We Envision A Society Where People Unite To
Create A More Just And Equitable World.

Our Mission

Our mission is to reduce social inequity, drive systems change and improve the lives of people impacted by the criminal legal system.

What We Do

We’re a national reentry service provider that leverages lived experience, technology, and collaborations to help improve the lives and reentry success of people who are justice-involved.

By providing a centralized community-driven platform, public education campaigns, and various peer-led programs, we continuously engage both pre and post-release individuals with a reentry platform committed to helping them achieve their personal and professional goals.

Our Values​

Giving praise to the One who had given him the opportunity to change, our founder named this organization after the only One who is truly PURE.





A Letter From Our Founder

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

~Margaret Mead

Being abandoned and on my own since the age of 14, I’ve personally known the injustices of poverty, incarceration, and homelessness. Suffering from emotional pains and without guidance and resources I had made poor decisions which reverberated throughout my life for the next twenty-one years.

Instead of helping me overcome my emotional trauma, economic instability, and lack of opportunity, our criminal justice system exacerbated these problems. This deepened the anger and resentment I felt, reaffirming my belief that it was “me against the world”. And it wasn’t until I went through a series of profound spiritual events that I was able to begin seeking a new path. A path that I had discovered, one could not travel alone.

This path of change starts with the individual, it spreads to their inner-circle, and then impacts their community. We have all seen countless people, groups, and organizations wanting to see positive change.  But I believe that in order to have meaningful and sustainable change within our criminal justice system, it must come from all directions, with input from every stakeholder.

We need individual change from within, and public perception change from without.

We need systemic change from the top, and community change from the bottom.

We need a change in actions from the left, and a change in values from the right.

Although I’m constantly reminded of the good that people want to achieve, I continuously witness the struggles and barriers they face. Ineffective communication, limited resources, and a lack of centralization often hinder effective collaboration. Seeing these challenges is what inspired the development of this site. My hope is that people will be able to use this platform to begin working together more effectively, and finally bring about change.


Bobby Jones-Hanley

Our Team

Bobby Jones-Hanley
Kristina “Kris” Sosa
Edwin “Zakee” Hutchison


Linda Connelly
Julio Escobar
John Sterling
Malcolm Gissen
Albert Hu, PhD
Sofia Poni


Sandy Rubuye
Julia Vetromile
Terrance Blake

Join Our Team


We currently have no openings. Please subscribe to our mailing list to learn about other positions as they are posted.


Volunteers are critical to our work. We invite all members of our community to come volunteer with us and share your skills and experience to help us build communities, change narratives, and transform lives. Complete this form to start volunteering today!


We work with various colleges to allow students the opportunity to earn college credits for their community service. Through our paid and unpaid internships, we help college students build their professional experience and network while helping to create a more just and equitable criminal justice system. Contact us today to see if your college participates.