Concordance Academy of Leadership "First Chance" campaign to raise $50 million to expand to 11 new cities to prevent people from going back to prison, cut crime and save governments millions of dollars.
In 2016, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner established a unique partnership with Concordance Academy of Leadership in St. Louis, a non-profit organization providing holistic re-entry services to individuals released from incarceration. Since 2016, Concordance Academy ("Concordance") has provided its quality, integrated services to more than 500 program participants, and in doing so, has proven to reduce recidivism by more than 38%.
March 11, 2020
Concordance Academy is awarded NAP tax credits for its substance use disorder (SUD) program for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Concordance Academy of Leadership, a non-profit that supports individuals as they re-enter society and the workforce after prison, raised $1 million through its 5th annual gala, “Big Top Bizarre,” held at The Ritz-Carlton St. Louis on Saturday, October 19. Through generous event sponsors and nearly 500 engaged attendees, Concordance exceeded its fundraising goals and raised