Welcome to Second Chance Foundation
We are a non-profit foundation established to improve the quality of life for inmates in Indonesia.
The Second Chance Foundation invites you to support the empowerment of inmates through suistainable training and mentoring programs.
We provide training and empowerment to Indonesian inmates as an effort to support them reintegrate into society.
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Celebrating International Women's Day, SCF Showcased Dozens of Women's Inmates Crafts at DoubleTree Hotel Jakarta
In commemoration of World Women's Day 2021 on March 8, the Second Chance Foundation (SCF) collaborated with DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jakarta. SCF opened a booth to showcase dozens of creations by female inmates at the Class IIA Women's Prison in Tangerang and the Class IIA Women's Prison in Jakarta.
Collaborate with Tangerang Women Prison, Second Chance Foundation Develop Skills Training For Inmates
Second Chance Foundation (SCF) with the Tangerang Class IIA Women Correctional Institution developing skills training for inmates. SCF representatives present in the opening ceremony event with six other strategic partners, Friday (5/3/2021)
Followed by 146 participants, the Second Chance Foundation Announces 6 Winners of the Short Story Contest
Second Chance Foundation has held a Short Story Contest with the theme “Second Chance in Limited Space, Unlimited Creativity”. Of the 146 participants that consist of inmates and juveniles scattered in 27 Technical Implementation Units (UPT) of the Directorate General of Corrections of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in 14 provinces, there are 6 participants who were announced as winners by three members of the jury at the commemoration of International Human Rights Day, 10 December 2020.
Encourage Inmates` Creativity and Productivity,
Second Chance Foundation Holds a Short Story Contest
The Second Chance Short Story Contest is an alternative solution to fill the gaps in activities that are delayed due to the corona pandemic which has limited the movement of all parties. We encourage WBP and children to remain productive and creative even though they are faced with the corona pandemic.
"The inmates have indeed been proven guilty and are obliged to serve their sentences. However, that does not mean they do not have the desire to change their lifeline by getting a second chance to improve themselves into a better person "
- Evy Amir Syamsudin