CURE Founders Honored With
Charles and Pauline Sullivan have been named as recipients of America's Award, known as the "Nobel Prize for Goodness."
In 1971, the Sullivans founded Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE), a prison reform organization. Located in Washington, DC since 1985 with state chapters around the country, and operating on a meager yearly budget of $24,000, the Sullivans have been untiring advocates of crime prevention, alternative punishments, work placement, and rehabilitation programs.
America's Awards were founded by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale in 1990 to award unsung heroes who personify the American character and spirit.
[Charles and Pauline Sullivan have participated in the National Drug Strategy Network since 1989. We congratulate them on this well-deserved honor. -- EES
For more information about CURE, write to P.O. Box 2310, Washington, DC 20013.]