Prison Fellowship ranked 6th-best nonprofit to work for in US by business newspaper

By The Christian Post

Prison Fellowship field director Roy Yamamoto | (Photo: Prison Fellowship)

The evangelical Christian ministry Prison Fellowship has been named the sixth-best nonprofit to work for in the United States, according to a new report from a leading business publication for nonprofit management. 

The NonProfit Times, a publication based in Morris Plains, New Jersey, released its list of the 50 best nonprofits workplaces in a Monday report.

Prison Fellowship, which had a reported 243 employees, ranked sixth on the list, while The Lord's Place, Inc., a Florida-based homeless ministry, ranked at No. 5. 

Ahead of them are, from fourth to first: Cure 4 The Kids Foundation, the National Institute of Aerospace, the Promise Resource Network and The United States Tennis Association Mid-Atlantic Section.

Source:The Christian Post