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Since 1990, we have helped over 23,000 homeless and formerly incarcerated men rebuild their lives.

The Doe Fund was founded on a simple premise: work works.

The Doe Fund’s mission is to develop and implement cost-effective, holistic programs that meet the needs of a diverse population working to break the cycles of homelessness, addiction, and criminal recidivism. All of our programs and innovative business ventures help homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals achieve permanent self-sufficiency.

MEET THE MEN IN BLUE

Since 1985, The Doe Fund has helped bring more than 23,000 success stories to life. Read some of them below, and view more here.
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Albert B.

“I was locked up so many times, it stopped bothering me. Sometimes I’d wonder if I was more comfortable being on the inside than out in society.” Read his story.

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Terrance C.

Decades behind bars kept him away from his family. After going through our program, he became the father figure they could look up to. Read his story.

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Johnny B.

His first contact with the criminal justice system was at 12 years old. After a decade in and out of prison, he found The Doe Fund. Read his story.

THE DOE FUND AT A GLANCE

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out of 400 Doe Fund employees are graduates of Ready, Willing & Able

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cents of every dollar donated is spent on our programs

250,000,000

dollars earned by the Men in Blue