me of the steps necessary to volunteer and I will MAKE time to participate. Keep up the great work!
To God be the Glory, I am an original volunteer of "Project Safe Surrender", when it was in it's initial stage and now I am preparing for my 4th surrender.What an experience from the DA's office ,Officers,Volunteers and the Court staff who make this program work. May this 4th Surrender be a success!
Charlotte said:April 1, 2012 1:30 pm PST
I have volunteered from the birth of Project Safe Surrender, it's a wonder ful feeling to know that you can make a diifference in someone's life. I have received a lot of positive feed back. In trying to get the word out by asking store merchants to post the signs in there stores, but explaining the Project to them so they may in turn explain it to ones
that frequent their store. In addititon handing out the small flyers.
Some are willing and some are not, but the project will be successful. It grows larger every time. So I thank God for my Pastor for his vision and bring it to light. I know it was and still is hard to get it done, but we the Volunteers are doing eveything in our power to help.
Kudos and God Bless to all the other agencies that part take in this wonderful community event.
setty elmore said:December 3, 2011 9:40 pm PST
My son was able 2 take care 3 tickets he got ...i thank projectsafesurrender is a beatiful thing....
Da Bozo said:November 29, 2011 11:46 am PST
I got caught taking a dump by a parked car about 3 years ago. Went last year to this program and got it dismissed. Great program.
keijo said:November 28, 2011 4:55 am PST
God is great today uin in grace and in that restorate our life in love an din voice of gospele with better marriage and familys life and friendly feel in thenations best,in Jesus name,thanks and bless and win,keijo s weden
Anna Smith,MSW said:November 19, 2011 11:38 am PST
Grace and Peace!
God bless you for standing up against the obstacles that negatively impact the lives and the future of many of our community members.
Can I be of any help to you?
Yours in Christ,
Benee' - Nee' said:November 8, 2011 10:19 pm PST
Ian Lyn said:November 4, 2011 6:54 pm PST
Here is a link of a blogtalk radio show Reverend Jones did about Safe Surrender back in March. This will help your friends understand Safe Surrender better:
Shirley said:August 14, 2011 3:10 am PST
Oh yeah, fbuaolus stuff there you!
Cassandra Alston Townsley said:July 28, 2011 2:21 am PST
I volunteered the first year (along with my husband). I think this is GREAT. Keep up the GREAT work! I look forward to doing more to support.
Yolonda Brisbane said:June 12, 2011 10:36 am PST
Project Safe Surrender truly represented what Good Friday is and what a blessing it was, to work for and be such a blessing to others.
Musette said:June 1, 2011 12:55 pm PST
I want to say to God be the glory for this ministry. My son had a situation that was dismissed. It was a raining drawn out day. It also took several hours to resolve but it was so worth the wait. May God bless Mt. Pisgah and Antioch Baptist Churches for their efforts in rebuilding the community of Brooklyn.
shawneeboo said:April 28, 2011 8:06 pm PST
toomuch going on
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