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Marsha Banks raised eight children as a single mother, overcoming drug addiction and a lengthy prison sentence along the way. Her life was “a miracle for sure”, eventually graduating from three colleges culminating with a Master’s Degree in Human Services. These life experiences led her to found Amiracle4sure, Inc. in 2008.

Today Marsha, her son Timothy (Program Director), and their team at Amiracle4sure, Inc. provide education, mentoring and advocacy for individuals and their children as they successfully transform their lives after incarceration or other negative life experiences. In recent years, the Kline Foundation has provided funds to support Amiracle4sure’s employment training, housing assistance and family reunification work with ex-offenders and the homeless. The Kline Foundation also provided funds to renovate Amiracle4sure’s Kittatinny House, which provides affordable housing for hard to place individuals such as those with limited income or a criminal record.

Through these programs, Amiracle4sure has demonstrated an 80% success rate in helping individuals find housing, employment and stability while avoiding a return to prison. When the cycle of recidivism is broken, individuals can contribute to community, children can be raised by their parents, families can heal, and the costs to society at large are greatly reduced. The Kline Foundation is a vital partner in achieving this tremendous impact.

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