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Don't Let Freedom scare you from being your best self

 

Leaving the prison system as an ex-con, no matter what your crime may have been, is to be seen as your opportunity to better your life and have the opportunity to get back on the right track.

Unfortunately, for many men and women now re-entering society, the limits placed upon them due to their criminal record drastically affects their ability to find sustainable employment.

 

That is where Fallen Valor is making a change.

 

Since the ’80s, the prison population in Oklahoma has increased by 276%. In 2018 alone, there were over 26,000 people in the Oklahoma prison system and with the trend continuing to rise, the amount of people being released after serving their time, is also increasing.

Many men and women entered the system for the first time due to minor offenses yet upon release…

now find their dreams of lawful employment dashed due to discrimination.

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About Us

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Today, we are proud to say we have been able to help thousands of men and women secure employment after incarceration and we continue to strive to allow everyone to reach for their goals and better their lives one job at a time!

 

Member Testimony

Got a job 1 week after being released from Jess Dunn thanks to Fallen Valor.

Jason Roukat

After trying for months to find a job on my own, after using FallenValor I found a job within 2 days.

Mallory Heald

Had to give them a try and I was highly impressed. Its hard when companies reject you. I almost gave up but my probation officer told me about FallenValor and within a week I had my first job out of prison.

Casey Burgress

After 20 years locked up, Fallen Valor was able too find me a job and within two years I now have employeees under me.

Mathew Butler

FAQ

We at Fallen Valor hope to answer any questions you may have therefore, we have comprised a list of the most common questions to help you discover more information!

 

1. Am I guaranteed to secure a job after using your site?

A. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee job placement due to many factors such as your own personal skill level, employment openings, job location, and more. However, we do try to maintain an up-to-date listing of employers within the State of Oklahoma that have a good record of hiring ex-felons and are geared towards providing a second chance.

 

2. Is there a membership fee for ex-felons to access the business database?

A. We do not charge a membership fee to access our database. We understand that returning to society can be a trying time without having access to excess funds, therefore, we merely ask that you donate as much and whenever possible to help others find their careers as well. If you find employment through our site, please come back and make a difference in another’s life!

 

3. When I donate, where does my donation go?

A. All donations are used to ensure the data base of businesses within the State of Oklahoma is up-to-date and always growing as well as ensuring our digital website is functioning at its top performance ensuring a great user experience.

Businesses come and go every day and it is our goal to ensure we are able to provide the most accurate information possible to provide the best opportunities to those seeking employment after incarceration.

 

4. I am an employer who hires ex-inmates, where do I submit my information?

A. Please contact us directly at Daniel@FallenValor.org so that we may add you to our database and you too can begin making a difference in someone’s life!

 

5. Is the business database only for the State of Oklahoma?

A. Currently, we are only providing an employer list for the State of Oklahoma but hope to expand as our membership and donations increase so that we are able to help more ex-felons find a fresh start at life.

 

6. Are you a non-profit organization?

A. As of right now we are not a registered non-profit due to financial restrictions, however, as our organization grows it is our goal to apply for non-profit status in the State of Oklahoma.