The Humane Prison Hospice Project came to us inspired and in need of help. They have a powerful drive behind their mission;
“When speaking on end of life care, no one should be excluded. Dying with dignity is an essential component of our humanity, and needs to be extended even into the shadows of our society where far too often there are those who will die alone.”
Marvin Mutch, Humane Program Associate, Social Justice Advocate, formerly Incarcerated prison hospice volunteer and BrothersKeeper co-founder. Recently released via The University of Southern California’s Post-Conviction Justice Project after Serving 41 years for a wrongful conviction suffered in 1975.
Together with the Humane Prison Hospice Project, we crafted an elegant and informational single page website that created an awareness about they work that they contribute to the world.
The website for Humane Prison Hospice Program was built using WordPress, the Genesis Framework, and Gravity Forms.