The CAN-DO Foundation is a 501(c) (3) that operates on a volunteer basis. Not one person working for CAN-DO receives a salary. We are small group of formerly incarcerated people. Most the people in our Guardian Angel program are formerly … Read the rest
CANDO interviewed Ramona Brant less than two months after she was set free. Listen to her share, in detail, the day she learned President Obama granted her clemency.
Everyone at CANDO is devastated to learn of Ramona Brant’s passing that … Read the rest
Fox 11 Christine Divine interviewed Amy Povah and Miquelle West, daughter of Michelle West, a prisoner that the CAN-DO Foundation is assisting in her endeavor to receive clemency from President Obama before he leaves office.
The Emmy Award winning Christine … Read the rest
Watch out 7 minute video of clemency success stories!
CAN-DO wants to thank everyone for all your hard work, support and tenacity in this herculean effort to save people from more years, if not a lifetime of suffering behind bars. … Read the rest
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Name: Quentin C. Adams #30519-044
Children: 4 in toal 1boy and 3 girls
Charges: Conspiracy to distribute cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine base (two counts); distribution of cocaine base; Western District of … Read the rest
We are elated to spotlight Four CAN-DO members who received clemency out of 111 that were given clemency by President Obama on August 8, 2016
For more information about our Five CAN-DO members click on links:
“I served time with Josephine,” said CAN-DO Founder Amy Povah. “This was the best news I’ve received since I heard that Angie Jenkins received clemency. We were all together at FCI Dublin. We spent many hours in the law … Read the rest
One very important asset when seeking clemency is the support of a Congress member or Senator.
If you want to reach out to your congress member and seek their support for someone you know or love who is seeking clemency … Read the rest
Name: James F. Williams, a/k/a “JW”
Race: African American
Marital Status: Married
State you are from: Illinois
State where you were charged: Illinois
Count 1 = 21 U.S.C. Section 841(a)(1) & … Read the rest
Name: Bobby Poke Jr.
Marital Status: Divorced
State you are from: Illinois
State where your were charged: Indiana
Charge:(count 1)distribution of 5 Kilograms or more of cocaine(count 2) … Read the rest
Name: Richard “Rick” Wershe Jr. AKA, “White Boy Rick”
Death of Birth: 7-18-1969
Charge: Possession with Intent to Distribute over 650 grams of cocaine
Sentence: Life without parole, later amended to life with the possibility of parole
Served … Read the rest
Name: Debbie M. Singleton #: 62211-097
Race: white – Mexican/Hawaiian
Grew up in: San Mateo, CA
Children: Four children, Michael, Rodolfo, Antonio, Alejandro
Charge: Conspiracy to distribute 500 or more grams of meth (in VA). Went … Read the rest