Supporting Muslim Prisoners


Facilities Supported

The list below consists of a partial list of facilities that we've supported over the years with free religious materials for their incarcerated Muslim populations. There are hundreds of others just like them that we support:

Civil Rights Pro Bono

Mail Correspondence

Link Outside [click to visit website] provides free mail correspondence to all Muslim Prisoners in all states. Mail to: Link Outside. c/o Islamic Institute of Orange County. 1220 N. State College Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92806 USA.

Islamic Courses

Link Outside [click to visit website] provides free Islamic studies mail correspondence to prisoners through the California Islamic University [click to visit website]. It focuses on academic and educational development as well as spiritual and moral education, while preparing one to become an asset to community. If you're interested in enrolling please write to them to request a registration form and Mail to: Link Outside. c/o Islamic Institute of Orange County. 1220 N. State College Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92806 USA.

Muslim Prisoner Project [click to visit website] aims to broaden the scope of access from mere phone calls and possible, if any, far spread-out visits to receiving actual gifts at least two times a year via their Eid Toy Chest program. Muslim Prisoner Project also aims to empower the inmate him/herself through providing quality Islamic literature that they would otherwise not have access to.

Help After Prison

  • Bury Me Muslim [Click to visit website] educates Muslims and non-Muslims (friends and family) on how to properly go through the entire funeral and burial process. Bury Me Muslim also helps fundraise for those who are unable to pay for the services. Call: 301-364-1619
  • Succor Transitional Program (STP) [Click to visit website] is a Muslim owned and run Maryland corporation, located in Baltimore. STP aims to be an organization that is committed “to aid those in a time of need or distress, while improving quality of life.” STP helps those who are homeless, recently released from incarceration, struggling with substance abuse, struggling with life altering medical issues or simply having difficulty transitioning from one stage of life to another. It focuses on helping these indigent populations achieve independence and sustainable housing. STP aims to be a leader in the Baltimore Metro Area creating a safe environment where residents can receive housing, counseling, support, employable skills, money management skills, and necessary life skills to be autonomous.Email: or call: 443-219-7901